Studio 12 - Steffan Tubbs travels to Camp Adder in Tallil, Iraq
DENVER – (July 27, 2010) – This week Studio 12 takes a unique look at the Iraq conflict by turning attention toward the media coverage between the two opposing nations on Wednesday, July 28 at 8:00 p.m.
Steffan Tubbs travels to the site of the conflict – Camp Adder in Tallil, Iraq – to join in a discussion between Iraqi and Colorado journalists. Ryan Huff of the Boulder Daily Camera and Matt Hutchings of Altitude Network will represent the Colorado media as two of the show’s guests. The two sides will discuss, debate and show what each nation’s media has to offer.
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This episode of Studio 12 also will be available for viewing via the on-demand feature of www.KBDI.org after May 29, 2010.
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