Thursday, November 29, 2007

Your Call 113007 Media Roundtable

On the next Your Call it's our Friday Media Roundtable. While all eyes were on Annapolis, what else happened in the world you should know about? Tensions continued to mount on the Turkey-Iraq border. We'll speak with Aliza Marcus there. The economy staggered along and we'll talk with Peter Waldman about the health of economics coverage. We'll also speak with Telemundo political analyst Carlos Rajo about news south of the border. It's Your Call, with me, Sandip Roy, and you.

Peter Waldman in San Francisco
Senior writer at Condé Nast Portfolio, a monthly business magazine that launched in May 2007. Waldman joined Condé Nast Portfolio from the Wall Street Journal, where he had worked as a writer and editor for 21 years.  

Aliza Marcus in Washington DC
A journalist based in Washington DC. She reported from Turkey on the Kurdish rebel war and regional conflicts, first as a freelance reporter for the Christian Science Monitor and later as a staff writer for Reuters. Her book Blood and Belief: The PKK and the Kurdish Fight for Independence is just out.

Carlos Rajo in Los Angeles
Political analyst for Channel 22 & 52, the local affiliates for Telemundo in Los Angeles, from the Middle East to futbol in Buenos Aires. He is an occasional contributor to El Pais in Spain.

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