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By J. Sylvester

Even if the impression of storm Katrina has definitely been felt in political, monetary, and social phrases, the affects on and of the media have principally been overlooked. This e-book tells the tales of the newshounds, newspapers, and broadcast stations most influenced through Katrina and information their struggles to hide the aftermath.

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Bernard Parish and the 9th Ward. We had a photographer in the 9th Ward. m. that a reporter from City Hall called in a report that the levee wall in Lakeview had failed and water was pouring into the city. m. ” “At that point in time, James O’Byrne and Doug MacCash had heard what I was reporting and took bicycles and went to find out what was going on. The better part of valor was to skedaddle,” he said. “Ashton Phelps pulled the trigger, telling us to take only what you can carry in your two arms and to get in the back of the delivery trucks.

He said, ‘You know why I’m asking you. ’ I apparently turned white during our conversation, at least that’s what the others who were with me said. I was pretty freaked, but I tried to allay his concerns about us at the newspaper. I told him the third floor was above where any water would be. Even if windows blow out we have a place to retreat to that is fairly safe. Then we discussed what the mayor was doing and how the evacuation was going. ” The paper ended up with about 250 people in the building.

Even if windows blow out we have a place to retreat to that is fairly safe. Then we discussed what the mayor was doing and how the evacuation was going. ” The paper ended up with about 250 people in the building. The policy was to allow family members to come in for shelter. They ranged in age from newborn to elderly in wheelchairs. It was a real problem. Of course, we didn’t think it would be a problem. The newspaper was equipped with an Newspaper Section Introduction ● 27 emergency room upstairs for the computers, new generator on roof for emergency power and enough fuel for five to six days.

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