Journalists and War Conference
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The Conference was held February
16-17 at USF St. Petersburg
Joel Rosenthal and Judith Lichtenberg join moderator Hugh LaFollette in this discussion of how journalists make difficult decisions about what to report and how to do so in light of conflicting allegiances to their profession and country.
Martin Bell and Philip Seib join moderator Jay Black in a discussion about how journalists can fulfill their duty to inform the public and also serve the interests of justice in war.
Barbara Crossette and Albert Pierce join moderator Thomas Smith in a discussion about where the government's interests and journalism's interests clash and where they don't.
Corey Flintoff and moderator Tony Silvia consider the challenges of reporting in a place where deciding what's right or wrong can mean life or death. Podcast begins a few minutes into Corey Flintoff's remarks.
Bryan Whitman and Norman Solomon with moderator Bob Steele examine how militaries, governments and violent-action groups use and serve the media. Round table discussion follows.