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Reporting America at war

The first episode begins in 1898 with the Spanish-American War and, after flashing backward to trace the Civil War-era roots of American war reporting, goes on to explore the role of political commitment in war coverage during the first half of the 20th century. Through the experiences of Martha Gellhorn, Ernie Pyle, Andy Rooney, Walter Cronkite and others, the film examines the ways in which a belief in the rightness of the cause led to an emphasis on the noble and heroic aspects of battle, and to an unprecedented level of cooperation between the military and the press.

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  • "Which side are you on?"
  • "Which side are you on?"@en
  • "Romance of war"@en
  • "Romance of war"

http://schema.org/description

  • "The first episode begins in 1898 with the Spanish-American War and, after flashing backward to trace the Civil War-era roots of American war reporting, goes on to explore the role of political commitment in war coverage during the first half of the 20th century. Through the experiences of Martha Gellhorn, Ernie Pyle, Andy Rooney, Walter Cronkite and others, the film examines the ways in which a belief in the rightness of the cause led to an emphasis on the noble and heroic aspects of battle, and to an unprecedented level of cooperation between the military and the press."@en
  • ""Explores the role of American journalists in the pivotal conflicts of the 20th century--and beyond"--Container."@en
  • "The second episode charts the erosion of the consensus between military and press during the Cold War conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, and examines the backlash against the media that took place in the more recent conflicts in Grenada, Panama and the Persian Gulf. The episode also explores the role of technology in shaping the current relationship between the military and the press."@en
  • "The second episode charts the erosion of the consensus between military and press during the Cold War conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, and examines the backlash against the media that took place in the more recent conflicts in Grenada, Panama and the Persian Gulf. The episode also explores the role of technology in shaping the current relationship between the military and the press."
  • "The first episode begins in 1898 with the Spanish-American War and, after flashing backward to trace the Civil War-era roots of American war reporting, goes on to explore the role of political commitment in war coverage during the first half of the 20th century. Through the experiences of Martha Gellhorn, Ernie Pyle, Andy Rooney, Walter Cronkite and others, the film examines the ways in which a belief in the rightness of the cause led to an emphasis on the noble and heroic aspects of battle, and to an unprecedented level of cooperation between the military and the press."
  • "Explores the role of American journalists in the pivotal conflicts of the 20th century--and beyond."@en
  • "Explores the role of American journalists in the pivotal conflicts of the 20th century--and beyond."

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  • "Feature films"@en
  • "War (Nonfiction)"
  • "War (Nonfiction)"@en
  • "Video recordings"@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired"@en
  • "Documentary films"@en
  • "Documentary"
  • "Documentary"@en
  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Documentary television programs"
  • "Biography"@en
  • "Interviews"@en
  • "Interviews"
  • "History"@en
  • "History"
  • "War television programs"@en
  • "War television programs"
  • "Television programs"@en
  • "Television programs"

http://schema.org/name

  • "Reporting America at war"
  • "Reporting America at war"@en
  • "Reporting America at war a film"@en
  • "Reporting America at war a film. Part 1, The romance of war"
  • "Reporting America at war a film. Part 1, The romance of war"@en
  • "Reporting America at war a film. Part 2, Which side are you on?"@en
  • "Reporting America at war a film. Part 2, Which side are you on?"