NPR memoriam for Mo Nabbous, citizen journalist of TV Libya AlhurraA Point of View, Libya, Middle East & North Africa, Politics | Sandra | March 23, 2011 at 11:02
NPR’s Andy Carvin talks in this NPR memoriam about Mohammed (Mo) Nabbous, the citizen journalist who started TV Libya Alhurra with his laptop on February 18 and was assassinated by a sniper’s bullet on March 18.
One month to the day of reporting minute-by-minute action of a people’s uprising against tyranny. With no international press and the only TV outlet Libyan State TV, Â Mo was the only voice of Free Libya for days.
He was silences and his life taken by pro-Gaddafi forces, but his work is remembered here and in the hearts of the hundreds who followed him from all corners of the world.
NPR by Andy Carvin:
Remembering Mo Nabbous, ‘The Face of Libyan Citizen Journalism’ http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=134770586&m=134764364
More on NPR and Mo: Â The Two-Way : NPR http://n.pr/eq6DB4