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Networks Pivot From Ukraine to Gaza as Israel Launches Ground Offensive - Posted July 17, 2014
Shortly before 4pmET, cable and broadcast networks turned from Ukraine -- where they have spent most of the day reporting on Malyasia Airlines flight 17, which was shot down near the Russian border this morning -- to Gaza, where Israel has just launched a ground offensive after several days of violence... [TVNewser]

Rubber Bullet Hits CNN's Ben Wedeman in the Head - Posted July 5, 2014
CNN's Ben Wedeman didn't let a rubber bullet keep him from reporting on the flare-up of violence in Jerusalem. On Friday he Tweeted: Took an Israeli police rubber bullet to the head. Just a scratch. After a few minutes to clean up, back to work. Stay calm and carry on. -- benwedeman (@bencnn)... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Rubber Bullet Hits CNN's Ben Wedeman in the Head - Posted July 5, 2014
CNN's Ben Wedeman didn't let a rubber bullet keep him from reporting on the flare-up of violence in Jerusalem. On Friday he Tweeted: Took an Israeli police rubber bullet to the head. Just a scratch. After a few minutes to clean up, back to work. Stay calm and carry on. -- benwedeman (@bencnn)... [FishbowlNY]

CNN Crew Roughed Up at Hamas Protest - Posted June 20, 2014
CNN senior international correspondent Ben Wedeman and his cameraman, Joe Sheffer, were roughed up by Palestinian security forces at a Hamas demonstration in the West Bank. Wedeman said on CNN this morning that they are fine minus "a couple bruises, a few scratches." "The Palestinian authority does not like it when the... [TVNewser]

More Correspondents Travel to Ukraine - Posted March 4, 2014
More correspondents are up and running from Ukraine as Russian and Ukrainian forces remain in a tense standoff in the country's Crimea region. Secretary of State John Kerry, who flew to Kiev overnight, meets with government officials there today. Several correspondents are traveling to Kiev with Secretary Kerry, ... [TVNewser]

CNN Crew Has Camera Taken Away by Egyptian Officer - Posted July 8, 2013
On "Reliable Sources," hosted by John Avlon, CNN correspondent Ben Wedeman talked about covering the chaos in Cairo over the last week, which has included a crackdown on -- and, in once case, ... [TVNewser]

Papal Conclave Coverage: Broadcast and Cable Networks - Posted March 11, 2013
The conclave to elect the next Pope will begin Tuesday after morning mass. Here's what the broadcast and cable networks have planned for coverage. ABC's Diane Sawyer will broadcast "World News" from the Vatican beginning this evening... [TVNewser]

Pope Benedict Coverage: CNN - Posted February 27, 2013
CNN will be dedicating nearly all of its dayside programming to coverage of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation tomorrow. Coverage will begin at 4 AM, with "Early Start." John Berman and ... [TVNewser]

Who's Going to Rome to Cover the Pope? - Posted February 11, 2013
Fox News's Shepard Smith will soon be on his way to Rome, reporting from the Vatican on the resignation of... [TVNewser]

Correspondents Still Putting Life On The Line To Report From Syria - Posted August 17, 2012
The revolution continues in Syria, and TV news correspondents continue to put themselves at risk to report from the country. On Fox News, Steve Harrigan had some close calls with the Syrian military when he was in Syria this week, and later on told anchor Shepard Smith "I'm not going to put... [TVNewser]

Syria Still A Big Story, But Reporting Dangers Remain - Posted August 9, 2012
The ongoing revolution in Syria continues to be a big story on the network evening newscasts, and on cable news. Earlier this year we noted that Syria may be the most dangerous country yet for foreign journalists to report from, as ABC's Alexander Marquardt ... [TVNewser]

CNN Correspondents Talk Life and Death on the Frontlines - Posted December 23, 2011
CNN correspondents (l-r) Sara Sidner, Ben Wedeman, Kyung Lah, Nic Robertson, Arwa Damon, Anderson Cooper, Matthew Chance, Hala Gorani, and Ivan Watson gathered at the Time Warner Center Dec. 2 for a taping of "CNN on the Frontlines" Earlier this month, just for a matter of ho... [TVNewser]

