Moderator: Dan Rather, managing editor for "Dan Rather Reports." Panelists: Rajiv Chandrasekaran, senior correspondent and associate editor of The Washington Post. Terry Anderson, faculty member of University of Kentucky Journalism School and former chief Middle East correspondent for The Associated Press. María Teresa Ronderos, editorial advisor to the Revista Semana, president of the Foundation for Freedom of the Press and teacher at the Foundation for New Iberoamerican Journalism. Michael Kamber, award-winning photojournalist who is currently with The New York Times Baghdad Bureau. From Central America to Afghanistan, CPJ has stood side by side with journalists covering conflict. But how have the risks changed? In El Salvador, journalists assumed that visibility increased safety and drove across the frontline in cars marked "Press." Security consultants were unknown. In Iraq and Afghanistan, journalists have adopted various strategies, keeping a low profile, sometimes traveling with armed guards sometimes without, but always assuming that they are a potential target. How does the way journalists operate in conflict zones affect the ways wars are covered?moreless
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