Paris Panel: The Human Cost of News Gathering
The statistics of journalists who are killed, kidnapped and targeted for murder continues to climb but the numbers are only part of the story. How does this phenomenon affect news organizations that send journalists into conflict zones and how does the reporter respond to places of escalating conflict? These are the questions to be discussed by a panel organized by the Overseas Press Club of America at the American University of Paris on Nov. 12.
Event Name: Paris Panel: The Human Cost of News Gathering
Event Date and Time: 12 November 2013 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Event Location: The American University
Event City: Paris
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Photo caption: A light burns next to two cameras posed symbolically during a memorial service for slain photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros in Benghazi on April 21, 2011. Fellow media workers, diplomats, local rebel officials and relief workers paid homage to the pair who were killed by a mortar strike in the besieged west Libyan city of Misrata on April 20, 2011. (Photo by Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images)