BBC reporters' log closed
April 18, 2003 9:01 PM   Subscribe

BBC News reporters' weblog on the war is closed. It was a great example of how the idea of weblog can be used in mainstream media. (Although it lacked hyper-links) In it's last instalment, reporters record some final impressions and look back at what it was like reporting the war. The daily archives are available on the right column of the page.
posted by hoder (3 comments total)

 
The BBC have already got the text for one of those big coffee table publication surely?
posted by feelinglistless at 12:57 AM on April 19, 2003


Now the real work in Iraq will start. Possibly.
posted by asok at 3:40 AM on April 19, 2003


I am at the South Pole working for a year. I read this weblog everyday during "the war." We don't have television here and I found the BBC weblog to be the most interesting internet journal about what was happening in Iraq these last few weeks.

We get the NY Times fax everyday and I was stunned to see the amount of war photos they published. Does it seem like a lot of photojournalists are vying for awards?This must have been the most photographed war ever.
posted by culberjo at 12:52 AM on April 20, 2003


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