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Pentagon Touts TV Feed as 'Unfiltered Resource' on Iraq

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Pentagon Touts TV Feed as 'Unfiltered Resource' on Iraq

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Pentagon Touts TV Feed as 'Unfiltered Resource' on Iraq

Pentagon Touts TV Feed as 'Unfiltered Resource' on Iraq

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The Pentagon is making a television feed of briefings from the Iraq Coalition Provisional Authority directly available to media and government agencies — programming it calls "an unfiltered resource" for providing "the full news story" to news outlets. So far, however, only C-Span has agreed to pay for the coverage. NPR's Lynn Neary reports.

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