CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney looks back at how London prepared for events at last month's G-20 Summit. play video
International Correspondents looks at how the world media covered the protests and politics at last month's G-20 Summit.
CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney looks back at 6the highlights of last month's G-20 Summit in London.
International Correspondents discuss the micro-blogging service Twitter and how it is changing the nature of newsgathering.
International Correspondents look at recent news that famous World War II photographer, Lee Miller was investigated by MI5.
CNN's Ben Wederman reports on controversial new Israeli animated short film, "Closed Zone."
CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney speaks to Colin Freeman and Jose Cendon about their ordeal and their recovery after their release.
Journalists in Sri Lanka have come under a growing number of attacks and intimidation according to media rights groups.
Jon Bevan is an official photographer for the British Army, he tells CNN about his work shares some of his most striking images.
International Correspondents looks at the challenges facing journalists from within the conflict zone inside Gaza.
CNN's Octavia Nasr looks at how the Arab media's has covered and reacted to the conflict in Gaza.
CNN's Jim Bittermann reports on the controversy surrounding France's reform to public service television.
International Correspondents revisits our interview from June when we spoke to CBS news correspondent, Kimberly Dozier.
IC looks back at the Kevin Kallaugher interview from September, looking at the role of political satire.
From the assassination of Robert Kennedy to street riots in Paris and the first images from space of Earth, 1968 was a big year in news.
Atika Shubert talks to Sir David Frost about his thoughts on the new film that recounts his conversations with Richard Nixon.
IC looks at the media coverage of Obama's transition into the White House.
International Correspondents examines the increasing amount of online journalists facing prison sentences.
This week, International Correspondents examines the shoe incident involving George W. Bush in Iraq.
Should financial journalists operate under any form of reporting restrictions during banking crisis? IC investigates.
International Correspondents takes a look back at the top stories and personalities of 2008.
This week a British TV channel aired a documentary showing a terminally ill man committing assisted suicide, IC investigates.
IC looks at the challenges for the media in reporting from Zimbabwe and ask whether there are any prospects of change?
Following on from last week's segment on the downturn in the print media, we ask if fewer publications will be printed in the future.
IC looks at the role citizen journalists played in mainstream news coverage during the attacks in Mumbai.
IC investigates what the future holds for a sector that has seen declining revenues, the newspaper industry.
CNN's Nic Robertson talks to photographer, David Cotterrell about his new exhibition which provides a glimpse of a rarely seen side of war.
Given the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS we assess how journalists handle telling the story.
International Correspondents looks at a new documentary that aims to highlight the role of the fixer in everyday news gathering.
IC talks to the finalists and winners of the Rory Peck Awards in London, recognizing the work of freelance news gatherers.
International Correspondents look at how the President-elect will potentially deal with the media.
International Correspondents look at the crisis in the Congo and the difficulties in reporting on the situation happening there.
International Correspondents visit a strange installation at a London art exhibit.
International Correspondents spend time at the CNN election party in London. Journalists share their views on the campaign.
International Correspondents look at how the campaign has been handled and what lies ahead for Barack Obama.
International Correspondents look at how the world has reacted to Obama and how he will fare in the international media.
International Correspondents looks at how the media is handling the final stretch of the 2008 Presidential Elections.
IC investigates how international reporters have covered the Presidential campaign for their audiences.
International Correspondents looks at Alistair Cooke's unique reporting around the globe, until his death in 2004.
IC looks at how Photographer, Robert Capa defined the way modern warfare is photographed.
IC looks at the story of wartime Photographer, Gerda Taro and her relationship to Magnum photography.
The 'On the Subject of War' exhibition presents the work of artists made in the context of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
International Correspondents discuss how the media has been struggling to keep up to date with fast moving developments in the financial markets.
Suzy Menkes speaks to CNN on her career covering the catwalks, the highlights and how the industry is likely to cope in this current economic climate.
CNN's Monita Rajpal speaks to photographer Christopher Morris about his rare access to political leaders and the personalities behind them.
IC examines how international reporters are covering the presidential campaign and the financial turmoil unfolding.
IC looks back at the death of Russian investigative journalist, Anna Politkovskaya on the second anniversary of her killing.
