- Newsmaker: The Murder of Journalist Daniel Pearl
A grisly videotape has proven that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was brutally murdered by his abductors in Pakistan. President Bush says the incident has strengthened America's resolve to fight terrorism. But how often are journalists killed? How dangerous is their profession? Joel Simon, Deputy Director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, has some surprising answers. (Originally broadcast earlier today on To the Point.)
- Reporter's Notebook: Ordinary Faces and Extraordinary Ads
In 20 years of directing, Howard Zieff got a lot of laughs from Private Benjamin and some of his other films. Less well known now are the laughs he got in the 60's as an advertising photographer and director of TV commercials. A new exhibit called "The Genius and Wit of Howard Zieff" at the G. Ray Hawkins Gallery in West Hollywood may change all that. Zieff joins us to talk about his former life.