Since 2000, Jamie Tarabay has been a foreign correspondent covering some of the world's highest-profile regions of conflict.
Steve Kroft has been a reporter on the news program 60 Minutes since 1989.
David Rocks is senior editor at BusinessWeek magazine, where he oversees the magazine's correspondents and coordinating bureaus from Mexico City to Mumbai.
NBC’s Bob Dotson has received over 100 awards for his work in broadcast journalism, including four Emmys. His spot, “American Story with Bob Dotson” can be seen on NBC’s Today Show. He spoke with Owen Johnson.
As senior editor at Newsweek International, Andrew Nagorski has worked in many different countries across the globe. He has written many books, including The Birth of Freedom: Shaping Lives and Societies in the New Eastern Europe.
Katrina vanden Heuvel has been the editor of The Nation since 1995 and publisher since 2005. She is a frequent commentator on American and international politics on TV, and her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times. Owen Johnson conducted the interview.
Bradley Hamm is currently the dean of the School of Journalism at Indiana University. He has a doctorate in communications research from the University of North Carolina and has taught in courses in mass communication all over the world. Owen Johnson conducted the interview.
Journalist Alexandra Robbins has written several books addressing the pressures and obstacles that young women face on the road to success. She has written for a wide range of magazines, including the Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, and the New Yorker.
NPR’s Michelle Norris has been in broadcast journalism for nearly 20 years. Prior to co-hosting NPR’s All Things Considered, Norris worked as a correspondent for ABC’s World New Tonight. She talks with WFIU News Director Will Murphy.
After 32 years as a volunteer paratrooper, Alasdair Hutton became a member of the Queen’s Bodyguard for Scotland, his native country. He also worked as a radio journalist in Australia and as a print journalist in Melbourne.