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Feature: Media Coverage of Iraqi Conflict

By Elizabeth Christensen

Syracuse, NY – Much has changed since the first Gulf War.

In the early 90's, very few people had internet access, there was no Al Jazeera, and there was only one 24 hour cable news network.

WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen spoke with media critic Joan Deppa from Syracuse University's Newhous School of Public Communications about the trends and how this war is forever changing coverage of armed conflict.