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Sree Sreenivasan

Sree Sreenivasan

Using OverBlog to experiment with real-time crowdsourced photo galleries. See examples at http://bit.ly/columbiajday (Day in the Life of Columbia Journalism School) and http://bit.ly/cjalumniday (Day in the Life of Columbia J-school alumni). Feedback, thoughts, suggestions welcome: sree@sree.net

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Columbia J-School Alumni

Columbia J-School Alumni

A day in the life of Columbia Journalism School alumni. Alumni from around the world are sharing photos of their day at work and play. You can comment and like individual photos. Questions to sree@sree.net or @sree on Twitter
Sree Sreenivasan Sree Sreenivasan
Articles : 117
Since : 20/02/2013

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Scarves in Kabul

Scarves in Kabul

This photo is from a few nights ago at a dinner party in Kabul at the home of an Afghan-American friend. The woman on the left is an Afghan but lives in Germany. She is promoting very beautiful silk twill scarves woven by Afghan women. I've bought five for gifts for friends. The man on the right is the Minister of Culture. Yours truly is in the cen
Making argan oil in Morocco

Making argan oil in Morocco

I am working on a report on the Argan oil bonanza in Morocco. In the photo, a woman who makes the oil at home let me try making oil myself. Photo taken in a Berber village on the south-west coast of Morocco. Aida Alami, MS' 09@AidaAlami
Tracking @LeoDiCaprio in real life

Tracking @LeoDiCaprio in real life

8:11 a.m. When Leo DiCaprio comes on, you know you're going to get a lot of tweets. Here's me curating tweets and Facebook comments for "Good Morning America's" social ticker on our Times Square Jumbotron. But I'm not the only one: half the staff in the control room, including our executive producer and senior executive producer read the mentions o
A most unusual conference in Beijing

A most unusual conference in Beijing

I really wish this project had caught me covering something more interesting, but this job is not always glamorous. I work in Beijing for China Files, an editorial agency writing about China for Latin American media. This was a "great" -although atypical- day: I am covering a conference about the opening of the Chinese market for bovine semen and e
Shakira Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony

Shakira Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony

On Tuesday I attended Shakira's Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony. She is the first Colombian to get her name on the walk. That got us wondering how minorities overall were represented on the walk. According to our count, the figure is 3.4% for Hispanics like Shakira, 5.1% for African-Americans, 0.4% for Asians. Our piece ran on CNN.com earlier
Live shot in Delaware

Live shot in Delaware

Hello from Delmarva!?? Here is a picture of me from Friday during a live shot in Felton, Delaware.?? Covering a story (for WBOC-TV) on a senior football player who fought stage five Hodgkin Lymphoma and then had an open heart surgery but was able to recover just in time to play in the last home game at the school. It was a great story and the playe
book launch in Manila

book launch in Manila

I am currently Associate Professor of Journalism at the University of the Philippines and it's the first week of the second semester of the academic year. In this photo, I am at the Manila International Book Fair for the launch of "Media and Culture: Global Homogeneity and Local Identity," which I edited for the Asian Congress for Media and Communi
A Day at the Met with a Fellow J-School Grad

A Day at the Met with a Fellow J-School Grad

Spent the day checking out the renovated Art of the Arab Lands exhibit and Stieglitz collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Ksenia Galouchko, fellow 2011 J-School grad.
Covering violence in Juarez, Mexico

Covering violence in Juarez, Mexico

Hi A photo from Juarez while reporting on how the drug-related violence is affecting youth in Mexico's most violent city. For the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. - Susana
Homebase at "Good Morning America"

Homebase at "Good Morning America"

8:04 a.m. Just after finishing his 8 a.m. newscast, @JoshElliottABC, J'99, @GMA news anchor (left), is at "homebase" with Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, and Lara Spencer during Lara's Pop News Heat Index. Today's top story: the Penn State sex abuse scandal.