The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable

The Heat

The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable

Rio de Janeiro welcomes athletes from around the world for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Armed police officers patrol London after a shocking knife attack. Europe responds to the threat of terrorist attacks.

And more twists and turns in the U.S Presidential Race. How a father of a fallen U.S. soldier changed the conversation about being Muslim in America.

China prepares to welcome world leaders for the G20 Summit.

Tonight’s panel includes:

  • Ching-Yi Chang, White House correspondent and U.S. News Center chief editor for Shanghai Media Group
  • Yasmeen Alamiri, senior political reporter for the online publication, “Rare”
  • Martin Ganslmeier, correspondent and bureau Chief for ARD German Radio
  • Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable PT 1

The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable PT 1

Tonight's episode takes a roundtable look at the biggest stories and issues in the news. Tonight’s panel includes takes a look at the major news stories with, Ching-Yi Chang, White House correspondent and U.S. News Center chief editor for Shanghai Media Group, Yasmeen Alamiri, senior political reporter for the online publication, “Rare,” Martin Ganslmeier, correspondent and bureau Chief for ARD German Radio and Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.


The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable PT 2

The Heat: Reporters’ Roundtable PT 2

Tonight’s panel includes takes a look at the major news stories with, Ching-Yi Chang, White House correspondent and U.S. News Center chief editor for Shanghai Media Group, Yasmeen Alamiri, senior political reporter for the online publication, “Rare,” Martin Ganslmeier, correspondent and bureau Chief for ARD German Radio and Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.