Ly Chheng

Ly Chheng was formerly FRONTLINE's senior developer. He was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area. Having studied English Literature at Stanford University and Creative Writing at Rutgers, it seemed only natural that he would become a web developer. Before joining FRONTLINE, he worked in Silicon Valley, then spent some time in the Midwest and New York City. He is now a complete Boston convert and considers himself a retroactive lifelong Red Sox fan (and has the baseball cap to prove it). When he's not working, he spends most of his time hiking, traveling, and watching soccer (a.k.a. football — go Arsenal!).

The Frontline Interviews: The Facebook Dilemma
Frontline filmed four dozen original interviews while making The Facebook Dilemma. Explore many of these interviews — and see how Frontline used them in the film — in this interactive version of The Facebook Dilemma, part of FRONTLINE's Transparency Project.
December 3, 2018
Heroin and Opioid Addiction, In Your Own Words
We asked the FRONTLINE audience to share their experiences with addiction. These are their stories.
March 3, 2016
Is It Gambling? How States View Daily Fantasy Sports
As daily fantasy sports have grown in popularity, so too have questions about whether the contests are even legal.
February 8, 2016
Map: How Zika Spread
The WHO warns that the Zika virus is "spreading explosively." But where did Zika come from? And how did it spread so fast?
January 29, 2016
Are Health Supplements Too Much of a Good Thing?
You probably don't need to eat 83 bowls of cereal in one sitting. Compare the nutrients you get from daily supplements to what researchers say your body actually needs.
January 15, 2016
The Libya Dossier
The Lockerbie bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was one of the worst terrorist attacks against Americans before 9/11, but only one man was ever convicted. Who else might have been involved? And why?
September 29, 2015
What the CIA Did to Its Detainees
Here's what we know about the 39 men who were subjected to the CIA's "enhanced interrogation techniques."
May 19, 2015
Ebola: Sounding the Alarm
When people in West Africa started dying of a mysterious illness in early 2014, no one knew the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history had begun. How did it get so bad?
May 5, 2015
In Mapping the Holocaust, a Horrifying Lesson in Nazi "Paths to Persecution"
Historians at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum have counted 42,500 Nazi concentration camps and ghettos, but even that figure may be conservative.
April 14, 2015
Who's Who in the Fight for Yemen
Who is fighting who in Yemen, and what does each side in the increasingly complex battle stand for?
April 6, 2015