Between January and June 2003, NPR aired more than 2,600 reports on Iraq -- 250 hours of coverage by some of the best reporters in broadcast journalism, including John Burnett, Anne Garrels, Steve Inskeep, Christopher Joyce, Mike Shuster, Ivan Watson and Eric Westervelt. Whether embedded or on their own, NPR’s team in Iraq and their colleagues in the United States covered all aspects of the war. Many reports are deeply moving, especially Anne Garrels’s report about an Iraqi teenager who thrusts a container of human remains at reporters and John Burnett’s investigation of the bombing of civilian targets. This is ambitious dramatic, personal and intelligent coverage that uses the medium in extraordinarily creative ways.

The staff of NPR News and Operations; Barbara Rehm, managing editor; Bruce Drake, vice president for news.

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