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KAN Deborah

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KAN Deborah

Deborah Kan在亚洲和美国的印刷业和广播新闻业已有15年多。目前,她是“亚洲华尔街日报”的执行制片人,视频新闻片段和日常生活杂志的编辑和记者,以及与商界领袖和决策者进行视频访谈。这些视频片断在世界上最大的付费新闻网站WSJ.com 登载,并通过“华尔街日报”即时新闻网络出现在iPad,iPhone和互联网电视中的现场新闻网。在2011年加入“华尔街日报”前,Deborah在路透社的“路透社内幕者”金融专业视频新闻部任新闻主播。Deborah的新闻主播经验还包括在“亚洲之星新闻”中担任主播。“亚洲之星新闻”是星空傳媒娛樂頻道“衛視合家歡台”的获奖新闻报道。Deborah还在“与德博拉侃谈”担任主持人。在她的职业生涯中,她曾经与商界和政界的领导人,其中包括美国副总统戈尔,巴基斯坦总理阿齐兹,菲律宾总统约瑟夫?埃斯特拉达等进行了独家采访。Deborah是采访了柬埔寨首相洪森的少数国际记者之一。Deborah也是唯一一位在2008年见证纽约爱乐乐团在朝鲜平壤进行历史性演出的、来自亚洲的电视记者。Deborah在旧金山的CBS子公司 - KPIX电视开始她的广播新闻事业生涯。在迁往香港之前,Deborah还是无线电视“新闻七点半”的主持。Deborah是1998年世界经济论坛全球青年领袖类的成员。

Deborah Kan’s career spans more than 15 years in print and broadcast journalism across Asia and the United States. Currently, she is executive producer at The Wall Street Journal in Asia, leading the daily production of video news segments with Journal editors and reporters, as well as video interviews with business leaders and decision-makers. These video segments are featured online at WSJ.com, the world’s largest paid news website, as well as via WSJ Live, the Journal’s live news network for the iPad, iPhone and Internet TV devices. Prior to joining the Journal in 2011, Ms. Kan was a news presenter with Reuters Insider, the video news division of Thomson Reuters for financial professionals. Her broadcast experience also includes roles as anchor of “Star News Asia”, the award-wining newscast on Star World, as well as presenter of “Talk with Deborah Kan”. Throughout her career, she has conducted exclusive interviews with leaders in business and politics, including U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and Philippine President Joseph Estrada. Ms. Kan was also one of few international journalists to have interviewed Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen, and was the only television journalist from Asia to accompany the New York Philharmonic for their historic 2008 performance in Pyongyang, North Korea. Ms. Kan began her broadcast journalism career in San Francisco with KPIX-TV, a CBS affiliate, before relocating to Hong Kong as host of TVB’s “News at Seven Thirty”. She was a member of the 1998 class of Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.