Brown, S. (2003). From the ‘death of the real’ to the reality of death: How did the Gulf war take place? Journal for Crime, Conflict and the Media, 1(1), 55-71.

In this article the author discusses the hybrid function of the international media during the second Gulf war. The author thinks the international media was not able to mirror the war on the part of the UK and US. Representations of the media come into and out of the mediatized domain. Different media types were used during this war, fiction and non-fiction, like soaps, drama, news, reality TV and simulations (like war games). Brown (2003) discusses all this media types in relation to “the death of reality”.