In Ecuador, a Social Media Workaround Mar26

In Ecuador, a Social...

For three years, Ecuadorean journalist Lindon Sanmartín Rodriguez and his brother Pablo hosted a freewheeling talk radio show that analyzed the economy, wrestled with religious issues, and criticized the government of President Rafael Correa. They called it Digálo con Libertad, meaning Say...

Charles Sennott on International Reporting

Charlie Sennott has worked as a foreign correspondent for the last 25 years, traveling to over 15 countries including England, Israel, Afghanistan and Egypt. He’s also the vice president, co-founder and executive editor of GlobalPost. The website began out of the collapse of the newspaper industry and resulting closure of many international bureaus. GlobalPost currently has correspondents in more than 50 countries and has roughly 2 million unique visitors per month. Its goal is to bring original content from all corners of the world to the American public. Produced for Columbia News Tonight. Annie Claire Bergeron-Oliver is a student at...

5 Minutes with Mohammed Omer

Described as “the voice of the voiceless,” Mohammed Omer won a Martha Gelhorn award for his reporting in Gaza. Dalal Mawad sat with Omer to talk about the difficulties and challenges of being a freelance journalist. Produced for Columbia News Tonight. Dalal Mawad is a student at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She can be reached on Twitter (@dalalmawad).