Iraq’s New Journalism

Friday, October 20, 2006

Transcript

Embedded reporters are fleeing the barracks in Iraq, leaving the burden of telling the story to the brave few un-embedded. But whereas Western reporters could once travel freely, they now rely on their Iraqi “fixers” to bring the reporting to them. Brooke tells the story of three of those fixers, pulled into journalism by a trick of fate.

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