Jason Motlagh

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Jason Motlagh
Born Jason Motlagh
Occupation journalist, writer, photographer, filmmaker

Jason Motlagh is a journalist, writer, photographer, and filmmaker who has reported for media organisations including The Economist, The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Atlantic, The Christian Science Monitor, and U.S. News & World Report.[1] He is a Pulitzer Center International Reporting Fellow and former Kabul correspondent for TIME.[2] He was interviewed by Sacha Pfeiffer on NPR's nationally syndicated radio show On Point in 2016 concerning his work following migrants through the Darién Gap.[3]

Motlagh won the National Magazine Award in 2010 for News Reporting for a four-part series on the 2008 Mumbai attacks, titled Sixty Hours of Terror, published in the Virginia Quarterly Review.[4][5] Motlagh also received a Madeline Dane Ross Award from The Overseas Press Club for "best international reporting in the print medium or online showing a concern for the human condition" for his essay, The Ghosts of Rana Plaza, a report on the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh.[6][7] The essay also won the Daniel Pearl Award for best reporting on South Asia and was a finalist for the 2015 National Magazine Award in reporting.[4][8]

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