Jason M. Breslow

Digital Editor

Jason Breslow no longer works for FRONTLINE. Previously, he was digital editor. Since joining in 2012, he covered everything from the concussion crisis in the NFL, to the 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath. As digital editor, Breslow directed FRONTLINE's daily online story coverage, as well as the digital coverage around each of the series' films.

Jason previously worked as a reporter and producer for The Boston Globe, PBS NewsHour, Bloomberg, The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Washingtonian. He grew up in New Jersey, earned his bachelor's degree from American University and has a master's from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

What the Manafort Indictment Reveals About What Drove Putin
While the White House says that the indictment of Paul Manafort has nothing to do with President Trump or his campaign, Manafort’s Ukrainian connections put him near the center of a political drama that experts call a prelude to Russia’s eventual determination to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
October 31, 2017
Who is Steve Bannon? The View from Four Breitbart Staffers
What's it like to work for Steve Bannon? Four Breitbart staffers, past and present, tell all.
May 23, 2017
The FRONTLINE Interview: Alex Marlow
The editor-in-chief of Breitbart News talks to FRONTLINE about what it was like to work with Steve Bannon, how Bannon turned Breitbart into a dominant force in Republican politics, and fires back at critics who say he injected racism into the site’s coverage.
May 23, 2017
The FRONTLINE Interview: Kurt Bardella
Steve Bannon wanted Breitbart to be "the most dominant voice in the Republican Party space." He would instead turn the site into "the propaganda vehicle for the Trump campaign," says Kurt Bardella, a former spokesman for Breitbart.
May 23, 2017
The FRONTLINE Interview: Joel Pollak
Joel Pollak is the senior editor-at-large for Breitbart News and the author of "How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution." In this interview, Pollak traces how Breitbart evolved from an organization focused largely on Hollywood and culture, to a must-read website for anyone following conservative politics – including Donald Trump himself.
May 23, 2017
Q&A: Why Paul Greenberg Spent a Year of His Life Eating Fish
Paul Greenberg, the author of "American Catch" and "Four Fish," shares some lessons learned from his year of eating fish for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
April 25, 2017
Chuck Hagel: Closing Guantanamo is an "Imperfect Process"
There's no way to 100 percent guarantee that any detainee transferred out of Guantanamo won't return to terror, says the former Defense Secretary, but "we’re talking about people’s lives here, and we’ve made mistakes."
February 21, 2017
Matt Olsen: "Politics" Kept Guantanamo Open, "Not National Security"
"Do we really want to continue to keep people forever in a prison in Cuba?", asks the former director of the National Counterterrorism Center.
February 21, 2017
The FRONTLINE Interviews: Trump's Road to the White House
How did Donald Trump win the presidency? FRONTLINE's collection of interviews traces key moments from the campaign, as told by insiders who were there at the center of election 2016.
January 24, 2017
The Opposition Strategy: An Oral History
The GOP’s return to power is one that took many turns and involved multiple setbacks. But the opening chapter can be traced to the night of Obama’s inauguration.
January 17, 2017
Race in the Obama Era: An Oral History
Over the course of his presidency, Barack Obama was time and again forced to confront events that re-exposed old wounds, and tested the true extent of racial progress in America.
January 17, 2017
Gwen Ifill, Acclaimed Journalist and PBS Anchor, Dies at 61
Gwen Ifill, the veteran PBS news anchor and one of the nation's most prominent African-American journalists, died Monday after a long battle with cancer. She was 61.
November 14, 2016