An eye-opening look at how the top media covers world news. Explores the pack mentality that drives reporters and how it distorts what we know about global news, economics, wars, human rights and more. Vividly illustrated with incisive anecdotes, it argues that while individual reporting is at its peak, the system is less reliable than ever. Analyzes coverage of recent hot spots such as Iran, Somalia and Eastern Europe. Features interviews with media stars.
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Table of Contents
Who Stole the News?
West Malaria Revisited.
Know Your Dirty Bird.
The Boys on the Boeing.
Getting the Story and Getting It Out.
Censorship and Other Assorted Pressures.
Television: Real Time.
Radio: Drive Time.
Beltway Blindness: The Washington Filter.
How Others See It.
Wars and Mayhem.
Human Rights Reporting.
Whatever Happened to Development Journalism?
Getting Back the News.