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Friday, November 17 • 09:00 - 10:15
Fixers & Foreign Correspondents

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The relationship between foreign correspondents and fixers is central to the work done by major news organizations. But how much do these two parties really understand each other’s roles, responsibilities and needs? To answer that question, the University of British Columbia's Global Reporting Centre commissioned the largest survey of fixers and correspondents ever undertaken. The GRC's findings will be presented in this session, with reaction by a longtime foreign producer from CNN and a veteran fixer from Guinea Bissau. 

Moderators
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Zoe Flood

Chair, Foreign Correspondents' Association of East Africa
Zoe Flood is a journalist and shooting producer with over eight years experience reporting across Africa and beyond. She has done extensive investigative work on violent extremism in the Horn of Africa, including as part of the team that made the Bafta-winning documentary My Son the... Read More →

Speakers
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Allen Embalo

President, CENOZO
Allen Embalo is a radio journalist in the West African country of Guinea Bissau, who has spent years investigating the cocaine trafficking cartels operating out of his country. At huge risk to himself, his reporting linked the multibillion-dollar trade to political and military... Read More →
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Peter Klein

Executive Director, Global Reporting Centre
Executive Director and Founder of the Global Reporting Centre. In 2009, Peter Klein led a team of students on a global investigation about electronic waste, which won the Emmy for Best Investigative Journalism. Peter is a longtime producer with CBS News 60 Minutes, and has produced... Read More →
avatar for Brent Swails

Brent Swails

Senior Producer, CNN
Brent Swails is a producer at the CNN Johannesburg bureau. | | Twitter: @BrentSwailsCNN


Friday November 17, 2017 09:00 - 10:15
Wits Science Stadium - 1st Floor, Room 104 West Campus, Torrance St, Johannesburg,

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