9/11 & The Media (Ten Years Later)
    On the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on America, many news organizations are looking back.
  Much of the contemporary coverage is a retrospective at how the media handled the story.
  Here is a sample of the coverage.


   How Magazines Covered 9/11 - Huffington Post

   Magazine Covers on a Topic Known All Too Well

   9/11: Magazines Commemorate The Anniversary Of The Attacks

   How newspapers remembered 9/11 on their front pages

   Time, Newsweek's 9/11 Anniversary Covers

   How Media & Tech Are Teaming Up to Tell the Story of 9/11

   How America's news habits have changed in 10 years since 9/11

  The Best, Most Damning Reporting of the 9/11 Era

   Reporting the Unfathomable: The Media and 9/11

   Online archive chronicles 3000 hours of 9/11 TV coverage

  American audience shuns 9/11 movies

  International news coverage after 9/11

   Iconic Images from 9/11

  TV defers to events in coverage of 9/11 anniversary
Although TV coverage of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks included some discussion of reporters' firsthand memories of the events and interviews with survivors, rescue workers and officials, most networks let the images from the commemorations speak for themselves, critic Alessandra Stanley writes. "[I]n contrast to most live events, the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 was handled with as much deference and caution as the first," she writes.

TV news rises to occasion to mark Sept. 11 anniversary: 
The networks did themselves proud in their coverage marking the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, John Eggerton writes. "The coverage I saw managed to capture the general and specific of the tragedy, tastefully, extensively, and yes, beautifully," he writes.