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Current ConflictsTom Lansner/Columbia InteractiveThis interactive map allows viewers to survey the entire globe to see just how much of the world is at war.The map is accompanied by text which explains the factors determining how much attention conflicts receive from Western war correspondents.
Embedded AdvertisingJohn Pavlik/Columbia InteractiveIn this video excerpt from his e-seminar Journalism in the Digital Age, Professor John Pavlik demonstrates how embedded adverstising works. Digital broadcasting allows for interactive video with "clickable" advertising and transactional services. These are now used in entertainment only, but infiltration of news by advertising has occurred in the past. In the seminar, Pavlik asks whether the financial pressures on journalism will erode editorial independence as use of such technologies spreads.
First War CorrespondentsTom Lansner/Columbia InteractiveThis audio slideshow describes the earliest days of war correspondence, beginning in the 1840s when British newspapers sent journalists to report on the Crimean War.
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The Pulitzer PrizesGraduate School of JournalismLearn about the history of the Pulitzer Prize, the United States' most prestigious award for journalistic excellence. Read about the history of the prize, find listings of winners 1917–present, and access full-text articles from 1995 on.
The Rohde to Srebrenica: A Case Study of Human Rights ReportingElements of International Reporting, School of Journalism/CCNMTLThe School of Journalism presents a fascinating, sobering look at Bosnian-Serb war crimes in 1995 and the perils faced by war reporters. This site follows the journey of Christian Science Monitor reporter, David Rohde, as he investigates a spy-plane photo of possible mass graves in the town of Srebrenica. Not only did he uncover compelling evidence of Europe's worst massacre since the Holocaust, but he established that Serbian President Slobodan Milosovic and Dutch peacekeeping troops knew about it. The site provides a war chronology, video clips from Rohde and his editor, and articles on related issues, such as journalistic ethics.
Video Titles and EffectsMichael Rubin/Columbia InteractiveThis photo essay demonstrates how titles and effects can enhance your digital video projects. It is taken from the e-seminar Digital Video: An Introduction, with Michael Rubin.
World War II PostersTom Lansner/Columbia InteractiveThese posters from the Second World War demonstrate the government's concern over secrecy during wartime, a tendency that conflicts with the journalist's desire to report comprehensively.

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