Internet Coverage of the War in Iraq

It's been called the first digital war, and not just because of the weapons. From bloggers to hackers to news sites, the Internet broke new ground covering the war in Iraq. Host Neal Conan and guests discuss online coverage of the war in Iraq.


Lee Rainie
*Director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project

Sree Sreenivasan
*Columbia University journalism professor who specializes in digital journalism

Gordon Borrell
*President/CEO of Borrell & Associates, a research and consulting firm in the field of local online media

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