Lara Logan’s sexual assault by a Cairo mob should have media organizations rethinking how they might better support reporters in the field, especially if they are female. Former CBC Radio News Managing Editor and NPR News VP Jeffrey Dvorkin has some suggestions about where news managers might look.
Jeffrey Dvorkin teaches in the journalism program at Centennial College/University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. He is a member of the Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma and the Executive Director of the Organization of News Ombudsmen.
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