Conversations with Allan Wolper


    Allan Wolper talks to Kejal Vyas

    January 29, 2016

    Kejal Vyas is the regional correspondent in South America for The Wall Street Journal. He recently moved to Bogota, Colombia, after spending five years in Caracas, a city considered the most violent in the world. He explains in detail how he survived in a place where people drive through stop lights to avoid being held up, where police are killed for their weapons and residents are urged to stay in their homes after seven at night, even in upscale neighborhoods.

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Conversations with Allan Wolper

Allan Wolper is known as a "journalist's journalist." A superb interviewer, reporter, documentary producer and ethics columnist, he has been honored by every journalism medium. Wolper has won over 50 awards, including, television's prestigious Alfred I. duPont/Columbia University Award - the Pulitzer Prize of broadcast news. He won the National Headliner Award for his radio commentaries, and has been honored by The Medill Graduate School of Journalism at Northwestern University, The Pennsylvania State University, the New York Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists and the National Press Club for his ethics columns in Editor and Publisher Magazine. Allan Wolper is a Professor of Journalism at Rutgers University in Newark.

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