GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – “Killing the messenger’ is a project carried out annually for the News Safety Institute the the Cardiff, Wales, School of Journalism, toting up the number of journalists who are killed each year while reporting, usually from strife-torn areas. Last year saw 124 reporters killed, with 45 of them, the largest proportion, working for TV news stations.
Source: News Safety Institute March 2012
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GenevaLunch, 6 March 2012.
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