Some say America’s news media is presenting a somewhat sanitized view of the war in Iraq. We’ll talk about the challenges of getting and editing war zone photography.


  • Sean Aday Assistant professor, Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University
  • Steve Stroud Deputy director of photography, Los Angeles Times
  • Dean Hoffmeyer Staff photographer, Richmond Times Dispatch, was embedded with the 276 Engineer Battalion, Virginia National Guard Unit, in Mosul, Iraq
  • Jim MacMillan Staff photographer, Philadelphia News, was a member of the AP photography staff in Iraq, winners of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography


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