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RECENT BROADCAST AND DOCUMENTARY  WORK

The Black Italian Boxing Champ Who Beat the Fascists, DW World Link

French presidential election offers ‘two visions of France’, PBS NewsHour

Drones keep elephants away from people in Tanzania, PBS NewsHour

Group gives cash to rural Kenyans, then studies effects, PBS NewsHour

Waging Peace between Greeks, Turks in Cyprus, PBS NewsHour Weekend

U.S. NATO troops surge in Europe after Russian aggression, PBS NewsHour

The Rise of Italy’s ‘Rejectionist’ Five Star Movement, PBS NewsHour

Italian vote could amend post-war constitution, PBS NewsHour Weekend

As Tourists Crowd Out Locals, Venice Faces ‘Endangered’ List, NPR All Things Considered

Survival and sadness in Iraq’s Christian towns, PBS NewsHour Weekend

Could the fight against ISIS give Kurds more autonomy? PBS NewsHour Weekend

Why the Islamic State tried an audacious attack on Kirkuk, PBS NewsHour

 

TELEVISION/VIDEO

French presidential election offers ‘two visions of France’, PBS NewsHour

Drones keep elephants away from people in Tanzania
, PBS NewsHour

Group gives cash to rural Kenyans, then studies effects, PBS NewsHour

Waging Peace between Greeks, Turks in Cyprus, PBS NewsHour Weekend

U.S. NATO troops surge in Europe after Russian aggression, PBS NewsHour

The Rise of Italy’s ‘Rejectionist’ Five Star Movement, PBS NewsHour

Italian vote could amend post-war constitution, PBS NewsHour Weekend

Survival and sadness in Iraq’s Christian towns, PBS NewsHour Weekend

Could the fight against ISIS give Kurds more autonomy? PBS NewsHour Weekend

Why the Islamic State tried an audacious attack on Kirkuk, PBS NewsHour

ISIS fighters retreating from Mosul aren’t going quietly, PBS NewsHour

Saving treasured art after Italy’s major earthquake, PBS NewsHour Weekend

Italy marks national day of mourning after quake, PBS NewsHour Weekend

Devastated Italian towns receive global support, PBS NewsHour

Italian earthquake levels towns, kills at least 159, PBS NewsHour

These floating piers let visitors walk on water, PBS NewsHour Weekend

How Lebanon is coping with over a million Syrian refugees, PBS NewsHour Weekend

How migrants and refugees are keeping Italian villages alive, PBS Newshour Weekend

Deciphering the Secrets of the Codex Seraphinianus, CNN Great Big Story

The Mafia in Australia: Drugs, Murder, and Politics, ABC Four Corners

The Mafia in Australia: Blood Ties, ABC Four Corners

Educating Sargeant Pantzke, PBS FRONTLINE

The Spy Who Quit, PBS FRONTLINE

RADIO

The Black Italian Boxing Champ Who Beat the Fascists, DW World Link

As Tourists Crowd Out Locals, Venice Faces ‘Endangered’ List, NPR All Things Considered

When Culture Is At Risk, Italy’s Art Police Come To The Rescue, NPR Weekend Edition

Italy’s ‘Cultural Allowance’ Aims to Educate, Counter Extremism’, NPR All Things Considered

‘Tough Guy’ Farmers Stand Up To Italian Mafia – And Win, NPR Weekend Edition

Mother Teresa, Now a Saint, Was Not Without Flaws, NPR All Things Considered

Pope Francis Canonizes Mother Teresa in Vatican Ceremony, NPR Weekend Edition

Italian #FertilityDay Campaign Backfires, NPR All Things Considered

Italian Coast Guard Rescues More than 6,000 Migrants, NPR All Things Considered

Rescuers Scramble to Find Quake Survivors in Amatrice, Italy, NPR Morning Edition

Powerful Earthquake Strikes Central Italy, NPR All Things Considered

Death Toll Rises After Earthquake Rocks Central Italy, NPR Here and Now

Aftershocks Rumble Across Italy; Quake’s Death Toll Rises, NPR Morning Edition

Migrants Help in Relief Effort After Deadly Quake in Italy, NPR All Things Considered

Quake Victims Question Who’s to Blame for Buildings’ Failures, NPR Morning Edition

Italian Rescuers Race to Find Quake Survivors, NPR Morning Edition

Catastrophic Earthquake Strikes Central Italy, WNYC/PRI, The Takeaway

This startup turns Syrian refugees into Arabic teachers, BBC/PRI’s The World

Italian Hipsters Help Relocate Syrian Family In A Remote Village, NPR All Things Considered

