Reporters get detailed rules for war coverage

Halonen, Doug
February 2003
Electronic Media;2/24/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p6
Reports on a set of rules for journalists on collection and reporting of the news while traveling with the U.S. armed forces. Regulations on reporting intelligence information; Need to seek permission prior to the use of camera lights at night; Restriction on photography showing security measures at military camps.


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