To coincide with the tenth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, this week's podcast looks at how journalism has changed in the country.
From an explosion of new media outlets through the civil war and into the revolution in communications technology, the journalists we spoke to have a wealth of experience in the country.
- Dahr Jamail, author and investigative journalist, Al-Jazeera English
- Osama Mohammed, Baghdad bureau chief, Al-Jazeera English
- Nic Robertson, award-winning foreign correspondent, CNN
- Steven Lee Myers, embedded journalist and Baghdad bureau chief 2009-2011, the New York Times
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