LISTEN to “La Montaña” in WAIT FOR ME

  WASHINGTON, DC, 21 MAY 2022 — I’m delighted to post this image and audio excerpt from my memoir, Wait for Me: True Stories of War, Love and Rock & Roll. The audio version of the book was released a couple of weeks ago and I’m finding it to be an exciting component of the […]

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WASHINGTON, DC, 25 February 2022 — Now that the world is faced with the first major war in Europe since World War II, this might be the appropriate time to discuss the real, human cost of war. Join me at the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) one week from today, Friday 4 March, as I present […]

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AU-Pulitzer Center Int’l Reporting Fellowship Winners

WASHINGTON, DC, 30 April 2020 — We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s AU-Pulitzer Center International Reporting Fellowships, selected from a highly competitive field of applicants from across American University (AU). Emily Hayes (L) is a graduate student studying international journalism and public affairs. Her research focuses on rural depopulation and economic migration […]

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Freelancers: Valuable and Vulnerable

WASHINGTON, DC, 5 December 2019 — I’m delighted to share my article, published in the latest edition of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) magazine, commonly known as “The Voice of Visual Journalists.” As many of you know, I’ve embarked on a mission of supporting freelance journalists working abroad, with my documentary series, FREELANCERS with […]

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FREELANCERS: Mexico Launched

WASHINGTON, DC, 14 October 2019 — The Mexico episode of FREELANCERS with Bill Gentile is now available on multiple platforms including iTunes, Amazon, Video On Demand and Google Play. SPREAD THE WORD — and the Truth — about real journalism. See — Bill Gentile

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Sandinista Anniversary Pictures, Stories, Analysis

WASHINGTON, DC, 7 August 2019 — I’ve recently returned from a brief visit to Nicaragua, where the Sandinista government marked the 40th anniversary of the overthrow of the US-backed Somoza dictatorship. I was one of a handful of journalists who covered that historic event on July 19, 1979. To mark that event, I wrote a […]

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