Brian Zumhagen has been a weekend anchor at WNYC since 2003. His career in journalism started in 1993, with an internship in the press office of the German Green Party’s parliamentary delegation. Brian went on to spend the rest of the ‘90s working as a reporter, producer, and fill-in anchor at NPR member station KQED in San Francisco. He’s returned to Germany several times over the years for reporting projects. Most recently, he won a grant from the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship to produce radio features for the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Before coming to WNYC, Brian was a frequent contributor to PRI’s The World. He reported for the program on 9/11 and served as the show’s United Nations correspondent during the run-up to the Iraq war. Brian lives in Queens with his wife and children.
White House Rethinking Site for 9/11 Trials Amid Public Outcry
Monday, February 01, 2010
New York, NY —
There have been more and more indications in recent days that the Obama administration is reconsidering its plan to try self-proclaimed 9/11 planner Khalid Sheikh Mohamed and four alleged co-conspirators in Lower Manhattan. WNYC’s Brian Zumhagen has been following this story.