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Military and the Media

A partnership with the Combined Arms Center, School of Journalism and the McCormick Foundation, this program is designed to increase understanding by the U.S. Army and the media of each other’s culture and role in a democracy. The program consists of three elements: (1) a semester-long course “Media and the Military” offered for three-hours’ credit to KU students and two-hours’ credit for Majors at CGSC; (2) a one-week workshop “Military-Journalist Experience; and (3) an e-journal, Military-Media Issues, serves as a forum for discussion of issues involved in the military-media relationship.


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