Rob Cameron is the BBC’s correspondent in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, covering politics, human interest stories, arts and other issues for the BBC World Service, BBC domestic radio, BBC Online and BBC World television. Rob moved to Prague in 1993 and began his radio career in 1999, when he joined Radio Prague, the international service of Czech Radio. Rob began producing radio packages for the BBC in 2001, and in 2004 became the BBC’s full-time Prague stringer. He has also reported for the BBC from Albania and Russia
Dean Cox is a photojournalist who covers Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East from his base in Sweden. His diverse portfolio includes breaking news, hard news, features in international affairs, political commentary, social issues, natural disasters and travel. Dean has considerable experience as a contract photojournalist, with clients including The Associated Press, The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, EurasiaNet and Bloomberg News. His images have been printed and posted by various international newspapers, magazines, books and websites. See http://www.deanckcox.com for examples of Dean's work.
Michael Jordan is foreign correspondent who has reported from two dozen countries over the past 16 years. He is a long-time contributor to The Christian Science Monitor, earlier serving as the Monitor's correspondent in Budapest (1995-2000) and at the United Nations (2002-2005). He also writes regularly for Foreign Policy. In addition to reporting, Michael has recently taught journalism at universities in Hong Kong, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and trained Romani reporters in Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia. Until June 2006, Michael was the George Polk Journalist-in-Residence at Long Island University in Brooklyn, where he taught and advised the student newspaper. He blogs about journalism and Central Europe at http://jordanink.wordpress.com.
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