Audio Reporting From Abroad

Dreaming of a time when you can report abroad after Covid? Or maybe you are already on the front lines of international reporting. Hear actionable insights and learn tricks of the trade to thrive in overseas reporting environments in this webinar from NPR’s founding Seoul Bureau Chief Elise Hu (TED Talks Daily, VICE News Tonight). 

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About this recorded webinar

What skills do you need in order to thrive when reporting from a far flung place, where the language, customs and cultures are unfamiliar? NPR's Founding Seoul Bureau Chief Elise Hu will share insights and actionable tips on the unique challenges of international journalism, how to build sources and tell authentic stories across cultural barriers and help you avoid causing any diplomatic incidents.

This webinar took place on Thursday, June 3 at 11am PT / 2pm ET.
Meet the presenter

Elise Hu

Elise Hu is the host of TED Talks Daily, a correspondent for VICE News Tonight, and a host-at large at NPR. As an international correspondent, she opened NPR’s first-ever Seoul, South Korea bureau and filed stories from more than a dozen countries in East Asia. Previously, Elise helped found The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit digital startup, after stops at many stations as a television news reporter. Her journalism work has won the national Edward R. Murrow and duPont Columbia awards, among others.
Patrick Jones - Course author

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