After Battling ISIS, Kurds Find New Foe in Facebook, BBC/PRI’s The World

In New Neapolitan Novel, Fans Seek Clues About Author’s Past, NPR, All Things Considered

Italy, Land Of Pizza And Pasta, Is Gluten-Free Friendly, NPR, NPR Weekend Edition

Students Restore Music Room, Reclaim Native American Identity, NPR Weekend Edition

Venice’s Gondoliers Make Room For Wheelchairs
, NPR Weekend Edition

Foodies clash with McDonald’s at World’s Fair, CBC The World This Weekend

Italian Cheese Lovers Find Bovine Match Through ‘Adopt A Cow’, NPR Weekend Edition

In The Italian Alps, Stradivari’s Trees Live On,
NPR Weekend Edition

Austria is trying to cut down on ‘jihadi brides’, BBC/PRI’s The World

In job-hungry Italy, neo-Fascists await young migrants. PRI’s The World

Is ISIS a threat on the US border? Not so fast, BBC/PRI The World

An Old-School Entertainer, Making Jazz in the Present Tense, NPR All Things Considered

Under The Streets Of Naples, A Way Out For Local Kids, NPR All Things Considered

Tiny Italian Town Thumbs Its Nose At Lenten Abstinence, NPR Weekend Edition

Which Art Should We Save? Cash-Strapped Italy Votes, NPR All Things Considered

Vehicle-Clogged Rome Turning to Bikes, BBC/PRI The World

Crowd Funding Effort Seeks to Save Venice’s Everyday Gondolas, NPR All Things Considered

Unemployed Italians Try Organic Farming, BBC/PRI The World

Locals Fear Venice Becoming a ‘Big Shopping Center’, NPR Morning Edition

Italy’s Accordion Industry: Tiny and Thriving, NPR Morning Edition

Art As ‘Smart Power’ at the Venice Biennale, NPR All Things Considered

Italy’s immigration law resembles Arizona’s, BBC/PRI The World

Music You’re Not Supposed To Hear, NPR All Things Considered

Pearls Before Swine: How American Health Officials, the Media, and the Public Reacted to the 2009 Outbreak of H1N1

(Radio Documentary)

Part 1:From H1N1, to the Spanish Flu of 1918, to the other swine flu of 1976

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Part 2: To vax or not to vax?

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Part 3: From Mexico, to Iowa, to New York, the H1N1 outbreak of 2009 caused more harm than just the sniffles

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Art Review: God and Goods: Spirituality and Mass Confusion
KRTS, Marfa Public Radio, 2008

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Europe’s Biggest Dump – ‘Italy’s Chernobyl’ – Uncovered in Mafia Heartland
VICE News, June 19, 2015

In job-hungry Italy, neo-Fascists await young migrants
GlobalPost, Oct 16, 2014 (Final written installment for GroundTruth reporting fellowship)

Rome Is Not Intimidated by ISIS Threats to Conquer It for the Caliphate
VICE News, July 11, 2014

The Italian Mob Doesn’t Give a Damn that the Pope Excommunicated Them

VICE News, July 10, 2014

Boat refugees to Italian government: ‘Sorry we failed to die at sea’
GlobalPost, June 19, 2014

Clerics live it up in Vatican for Law’s 80th
Boston Herald, page one, November 5 2011

Where the Haiti earthquake is on Everyone’s mind
Global Post, May 22, 2010

Italian mafia brokering Mexican drug trade
Global Post, May 6, 2010

Has Amnesty International gone astray?
Global Post, April 30, 2010

ITALY: The Press v. Berlusconi and the Mafia
World Press Watch, April, 2010

“Our Society Will Be a Free Society”: Newsweek’s Maziar Bahari on Press Freedom in Iran
Columbia Journalism Review, Feb. 24, 2010

Newsweek’s Maziar Bahari & CPJ address press freedom worldwide
Columbia Press Room, Feb. 17, 2010

Nigel Jackson Turns Junk into Money
HuffingtonPost.com, Dec. 22, 2009

Stella D’oro not the only cookie to crumble in the Bronx
TheNYPulse.com, Nov. 13, 2009

Derartu Tulu Comes in First at NYC Marathon
TheNYPulse.com, Oct. 30, 2009

The Logic of Mass
Sicmagazine.org, Aug. 20, 2007


AUDIO SLIDESHOW

Spiritual Aftershocks: Haitian Voodoo in Brooklyn After the Quake

Spiritual Aftershocks

Loving Baseball Again
UptownRadio.org, April 30, 2010

Haiti’s cross to bear
GlobalPost.com, April 5, 2010

Stella D’oro closure has ripple effect on Kingsbridge business
TheNYPulse.com, Nov. 23, 2009