Freelance Correspondent for USA Today and ABC News Radio
ABC News Radio Freelance Correspondent at ABC News Radio, Freelance Reporter and Videographer at USA TODAY, Freelance Reporter and Videographer at TIME, Freelance Reporter at The New York Times, FREELANCE JOURNALIST at Carmen Gentile, Inc. AND Camera Gun Films, Inc.
Villanova University, Shady Side Academy
Carmen Gentile has written for some of the world's leading publications including the New York Times, TIME, Newsweek, USA Today and many others. He has also produced online video reporting for The Times and TIME. He also regularly produces radio reports and has published numerous photos with his work.
Carmen has covered both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, embedding with soldiers on the frontline. His work has also taken him to Nigeria, where he reported on the continuing unrest in the oil-rich Niger Delta.
For four years he was based in Brazil, traveling throughout the region and covering bouts of unrest in Venezuela, Bolivia and Haiti.
He began his international reporting career in the late 1990s when he was based in Cairo, Egypt.
In September 2010, Carmen was shot while embedded with U.S. forces in eastern Afghanistan. After a lengthy recovery, he returned to Afghanistan.
Founding Contributor at Razistan, Editor at Afghan Scene Magazine, Photographer at Polaris Images, Afghanistan Correspondent at Time Magazine
Communications Officer at International Relief and Development (IRD), photographer at Atlas Press Photo, Correspondent at Time Magazine, Reporter at The Moscow Times, Deputy Editor (reporter/photographer) at Caspian Business News newspaper, Volunteer at Peace Corps
Columbia University - Graduate School of Journalism, Denison University
John Wendle specializes in written, photo and video journalism.
Reporting for TIME in Russia and Afghanistan he has covered everything from Moscow Fashion Week to life on a remote Outpost on the Pakistani border.
His written and video stories and photos has appeared in TIME, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Huffington Post, GQ, Monocle, Marie Claire, CNN, Channel 4 News, PBS, Democracy Now, and others.
You can see more of his work at www.johnwendle.com.
Producer, Foreign Desk at NPR, Senior Correspondent at America Abroad Media, Political Producer at WBUR-FM, Research Associate at Dubai School of Government, Campaign Manager at Self - Consultant, Technical Director/Producer at WBUR-FM, Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music
Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, Berklee College of Music, Lehigh University, Wellesley High School
More than 10 years of professional experience in radio journalism, public policy and audio production. Extensive experience producing all forms of radio journalism from live programs to documentaries. Currently specializing in international affairs journalism, with travel experience to Iraq, Sudan, Colombia, Russia, and numerous other locations in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.
Author A Man, a Mission and a Motor Cycle. How Hamid Karzai became president of Afghanistan. (expected 2012)
Writing and Editing
Journalist at Global Post, Author at Working on a new book on Afghanistan (Hurst&Co. Expected 2014), Correspondent at NRC Handelsblad, Author at A Man, a Mission and a Motor Cycle. How Hamid Karzai became President of Afghanistan
Journalist at Radio Nederland Wereldomroep, journalist Dutch Parliament (Tweede Kamer) at press agency Novum Nieuws, Chief editor Magazine Political Science at Synthese (University of Amsterdam), Journalist Newsprogram Dutch television at Net 5 and SBS 6 (Television stations)
University of Amsterdam, Hanzehogeschool Groningen