Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 1:20 PM
News-gathering is often a difficult and sometimes dangerous job outside the U.S., where local reporters can face political, social and even economic constraints. Journalists from many African nations have a particular challenge in getting their stories out to the world. Last week a radio journalist from the small East African nation of Malawi stopped by the WCPN studios. Owen Fletcher Zimoya is in the U.S. to learn more about western journalism. He talked with ideastream's Karen Schaefer about the state-supported radio corporation he works for in Malawi.
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