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Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle

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Examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering journalist Ruben Salazar. At the heart of the story is Salazar's transformation from a mainstream, middle-of-the-road reporter to a supporter and primary chronicler of the radical Chicano movement of the late 1960s. Killed under mysterious circumstances by a law enforcement officer in 1970, Salazar became an instant martyr to the Latino community, which had often criticized his reporting during his lifetime. Includes interviews with Salazar's friends, colleagues, family members, and Salazar's own words culled from personal writings.
DVD
2014; 2013
Clemons (Stacks)
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Interview With John Chancellor, 1982 [electronic resource]

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John Chancellor was a White House press correspondent during the early Johnson administration. In 1965, he became director of Voice of America. Here he describes President Johnson's relationship with the media and his mission at Voice of America. He discusses the challenge of broadcasting America's first "televised war" and describes tension for journalists between covering anti-war activity and amplifying it. He recalls Spiro Agnew's attack on the press. Finally, he describes the stages of war news coverage and the evolving relationship between the press and the government.
Online
1983