PBS BILL MOYER'S JOURNAL: BUYING THE WAR 4 OF 5
-Reporters & Commentators-
Peter Beinart: Beinart was editor of THE NEW REPUBLIC from 1999-2006 and now serves as the editor-at-large for the magazine. He also writes for the WASHINGTON POST, TIME and appears regularly on CNN, NPR and Air America.
James Bamford: James Bamford spent three years in the Navy before attending law school in Boston on the G.I Bill. He spent nearly a decade as the Washington Investigative Producer for ABC's WORLD NEWS TONIGHT with Peter Jennings where he won a number of journalism awards for his coverage national security issues.
Eric Boehlert: Eric Boehlert is the author of LAPDOGS: HOW THE PRESS ROLLED OVER FOR BUSH. He worked for five years as a senior writer for Salon.com, where he wrote extensively about media and politics. Prior to that, he worked as a contributing editor for ROLLING STONE.
Kristina Borjesson: Kristina Borjesson is a journalist and editor of INTO THE BUZZSAW: LEADING JOURNALISTS EXPOSE THE MYTH OF A FREE PRESS (2002)FEET TO THE FIRE: THE MEDIA AFTER 9/11, TOP JOURNALISTS SPEAK OUT.
Gilbert Cranberg: Cranberg is the former editorial page editor for the DES MOINES REGISTER. He has been a vocal critic of the media's coverage of the Iraq War.
Phil Donahue: The Emmy award winning talk show host began his career as a radio announcer at KWY radio in Cleveland, after graduating from the University of Notre Dame in 1957.
Charles Hanley: This Pulitzer Prize winning reporter has been a roving journalist for the Associated Press International Desk in New York for the past two decades. Born in Brooklyn and a graduate of St. Bonaventure University, he joined the AP in 1968 in Albany, N.Y., where he later became a political correspondent and then bureau news editor.