PBS' "Frontline" recently brought together a group of international experts in conflict reporting to talk about new challenges and needs in the field. The network also recorded the event, and has just made available online polished videos of lively conversations between journalists and advocates from Current TV, the New York Times, the Committee, Protect Journalists and others. More »
For journalists sorting fact from myth as they cover the story of 2009 H1N1, there's now a one-stop resource for you online. "Covering Pandemic Flu" provides resources written by journalists for journalists ... More »
Was there a Twitter revolution in Iran? To Iason Athanasiadis, an independent journalist whose detention there sparked a global uproar that culminated in his release, the answer comes quickly: No. More »
The last weeks have seen a number of journalists who have participated in Dart Center programs winning awards for their reporting and publishing stories on issues of trauma and journalism. If there are any we missed, please add them in the comments. More »
A string of seismic events has made for a week of deadly disasters in the Asia-Pacific region. On Sept. 26, Typhoon Ketsana hit the Phillipines, leaving hundreds dead and flooding 80 percent of Manila. On Sept. 29, an earthquake and ensuing tsunamis rocked the Samoas, killing at least 150. The Indonesian island of Sumatra was hit by an earthquake the next day, and then by a second less-severe earthquake the day after. More »
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