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Frontline: Reporting from the World's Deadliest Places

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The larger-than-life story of Frontline TV News, a cooperative of independent journalists responsible for some of the most memorable news images of the 1990s"" ""If you are in a battle and you are filming, your adrenalin rises to a very high level. You can get hooked on that. . . . You have to get in and get your pictures out. It's a wonderful challenge."" Remember turning ...more
ebook, 458 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Summersdale Publishers (first published January 2005)
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Hilmi Isa
Buku ini menceritakan mengenai sejarah penubuhan Frontline News Television . Walaupun demikian,badan penyiaran ini yang bermula pada tahun 1989 telah ditamatkan perkhidmatannya pada tahun 2003. Perkara demikian berlaku kerana beban kewangan dan suasana/operasi kewartawanan yang semakin tidak memihak kepada individu/kumpulan wartawan bebas,terutamanya apabila melakukan liputan di kawasan-kawasan konflik bersenjata di serata dunia.

Secara asasnya,selain membincangkan sejarah (dari penubuhan sehing
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Saba Eitizaz
What a rollicking adventure and a sad commentary on the decline of good journalism. Reminds me why I became a journalist in the first place and makes me regret that I wasn't old enough a few decades ago, to be a part of this golden age.
Gillian
A really gripping story or really an interwoven collection of gripping stories about journalism on the battlefield. If you aren't someone who has thought about the role media play in our society, this book will get you thinking. Is any story worth the life of the people delivering it to you?
Julian U
An illuminating and gripping read for anyone interested in journalism. In war, it's usually the stories of soldiers and civilians that get told. But this book provides a glimpse into the world of the storytellers themselves.
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