Journalists in Corners: True Stories of Reporting in the Field

Every year, journalists are killed on the job, at home, or while walking into conflict or conflict zones. They can be jailed, detained for years, deported from the country or forced into hiding. Some go missing or disappear. This episode of the International Reporters Roundtable explores what it means to be a journalist on the front lines. Our guests know firsthand what it means to face the reality reporters are being hunted down, life and death, but they’re sticking to their job of telling the truth. Guzm├ín will join us to discuss their experiences and those of their colleagues in Afghanistan, Rwanda and Mexico, the pressures and dangers of this important mission, and shed light on the sources of their dedication….