178: Christine Spolar – Ključno je vprašanje, kaj se je zgodilo

Christine Spolar

Za največje svetovne medijske hiše je na več koncih sveta pokrivala različne konflikte in pomembne zgodbe današnjega časa. Christine Spolar tudi o ceni Brexita, o mentorju Bobu Woodwardu in poučevanju novinarstva v Sloveniji.

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CHRISTINE SPOLARAn award-winning journalist who has worked in the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

Moved to Slovenia as a Fulbright professor in 1992, teaching two classes of student journalists at the University of Ljubljana. She also covered war for the first time that year, in Bosnia and in Serbia, an experience that led to a career as a foreign correspondent and editor. She later reported for Washington Post and then the Chicago Tribune in Warsaw, Jerusalem, Baghdad, Tehran, Cairo and Rome.

Over the last decade, she has been an editor in London at The Financial Times, where she launched its investigations team and at Kaiser Health News, where she was executive editor in Washington D.C. Most recently, she has been the international business editor, in London, for The New York Times. She has been on staff at major news organizations, including the New York Times, where she was recently the international business editor based in London.

Christine on Twitter @christinespolar.

Christine Spolar med obiskom v Sloveniji (foto: osebni arhiv).

 

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