Published on July 21, 2011
These stories were produced by reporters trained in the "Digital TV and the World" special project and the “Reporting on Korea” class at the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley. Lee Sangho, an MBC television investigative reporter joined this year’s project and taught the background class. According to veteran foreign correspondent and project director Todd Carrel, the digital journalists travel the world to "find interesting stories that help reveal the fabric of a community." The series began in 2002 with stories about ordinary people — from a fishing village near Nagasaki, to the rainforests of Peru, to the streets of Phnom Penh.
To see last year’s multimedia project from Okinawa, click here.
Click here to see other projects that covered cities in China, Japan, Cambodia, India, Latin America and elsewhere.
The Center for Digital TV and the World, a project of the Tides Center in San Francisco, is supported by major gifts from The Henry Luce Foundation and the The Skirball Foundation, with additional support from The Pacific Century Institute, ANA and UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies and Office of Resources for International Studies.
Click here to view the multimedia reports from Seoul and America.