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February 07, 2004

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» Interesting email from Iraq from Solomonia
At Rantingprofs. Lots of angles to this. Check it out. (Via Roger L. Simon)... [Read More]

» A Lieutenant's Story from Mythusmage Opines
If You Ever Need Evidence... That journalists as a group are a bunch of callous, uncaring, elitist swine, you'll get a first hand look at how they work in this man's story. As you read remember that he's talking about... [Read More]

» An Iraqi said it? Must be true from The Smoking Room
An Army lieutenant in Baghdad, having taken on the role of public affairs officer, writes a letter to a blogger... [Read More]

» An email from Iraq from Opinions Galore
Trust the media and eyewitness accounts of local Iraqis only to the extent that you can throw them Another must... [Read More]

» Media in Iraq, from the Perspective of a Soldier from Swanky Conservative
Rantingprofs posts a report from a public affairs officer in the US Army serving in Iraq. Read this and think about it the next time you see a story on the news about Iraq.... [Read More]

» Lieutenant's Notes from AMCGLTD
Both Instapundit and Iraq Now linked up this detailed e-mail recording the observations of the media from a Lieutenant... [Read More]

» A soldier's perspective on media in Iraq from Freedom of Thought
Ran across a blog I hadn't read before, Rantingprofs. One of the entries is a letter from a soldier stationed over in Iraq. The soldier gives a very interesting perspective of how many soldiers view the media and their reporting... [Read More]

» News Media in Iraq from Move Along
Read the letter, and if you think Iraq coverage is accurate, have your eyes opened. [Read More]

» Not-Quite Reality TV from VodkaPundit
Via Roger Simon, comes one American lieutenant tale of why the Army can't trust the media.... [Read More]

» The role of the war for the media... from QandO
RantingProfs posts an interesting email from a Public Affairs Officer in Baghdad, who comments on distortions created, and passed on, by the media. This bit, in partiicular, caught my attention.... The Fox News crew laid out what qualified as "newswort... [Read More]

» Dissecting the War News from Lying Media Bastards
Two really insightful pieces about the news media and war. Now They Tell Us- after David Kay's testimony that there [Read More]

» The Old Media: A Different Perspective from The Laughing Wolf
With a hat tip to Cardinal Puppilieu, the following is a great read for anyone in the media or the military. It lays out a lot of problems, some of which I hope to address soon (and some previously addressed... [Read More]

» Media Schmedia from GyroBlog
Media. What can I say? They are the organizations we trust to report the truth on the events around the world. We expect them to report the facts, and only the facts, and to preface commentary with assertions that it... [Read More]

» Media Schmedia from GyroBlog
Media. What can I say? They are the organizations we trust to report the truth on the events around the world. We expect them to report the facts, and only the facts, and to preface commentary with assertions that it... [Read More]

» Iraqi Cultural Differences from Les Jones Blog
Via Roger L. Simon I found this link to Rantingprofs, which published a letter from a U.S. Lieutenant in Baghdad. It's mostly about relations between the miltary and the media, but one section is especially fascinating. When taking the word... [Read More]

» Iraqi Cultural Differences from Les Jones Blog
Via Roger L. Simon I found this link to Rantingprofs, which published a letter from a U.S. Lieutenant in Baghdad. It's mostly about relations between the miltary and the media, but one section is especially fascinating. When taking the word... [Read More]

» Opinions from Iraq... from Chris Hammond's Blog
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» MEDIA from trying to grok
We citizens have to start thinking of news reporting as being about as reliable as advertising. Thus ends Den Beste's new post on the media. The other day a new student came into my office to ask about our... [Read More]