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    The Killing Fields

    Photojournalist Benjamin Dix was a liaison between the UN and the Tamil Tigers in the Sri Lankan civil war and one of the last international witnesses to leave. Hear his story.

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DPassenger on 18/12/2012 4:38pm

I totally agree, the comfort of the viewer (and not drive him to fall asleep with an unchanging poorly-lit image) should be the top priority when you run a video-based website !!

A bit of common sense please, this is a real waste of good ideas that end up not distributed around because of poor media and comms.

marcus on 22/02/2012 8:37pm

I was very much looking forward to watching this talk, however had to discover after only a few minutes that the camera is on the speaker the entire time. with a presentation topic like "photographic journalism" and especially when utilizing images on a screen to support the narrative part I can absolutely not understand why nobody spent a few valuable minutes editing this video??

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