Dispatch News Service

Dispatch News Service

Dispatch News Service is a left-leaning news agency founded in 1968 by David Obst and Michael Morrow.[1]

DNS was the original outlet to purchase Seymour Hersh's story about the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War, pushing it on 35 newspapers at $100 apiece.


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