1991 The Gulf War: The Secondhand Account
As with all newscasts about the Gulf War, this video has no live coverage.
Embedded Journalists travel with the US military and report on the war in Iraq.
The problem is that the coverage is only from one view point, which opens up the possibility of propaganda.
"We must remember that in time of war what is said on the enemy’s side of the front is always propaganda, and what is said on our side of the front is truth and righteousness, the cause of humanity and a crusade for peace.
"Researchers found that heavy TV watchers were more likely to support the war. They were also less likely to be well informed about its causes and consequences."
- Visual Methodologies-http://www.sagepub.com/rose/contentanalysisex.htm
- TV and Gulf War- http://cscc.scu.edu/trends/v12/V12_2.pdf