MexicoReporter.com is the personal website of Deborah Bonello, a British multi-media journalist. She was based in Mexico City for the Los Angeles Times, but is now based in London and works as a VJ and video producer for the Financial Times. TheVideoReporter.com is her London-based site.
Richard Sambrook has 30 years of experience in BBC journalism, in positions including director of news and director of BBC World Service and global news. He spoke exclusively to TheVideoReporter.com about a new report out this week on the future of international reporting. Filmed and produced by Deborah Bonello for TheVideoReporter.com.
Hong Kong’s property extremes show that many of being left out of the city’s boom. Without the development of low-income jobs as part of it’s rapid economic development, thousands will continue to live in dismal conditions. Produced by Deborah Bonello and Justine Lau. Filmed and edited by Deborah Bonello.
Premier Wen Jiabao made some surprisingly reassuring promises at this weeks World Economic Forum in Tianjin to foreign corporate executives worried about the difficulty of doing business in China. But growing competition from domestic companies could mean that conditions remain tough for foreign investors in the years to come. Stefan Wagstyl, emerging markets editor, reports from China. Filmed, produced and edited by Deborah Bonello. This film was created for the Financial Times and published ...
Call centres were encouraged to set up shop in Italy's poorer south by government and EU incentives. But the end of those boosts have seen some fly-by-night companies shut up shop and their managers arrested as investigations continue. Thousands have been made redundant, some with wages owed in a region plagued by high unemployment. Filmed, produced and edited for the Financial Times by Deborah Bonello. http://video.ft.com/v/441588734001/Call-centre-closures-hit-Italy-s-south
Demolition companies in the UK aren't just wielding wrecking balls on a path of destruction. Sustainability has become a big part of their business, and many projects have shifted from destruction to careful deconstruction. Construction reporter Ed Hammond reports. Produced and edited be Deborah Bonello. Filmed by Greg Bobillot and Marc Taylor.
The economist Muhhamad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank, speaks to the FT about why he thinks the banking crisis has given the world a chance to redesign the financial system, why profit shouldn’t always be the motivational force behind business, and how social enterprises can take some of the financial strain off governments. Produced and edited by Deborah Bonello. Filmed by Deborah Bonello and Gregory Bobillot.