Attempts by the Defense Department to control press access to military action since the Vietnam conflict have been met with heavy criticism from the media. Kojo and guests look at the access to military operations by the press during conflict.


  • Stephen Nevas American University, adjunct professor of Media & Law, practicing attorney, former CNN coorespondent
  • John J. Fialka Wall Street Journal reporter, author, "Hotel Warriors"
  • Barbara Cochran President, Radio-Television News Directors Association
  • Adam Clayton Powell III Senior Fellow, Annenberg School for Communication; and Director, Integrated Media Systems Center, Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California


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