Jason Maloney

Jason Maloney

Clinical Associate Professor

Jason Maloney is an award-winning cameraman, editor and news and documentary producer specializing in foreign affairs coverage. His work has appeared on ABC, CBC, CBS, CNN, Discovery, HDNet, PBS, Nytimes.com and Time.com. He teaches courses on multi-media production and international crisis reporting. In 2014, he launched GlobalBeat, NYU’s international reporting program that brings graduate students overseas for hands-on video reporting for PBS.

In recent years, Jason has reported for PBS NewsHour from over 30 countries, covering notable political leaders such as Aung San Suu Kyi, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Joko Widowo, Narendra Modi, Paul Kagame, Jose Ramos Horta and Martin McGuinness. Prior to his work for the NewsHour, Jason produced major programs for Now on PBS and HDNet World Report on UN peacekeeping in the Congo, the Nashi youth movement in Russia, the rise of the Indian middle class, and the 2008 Russia-Georgia conflict. “Uganda’s Silent War”, which Jason wrote, produced, shot and edited in 2007, won the Robert F. Kennedy Award, a First Place National Headliner Award and earned two Emmy Nominations.

In 2006, Jason developed and served as editorial producer on a duPont award-winning documentary for the New York Times on nuclear proliferation. In the summer of 2004, he traveled with current UN Ambassador Samantha Power to the Darfur region of Sudan to report for the CBS News 60 Minutes on the humanitarian crisis there. While based in Southeast Asia in 2002, Jason produced, shot and edited “A Dirty War” for PBS NOW with Bill Moyers on the civil war in Aceh, Indonesia. In 1999, he produced his first independent documentary while on an International Reporting Project fellowship in Guinea-Bissau. From 1996 to 2001 Jason worked at ABC News Primetime Live, with assignments that took him from Siberia to Yemen to the American South.

Jason holds a BA from Dartmouth College and a Masters from the London School of Economics. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Directors Guild of America. Jason is the co-author of Your America, published July 2008 by Palgrave MacMillan.

Jason is co-founder of the Bureau for International Reporting (BIR) – a non-profit organization dedicated to producing and providing vital international television news programming to an American audience.

Published Works

PBS
Indonesian Province Turns up Sharia Law After Devastating Tsunami
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Grassroots Reformer and Former Military General Vie for Presidency in Indonesia
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
In Senegal, Thousands of Young Boys Forced into Begging System for Koranic study
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Push for National Census Reveals Scars of Bosnia’s Painful Past
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
In Race to Develop Myanmar, Government Grabs Farmland for Factories
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Myanmar’s Democracy Transition Marred by Anti-Muslim Rhetoric and Violence
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Muslim-Christian Relations Strained by Violence in Kenya’s Coastal Region
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Memories of Violence Haunt Upcoming Presidential Election in Kenya
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Loved and Loathed, Indian Politician Narendra Modi Seeks Re-election
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
U.S. and U.K. Entangled in Legal Battle to Release Former IRA Militants’ Stories
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Peace in Northern Ireland, But Religious Divide Remains
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Imperfect justice in Cambodia
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Myanmar Newsrooms: Proving Grounds for Nascent Freedoms
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Myanmar Prepares for Election, Tests out a Freer Society
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Thailand Grapples With Deadly Tensions Between Muslims, Buddhists
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
On Liberia’s Natural Resources
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Liberia Struggles to Care for Mentally Ill
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Liberians Head to Polls
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Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Ukraine Struggles to Curb HIV Epidemic
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Ukraine Runs Into Reversals
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Assassination Inquiry in Lebanon
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
The New York Times
China Halts Exports of Rare Earths
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
New Generation of Voters in Bosnia
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
Time
Rwanda’s Elections
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Saving Haiti’s Mothers
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Haiti’s Moment of Hope
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Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Justice Delayed
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Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
East Timor: A Fragile State
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Can the UN Keep the Peace?
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
The Bureau for International Reporting
Russian, Muslim and at Peace
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Inside Abkhazia
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
India Rising
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
60 Minutes
A Journey Through Darfur
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Uganda’s Silent War
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
Votes for Sale?
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor
PBS
A Dirty War
Jason Maloney
Clinical Associate Professor