Benjamin Gottlieb

Benjamin Gottlieb

Kcrw Staff/Producer

Benjamin Max Gottlieb is an Emmy Award-winning producer, reporter and photographer from Los Angeles, California.

His work has been featured in a variety of news outlets, including the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, CNN International, NPR, Global Post, KCET Public Television and the Santa Barbara Independent, among others.

Benjamin has a passion for international news coverage, having traveled to more than 30 countries for work and pleasure. He has lived and reported from Hong Kong and was awarded a Knight Foundation Grant for Religion Reporting in 2012, traveling to northern India to cover the country's fledgling adoption network and burgeoning beef industry.

While his Cantonese and Hindi are rudimentary at best, Benjamin is a competent Spanish speaker.

Benjamin Gottlieb on KCRW

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