“Gutsy Reporting Takes Viewers Right to the Edge of the Danger Zone”
Follow @azmatzahraNovember 8, 2011, 11:32 am ET
Calling it a chilling “you-are-almost-there primer on the Syrian uprising,” Newsday’s Verne Gay gives FRONTLINE’s two-part Syria special airing tonight an “A.”
In the first segment, Syria Undercover, reporter Ramita Navai breaks Syria’s ban on independent journalists to embed with some of Syria’s most wanted dissidents. Gay writes:
Gay writes that the second segment, The Regime, captures the big picture of the Syrian uprising “with that inimitable ‘Frontline’ sobriety.”
Syria Undercover and The Regime air this evening. We hope you’ll watch.
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