After James Foley: News Leaders Divided on How to Handle Kidnapped Reporters

By: David Uberti | CJR

The murders of James Foley and Steven Sotloff ignited fierce debate over how to react when a reporter is kidnapped. Joel Simon, head of the Committee to Protect Journalists, argued in CJR last week that it was time to end what had essentially been standard practice of instituting media blackouts of such abductions.

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