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Bryan Myers, Producer

Bryan Myers has been producing network television news and documentaries for nearly 25 years. Most recently, he was a lead producer for the PBS news magazine program “NOW.” Bryan also worked at ABC News for 19 years, most of them as a producer for Ted Koppel’s “Nightline,” producing a mix of breaking news, feature stories and special series programming. Bryan has received nine Emmy Awards for reports ranging from the environment to Clinton’s presidential victory, and a Peabody award for a special series on the capture of Cambodian dictator Pol Pot. Bryan holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he also served as a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Business and Economic Reporting.

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Kurdish activists and politicians detained in Turkey

In the Newsroom

Kurdish activists and politicians detained in Turkey

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil writes about the recent detention of Kurdish human rights activists and politicians in southeast Turkey. Yarbil argues that the arrests threaten a fragile reconciliation process.

Posted: January 7, 2010 15:31   Comments: 3
Top 15 Worldfocus Signature Stories of 2009

Worldfocus Best of 2009

Top 15 Worldfocus Signature Stories of 2009

Our signature stories delve into issues around the world -- from the long-term effects of Agent Orange in Vietnam and escalating gang violence in Mexico to discrimination against whites in South Africa and Afghan immigrants in Iran. See our best Signature videos of the year.

Posted: December 24, 2009 16:21   Comments: 3
Turkey’s Kurds seek justice for unsolved murders

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Turkey’s Kurds seek justice for unsolved murders

Correspondent Gizem Yarbil and producer Bryan Myers recently traveled to the Kurdish enclave of Diyarbakir in eastern Turkey for a closer look at the allegations that the Turkish government had engaged in a so-called "dirty war" against the Kurds.

Posted: December 16, 2009 14:15   Comments: 35
Ruling threatens reconciliation between Turks and Kurds

In the Newsroom

Ruling threatens reconciliation between Turks and Kurds

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil, who grew up in Turkey, writes about the experience of reporting from the Kurdish areas of that country. A recent court ruling has reignited clashes between the Kurdish minority and Turkish authorities, and the issue remains a polarizing one in Turkey.

Posted: December 16, 2009 13:23   Comments: 4
Rising Islamist movements challenge secularism in Turkey

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Rising Islamist movements challenge secularism in Turkey

Correspondent Gizem Yarbil and producer Bryan Myers report on how traditional religion and modern democracy are trying to coexist in Turkey, where growing religious groups are championing Islam's ethical and moral values. Secular critics are branding these religious groups as fundamentalist.

Posted: October 21, 2009 16:11   Comments: 28
Leveling the gender playing field in Turkey

In the Newsroom

Leveling the gender playing field in Turkey

Worldfocus correspondent Gizem Yarbil reported on female soccer players in Turkey and shares how women are pioneering a place in the traditionally male-dominated sports soccer and weightlifting.

Posted: September 11, 2009 13:51   Comments Off on Leveling the gender playing field in Turkey
Female soccer players shoot down Turkish taboos

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Female soccer players shoot down Turkish taboos

In much of Turkey, playing soccer is something girls simply don't do. But despite religious and cultural resistance, some women players are challenging the norm and taking to the field.

Posted: September 10, 2009 12:49   Comments: 19
Shrines, souvenirs pay tribute to Turkey’s founding founder

From the Field

Shrines, souvenirs pay tribute to Turkey’s founding founder

Worldfocus producer Bryan Myers is currently reporting from Turkey. He writes from Istanbul about the country's love for one of its most famed figures, Kemal Ataturk, who appears on everything from office buildings to lapel pins and souvenirs.

Posted: June 8, 2009 10:51   Comments: 1
Bolivia eyes lithium with hopes to transform economy

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Bolivia eyes lithium with hopes to transform economy

Bolivia controls nearly half of the world's reserves of lithium, a metal crucial for electric cars and other alternative energy technologies. But who will benefit from this discovery is creating controversy.

Posted: May 13, 2009 12:51   Comments: 2
Bolivian land reform comes under fire from landowners

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Bolivian land reform comes under fire from landowners

The Bolivian government is implementing land reform designed to help the poor, under which the government can seize and redistribute land to indigenous farmers. It's a proposal that has left many landowners unhappy.

Posted: May 12, 2009 13:43   Comments: 3
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