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Coverage of war online
The war coverage by old and new media is generating a debate in its own right.
Journalists Telling it as it is?
Poynter.org's guide to which images of war should be shown and how they should be handled.
War: A Defining Moment for Net News
"Eventually...television starts to loop back on itself and repeats the narrative over and over again. I think that's where the Web gains a huge advantage. The best sites can move quickly to develop a story in multiple directions, add depth and detail, and give readers their own pathways to explore."
Where is Raed?
One of the most popular war-related weblogs is a diary written from Baghdad under the pseudonym Salam Pax, who says he is a 28-year-old Iraqi architectural engineer educated in Austria. The author describes the devastation in his city and is often more compelling than pictures.
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