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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the start of the Vietnam War, and the Newseum marks the date with a new exhibit exploring how the media reported the country’s first televised war. Photos, news footage, music and artifacts tell the story of a divided nation, and debunk some myths about the era. The exhibit ultimately poses the question: did the press lose the war? We speak with the museum’s director and a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist about how this war changed the way we cover – and perceive – conflict.
- Cathy Trost Senior vice president for exhibits and programs, Newseum
- David Hume Kennerly Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist; Filmmaker, author. Contributing editor, Politico.
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