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Na Eng

Trip:
Fellows Fall 2006
Affiliation:
"NOW," PBS
Country:
Burkina Faso
Year:
2006

Na Eng is a freelance television producer and communications consultant in New York City. For many years, she was a producer for the national news magazine show NOW on PBS.  She has reported from all over the world-- from small town Kansas to post-Katrina New Orleans, from the rice fields of Bangladesh to the townships of Zimbabwe. Her reporting on how regressive state taxes hurt the working poor in Alabama earned her an Emmy Award in 2008. She has also received Emmy nominations for two other pieces she produced, including an investigation of the oil and gas industry. In addition, she received a National Headliner Award for a profile of an American reporter killed in Iraq. Na has also worked for NBC Nightly News and a Bill Moyers documentary series on the history of the Chinese in America.

Stories

  • A growing hunger

    Na Eng reports from Burkina Faso. There are roughly 30,000 cotton-growers in America who receive billions of our U.S. tax dollars every year through government subsidies. But critics charge this generous financial...

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