I am a journalist, filmmaker, and author. At NBC News I was a news editor, assignment editor, writer, producer and senior producer on Today, Sunday Today, Early Today, documentaries and for many news specials. At NBC News, I served as bureau chief in Saigon, Southeast Asia bureau chief based in Hong Kong and as bureau chief in London. At ABC News Productions I produced documentaries for A&E, History Channel, Discovery, and TLC (The Learning Channel.) As an independent filmmaker with Douglas/Steinman Productions, my films include, Luboml:My Heart Remembers, My Grandfather's House, I thought I Could Fly and The Dance Goodbye in release in the Spring of 2015. My books include The "Soldiers' Story," 'The Soldiers' Story:The Illustrated Edition," out in the Fall of 2015, "A Saigon Journal: Inside Television' s First War," "Notebooks," "Women in Vietnam," and a novel, "Death in Saigon." I was a columnist and executive editor for the Digital Journalist and The Digital Filmmaker. On occasion I write about media, film and photography for various online magazines.
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Survival Manual: A Memoir of Near Death, Illness and Survival
This memoir is my story of how I survived a near fatal illness, had many surgeries, spent almost 30 days in hospital, lived on pain killers and survived against all odds. During those days I recall many of my adventures in TV news covering stories around the world for NBC News. In some ways,it may inspire others to keep going when everything seems darkest.
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