TV News in a Postmodern World: Beyond Portal Websites
The first time I ever heard the word "portal" was in the early Star Trek episode.
by Terry Heaton
Open Letter to Devil Dogs of the 3.1
Since the shooting in the Fallujah mosque, I've been haunted that I have not been able to tell you directly what I saw or explain the process by which the world came to see it as well.
by Kevin Sites
Journalism Ethics in Wartime
Kevin Sites had no intention of igniting an international firestorm when he videotaped a U. S. Marine shooting a wounded Iraqi in a Fallujah mosque last month. But that is precisely what his release of these incendiary images has done.
by Karen Slattery and Erik Ugland
Caught in the Act
Caught in the act - usually a fearsome happening for most people - is, for a journalist, something we live for, if the result reveals the unexpected, and makes news.
by Ron Steinman