The Future Impact Of Crime Reporting The impact of reporting death and destruction on journalists can be extreme, but is there any other way to get the news out? For insight, Tony Cox speaks with Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, and Jane Stevens, co-director of the Violence Reporting Project at the Berkeley Media Studies Group.
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The Future Impact Of Crime Reporting

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The Future Impact Of Crime Reporting

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The Future Impact Of Crime Reporting

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The impact of reporting death and destruction on journalists can be extreme, but is there any other way to get the news out?

For insight, Tony Cox speaks with Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, and Jane Stevens, co-director of the Violence Reporting Project at the Berkeley Media Studies Group.