Award-winning Brazilian journalist Chris Delboni has been a foreign correspondent in the United States since 1993. She started her career as a magazine writer before becoming the Washington correspondent for Bandeirantes Radio Network. She was later hired by CBN Radio, a division of Globo Network giant, where she worked most of her tenure in Washington, D.C., both as a general assignment reporter and as a financial correspondent for Globo News TV, Globo Network’s 24-hour news channel. Delboni graduated in print journalism from American University’s School of Communication in 1992 and received a master’s in online journalism from the same institution in 2003. She produced, reported and edited stories daily for a variety of Brazilian mainstream media outlets – from newswire services and magazines to online news sites, radio and television before moving to South Florida, where she began teaching journalism and new media reporting in 2007 at the University of Miami School of Communication and worked with the Knight Center for International Media. In September 2009, she became the first news director for the South Florida News Service at Florida International University. She writes a column, Direto de Miami, published online at O Estado de S. Paulo, a major Brazilian newspaper.
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Leia nota do Portal IMPRENSA. Blog de jornalista do iG conquista prêmio no Brazilian International Press Award Redação Portal IMPRENSA | 02/05/2013 19:30 O Blog Direto de Miami, do iG, escrito pela jornalista Chris Delboni, que mostra algumas características de Miami, cidade preferida… Read More ›