Knight Center publishes new e-book on coverage of border violence and drug trafficking
The latest e-book from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas now is available to download for free. The book, Journalism in Times of Threats, Censorship and Violence, is a report from the seminar “Cross-border Coverage of U.S.–Mexico Drug Trafficking” held March 26-27, 2010, at the University of Texas at Austin.
The book is available in both English and Spanish at the Knight Center's digital library. This is the Knight Center's seventh e-book.
The book, a summary of the participants' experiences covering drug trafficking and violence on the U.S./Mexican border, was compiled by Chilean journalist Mónica Medel, the workshop’s rapporteur and a graduate student at the University of Texas.
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