IC looks at the media climate in Belarus, especially for the country's independent press.
IC looks at how the financial meltdown has impacted the coverage of the Presidential campaign.
Amid allegations of media bias from both Presidential candidates IC looks at how the campaign could play out in the press.
Pulitzer prize winner, Liu Heung Shing talks IC through some of his images featured in "China: Portrait of a country."
IC talks to Journalist turned activist U Win Tin about his experiences in Myanmar since last September's crackdown.
IC talks to the Chairman of A24 Media, Salim Amin about the company's new project and what it hopes to achieve.
IC look's at some of Kevin Kallaugher's most memorable drawings and the role of political satire in the U.S. presidential election.
International Correspondents look at how reporters have met the demands for coverage with developments in the business world.
International Correspondents look at what the future holds for the Zimbabwe's media and indeed for foreign journalists.
International Correspondents speak to Mark Frith about his career covering celebrities.
As Asif Ali Zardari takes over as Pakistan's President, IC looks at what the future holds for Pakistan.
IC talks to photographer, Tim Hetherington about some of the stories behind his most striking images.
International Correspondents takes a closer look at the gaining popularity of reading the news online.
As the Republic convention endured a subdued start due to Hurricane Gustav, we look at media coverage of the event.
International Correspondents talks to Author, Halima Bashir about her experiences in Darfur.
International Correspondents looks at how correspondents take on the challenge of reporting extreme weather conditions.
International Correspondents takes a look behind the scenes of the Democratic convention.
International Correspondents examines how Russian officials are dealing with the media following continued controversy.
International Correspondents looks at the popularity of blogging in Cuba.
International Correspondents looks at the high death toll of journalists during the first few days of this short-lived war.
International Correspondents talks to filmer-maker Christine Garabedian about he new documentary 'Tortured Truth'.
IC looks at what makes any Olympic Games a success - the city's organizational skills or the number of world records broken.
A Dutch television journalist was killed when Russian warplanes bombed the Georgian city of Gori.
Reuters says it was disappointed by the Israeli military, which will not face action for the death of a Reuters cameraman.
A British journalist was detained during a protest near an Olympic venue, the journalist and an activist group said.
CNN's Anjali Rao and Fionnuala Sweeney discuss the issues that could overshadow the main event of the Olympics in Beijing.
International Correspondents discuss the issues that could overshadow the main event of the Olympics in Beijing.
International Correspondents discuss the bidding war for the first pictures of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's newborn twins.
IC looks at BBC2's drama charting the rise and fall of one of the most significant political figures in recent history.
International Correspondents looks at some of the censorship problems that journalists and photographers are facing in Iraq.
International Correspondents looks at how the media has covered Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic.
As Barack Obama's tour of the Middle East and Europe makes news headlines, IC asks if the election coverage is balanced?
IC looks at the story of news Anchor, Larry Mendte and how he gained access to Alycia Lane's accounts from home and at work.
International Correspondents looks at the fallout from the New Yorker's latest edition and asks if Obama is off limits to satire?
IC talks to CNN Correspondent, Betty Nguyen about her dangerous journey into Myanmar.
IC looks at how the arrival of twins to Hollywood A-listers, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt has sparked a media frenzy.
IC looks at whether the media paints an accurate reflection on what is taking place in the financial market.
IC looks at Beijing's Olympic Media Center where more than 25,000 journalists from around the world are expected during the Games.
IC talks to speak to "Mr Paparazzi", Darryn Lyons about his career and why we all seemed obsessed with celebrities.
IC looks at how the French media has covered Ingrid Betancourt's rescue story.
As dozens of journalists work in exile We look at what the future holds for the media in Zimbabwe.
IC looks at some of Seamus Murphy?s iconic images and speak to him for his impressions on Afghanistan then and now.
International Correspondents talks to Zimbabwean journalists about the crisis happening in their country.
Gordon Brown promised a new era, one without the spin of Tony Blair's administration IC looks his first year in power.
Ahead of the Euro 2008 final on Sunday, we look at media coverage of the competition this year.
IC talks to two Chinese journalists about how their country is reported.
IC talks to CBS news correspondent, Kimberly Dozier about the car bomb that left her fighting for life.