In his time Murrow never favored Person to Person, not only because he seemed bored with the format but also because it was referred to as "Murrow Lite."
The reporter isn't and should almost never be the story. Or try hard not to be, no matter how much "personal brand" work our social media experts tell us is essential to survive the tornado of change that's tearing up our old ideas.
Cairo 678 is an important film -- one all women should watch and all men should pay attention to.
The Supreme Court of the United States just told a sexually assaulted high school girl to shut up and go home. They didn't say it in those words exac...
Many have wondered why a beautiful, blonde journalist with two young children would walk into a foreign mob in the middle of a revolution. For jour...
Journalist Nir Rosen managed to do the near-impossible. He published some tweets offensive enough to rise above the din of the Internet's general state of offensiveness.
Many Egyptians are rightfully ashamed of the ignominy of the Lara Logan story. My fervent hope is that they turn this moment of shame into motivation for positive change that eradicates this "social cancer."
While stereotypes are not true, culture means that things are different when you leave the USA (or even when you travel in it.)
As a female foreign correspondent, it often seems you have to prove that being female isn't going to be a hindrance to your job.
By Tala Dowlatshahi Many of the protests across the Middle East and North Africa are in the process of transforming Muslim society. They are a cause ...
Misogyny keeps this country's brutality to women -- rape, murder and domestic violence -- at staggering levels, along with the pitched battle against a woman's right to control her own body, her right to choose.
Egypt's future will not be secured only through free and open elections but by a new civil society that will be powerful enough to safeguard religious minorities.
For every reporter, man or woman, the decision to travel to a conflict region is a deeply personal one, reflecting considered judgment and often the input of loved ones, as was the case with Lara Logan.
In a show of solidarity, ABC's Ann Compton and NBC's Savannah Guthrie gathered messages from fellow women reporters at the major networks for their colleague as she recuperates from an attack last week in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
CAIRO, Egypt -- I was sitting in a hotel room in Amman, Jordan staring at Omar Suleiman's grim face on television as he read his 20-second statement o...
You should not castigate Lara Logan because she's an "attractive blonde female reporter." She is a reporter who, while heroically covering one of the most important events of the decade, was the victim of a terrible crime. Period.