Al Jazeera: One Name, Two ChannelsThe two channels’ separate identities, missions and target audiences inevitably result in differences in defining what events are newsworthy and how the news should be framed. Global Newsroom monitored both channels for two weeks this spring, talked with journalists from each channel, and interviewed regular viewers and media analysts to compile this comparison.
Bruce Hayes: Behind the Olympic GoldOur New Yorker of the week won America’s hearts in the 1984 Olympics by winning a gold medal unexpectedly. But there’s more to his story. This local resident has inspired athletes here and around the world.The piece is produced by Dalal Mawad and reported by Sasha schwendenwein
Hungry Children in New York CityWho would say that kids are hungry in a city of plenty? 1 in 4 children in New York City suffer from food insecurity. Dalal Mawad reports.
The Case of Ramarly GrahamRamarly was only 18 when he was shot in his house in the Bronx by an NYPD officer. Dalal Mawad reports on how Friends, family and community members have been rallying every thursday to denounce his death and condemn police brutality against people of color.
5 minutes with Mohammed Omer
Dalal Mawad sat down with Palestinian Journalist Mohammed Omer to talk about his work and the challenges of covering Gaza
Dalal Mawad talked to activists in Homs, Syria about their living conditions amidst the continuous shelling.
MTA Subway SuspensionsMore than thirty thousand New Yorkers had to find alternate routes when commuting on the subway this week. The 1, 2 and 3 lines were suspended from 10pm to 5am Monday through Friday. Dalal Mawad reports from Penn station.
Valentine’s Day On A BudgetIn times of recession, here is how you can spend Valentine’s day without spending too much. This video is produced by Dalal Mawad and reported by Sergey Gordeev.
Syrian Activists in New York Support the Revolution from AfarAs the escalation of violence continues in Syria, here in New York city , Syrian immigrants are trying to raise support for their country. Dalal Mawad met some of them.
Columbia News TonightDalal Mawad co-anchors the first live broadcast of Columbia News Tonight
A Beer From HarlemIn the 1920s Harlem witnessed a renaissance in music, arts and culture. One neighborhood, Sugar Hill, was known for its roaring music and “sweet life.” Today, one local entrepreneur is trying to bring that sweet spirit back to Harlem.