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WASHINGTON WEEK

Remembering 9/11: As Reporters

  • Aired: 09/08/2011
  • 03:06
  • Rating: NR
September 11 changed the world and it changed journalism. As the United States went to war in Afghanistan and Iraq, there were challenges facing the news media. It brought about a new generation of war correspondents and journalists were criticized for not investigating the motives of government. Our Washington Week panelists examine the huge impact 9/11 had on the news media.
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Washington Week panelists reflect on how 9/11 changed journalism.
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