ABC News has compiled a list of journalists who have been "threatened, attacked, or detained" -- so far. A sample:
APTN had their satellite dish agressively dismantled, leaving them and many other journalists who rely on their feed point no way to feed material.
ABC News international correspondent Christiane Amanpour said that on Wednesday her car was surrounded by men banging on the sides and windows, and a rock was thrown through the windshield, shattering glass on the occupants. They escaped without injury
And ABC Producer and Cameraman driving were carjacked at a checkpoint and driven to a compound where they were surrounded by men who threatened to behead them. They were able to convince the men to release them without any harm.
ABC/Bloomberg’s Lara Setrakian also attacked by protesters
CNN’s Anderson Cooper said he, a producer and camera operator were set upon by people who began punching them and trying to break their camera/ (wires)
Another CNN reporter, Hala Gorani, said she was shoved against a fence when demonstrators rode in on horses and camels, and feared she was going to get trampled/ (wires)
Fox Business Channel’s Ashley Webster reported that security officials burst into a room where he and a camera operator were observing the demonstration from a balcony. They forced the camera inside the room. He called the situation “very unnerving” and said via Twitter that he was trying to lay low / (wires)
Fox News Channel foreign correspondent Greg Palkot and producer Olaf Wiig were hospitalized in Cairo after being attacked by protestors.
CBS News’ Katie Couric harassed by protesters (link)
CBS newsman Mark Strassman said he and a camera operator were attacked as they attempted to get close to the rock-throwing and take pictures. The camera operator, who he would not name, was punched repeatedly and hit in the face with Mace. / (wires)
CBS News’ Lara Logan reports she was marched back to her hotel at gunpoint when she and a crew were taking pictures of protests (link) Time Magainze reports that Lara Logan has been detained by Egyptian police. (link)
Washington Post foreign editor Douglas Jehl wrote Thursday that witnesses say Leila Fadel, the paper’s bureau chief, and photographer Linda Davidson “were among two dozen journalists arrested this morning by Military Police.” Fadel and Davidson have since been released. / (link)
UPDATE: ABC's Christiane Amanpour lands an exclusive with embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. He claims he wants to leave office immediately, but can't resign yet because a precipitous departure could cause chaos (ahem):