Covering War

War presents news organizations with difficult decisions. How do you report casualties? How much do you trust government sources? And what are the limits of embedded reporters? Join host Neal Conan as we talk to editors from print and television, and NPR's vice president for news.


Andrew Rosenthal
*Assistant managing editor for The New York Times

Marcy McGinnis
*CBS senior vice president for news

Bruce Drake
*NPR vice president for news

William Serrin
*Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication at New York University

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