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Deema Zein is an associate producer of digital video. She produces and hosts PBS Newshour's new digital series Five Stories.
In her time at NewsHour, Zein has reported and produced stories about the U.S./ Mexico border, COVID-19’s impact on the fashion industry, children suffering from Myopia and DC’s historic “Black Broadway” among others.
She has worked with new innovations like 360, VR and AR videos and also manages live-streaming and other digital needs. She studied communications and theater at George Mason University and has a masters’s degree from Georgetown University in Journalism with a focus in immersive storytelling. At Georgetown, Zein and her team received an honorable mention at The White House News Photographers Association, General news/ feature with narration category for their immersive video on the effects of climate change in Iceland. Zein lives with her dog, Habibi, in Washington, D.C.
Florida grapples with a deadly red tide, chefs push back against gas stove bans and eager travelers face long delays when renewing passports. Check out these stories and others you might have missed on this week's episode of 5 Stories.
Puppy love is in their genes, wrongful arrests highlight bias in facial recognition software and the world’s oldest tennis player takes the court. Check out these stories and others you might have missed on this week's episode of 5 Stories.
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Reducing stress could reverse graying hair. Watch 5 Stories host Deema Zein explain what the latest research reveals as part of our weekly show featuring interesting stories from around the world.
Who knew putting a giant pair of googly eyes on a buoy could help save sea birds? Watch 5 Stories host Deema Zein explain how it works as part of our weekly show featuring interesting stories from around the world.
Our new series explores the stories you may have overlooked, from an explosive naval test to new data on COVID-19 to a trash net made of bubbles. Join us every Friday for five new stories!…
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