2008 Korea-U.S. Journalists Exchange
April 1- 17, 2008
Hanah Cho has been a reporter at The Baltimore Sun for the past four years, covering everything from courts to education to government.
She has spent the last two years as a business reporter, writing about workplace issues, entrepreneurs and the media. She is now covering the mutual fund/money management industry as well as writing about small businesses. A
Ilan Greenberg is a freelance writer based in
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
Eric J. Scholl created, developed and launched the pioneering Yahoo! FinanceVision interactive video news service. Prior to his work at Yahoo!, Scholl was executive producer of MONEYLINE WITH LOU DOBBS at CNN. Scholl also worked for NBC in Hong Kong, where he launched
Scholl is currently under contract with the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) series “Nightly Business Report” with a particular focus on
Scholl also owns and operates his own production company, which participates in a wide range of projects in media and the arts. Clients include: Microsoft, BBDO and TD Ameritrade. Scholl produced the theatrical film “Flannel Pajamas” which was selected by the Sundance Film Festival.
Associated Press—Broadcast News Center
Shirley Smith is a veteran broadcast journalist who has worked for the Associated Press (current), UPI Radio Network, Mutual Broadcasting, and several other radio and newspaper entities. She has a Master of Arts degree and has had numerous free-lance articles newspaper, magazine and internet articles published. In addition, she has written travel articles that have been published in hundreds of newspapers and their Web sites and has researched, written, voiced and produced specialized ‘podcasts’ on a variety of news and feature topics.
WSMV-TV NBC 4
Marc Stewart reports for Channel Four News at Ten. His reports cover the news of the day as well as political and business related stories. Most recently, Stewart reported from
Marc joined WSMV in June 2005 after serving as an anchor and reporter for our NBC sister station, WBIR-TV in
Since arriving in
In June 2001, he spent two weeks traveling throughout
Stewart is a graduate of
In his free time, Stewart is an avid cyclist, having completed several century rides. He also finished the Country Music Marathon in 2001 and the Half-Marathon in 2002 and 2006. He’s also interested in commercial aviation and country music.
Tom Walsh is the business columnist for the Detroit Free Press, where he has worked since 1982. He was a city desk reporter, bureau chief, business editor and projects editor before assuming his current role in December 2001.
He was a member of the board of governors of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers from 1995-98, and a Jefferson fellow in Pacific Rim Studies at the
As business editor, he initiated and supervised a journalist exchange program, sending Free Press automotive writer David Morrow to work at the offices of Chunichi Shimbun in
Walsh graduated in 1972 from
Mia Zuckerkandel is currently the producer of the 6pm newscast for KPIX-TV, the CBS owned and operated station in the San Francisco Bay Area. Zuckerkandel has been a producer at KPIX since 2002. Prior to taking over the 6pm broadcast, she produced other daily newscasts for the station, as well as breaking news coverage and coverage of special events. Her shows have received several honors, including “Best Iraq War Coverage” and “Best Special Programming.”
Before coming to KPIX, Zuckerkandel worked for KRON-TV, then the NBC affiliate in the Bay Area. She began her career in television there as an intern and worked her way up to Executive Producer of Special Projects.