戰地記者的新聞角度 /Through the lens of a war correspondent
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How does a journalist pick a story in the war zone? How do the global consumers impact that decision.
How is a story actually put together? Who gets to decide what information to keep? What happens when the American Pentagon may have an objection to the story?
What kind of toll does covering a war zone take on a reporter?
Information and image sources:
- Chris Tomlinson personal archive
About the Speaker/講者
Chris Tomlinson is the author of two New York Times bestsellers and a columnist for the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News.
From 2001-2009, he was a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press and served as the East Africa bureau chief in Nairobi, Kenya. Tomlinson has reported from more than 30 countries, including Rwanda, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Congo.
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