Rare Get-together for CNN's Foreign Correspondents as They Reflect on 2011 - Posted December 2, 2011
CNN's Anderson Cooper hosts a year end special with CNN's foreign correspondents, including (R-L) Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon and Nic Robertson It's a good thing today was a relatively quite international news day because most of CNN's foreign correspondents were gathered in New York talki... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Rare Get-together for CNN's Foreign Correspondents as They Reflect on 2011 - Posted December 2, 2011
CNN's Anderson Cooper hosts a year end special with CNN's foreign correspondents, including (R-L) Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon and Nic Robertson It's a good thing today was a relatively quite international news day because most of CNN's foreign correspondents were gathered in New York talki... [FishbowlNY]

Rare Get-together for CNN's Foreign Correspondents as They Reflect on 2011 - Posted December 2, 2011
CNN's Anderson Cooper hosts a year end special with CNN's foreign correspondents, including (l-r) Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon and Nic Robertson It's a good thing today was a relatively quite international news day because most of CNN's foreign correspondents were gathered in New York talki... [TVNewser]

Ben Wedeman and CNN Crew Caught in Libyan Firefight - Posted July 14, 2011
CNN senior international correspondent Ben Wedeman was reporting from Libya yesterday when a firefight broke out around them, in the village of Qawalish. Gunshots can be heard on the dramatic video as Wedeman and his crew jumped back into their cars and sped away. The CNN team was all safe, but... [TVNewser]

CNN.com, TIME.com Launch Global Public Square Blog - Posted March 9, 2011
CNN.com and TIME.com teamed up to launch ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Libyan Military Nearly Bombs CNN Crew - Posted March 3, 2011
A scary moment in Libra yesterday,as CNN correspondent Ben Wedeman and his crew were nearly bombed by the Libyan military. Wedeman was speaking to anti-Gaddafi forces in Brega, and a Libyan Air Force jet dropped a bomb just a few hundred feet from where they were standing: ... [TVNewser]

CNN's Ben Wedeman Reports from Inside Libya - Posted February 21, 2011
CNN's Cairo bureau chief Ben Wedeman has made it into Libya -- the first western TV journalist to report from inside the nation as it descends into chaos... [morningmedianewsfeed]

CNN's Ben Wedeman Reports from Inside Libya - Posted February 21, 2011
CNN's Cairo bureau chief Ben Wedeman has made it into Libya -- the first western TV journalist to report from inside the nation as it descends into chaos... [FishbowlNY]

CNN's Ben Wedeman Reports from Inside Libya - Posted February 21, 2011
CNN's Cairo bureau chief Ben Wedeman has made it into Libya -- the first western TV journalist to report from inside the nation as it descends into chaos... [TVNewser]

Cameras Continue to Roll as Situation in Cairo Deteriorates Rapidly - Posted February 2, 2011
As a cameraman trained his lens from a Cairo high-rise, NBC News anchor Brian Williams and chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel gave a play-by-play of wh... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Cameras Continue to Roll as Situation in Cairo Deteriorates Rapidly - Posted February 2, 2011
As a cameraman trained his lens from a Cairo high-rise, NBC News anchor Brian Williams and chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel gave a play-by-play of wh... [FishbowlNY]

TV News Reporters Roughed Up, Caught in the Midst of Violent Protests in Egypt - Posted February 2, 2011
Anderson Cooper is not the only reporter ... [TVNewser]

Good Morning FishbowlDC Readers - Posted February 1, 2011
QUOTES of the DAY From National Geographic: The Finnish Embassy Unusual mid-party announcement "Don't take this the wrong way, but it's time to get naked." -- Beet.tv's ... [FishbowlDC]

Networks, Cablers Rush to Cover Egypt Clashes - Posted January 28, 2011
There is chaos in Egypt, as protesters are facing off against the police in a number of major cities, including Cairo and Alexandria. Egyptian President Mubarak has instituted a nationwide curfew, but it does not appear to be working. The broadcast news divisions, as well as all three cable networks are covering... [TVNewser]

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