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Teresa Cebrian

Producer, PBS NewsHour
Washington, DC US
Available for Full Time
Available for Freelance
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I'm an award-winning producer, journalist and filmmaker with a passion for producing stories that inspire and motivate change. My curiosity for the world is as authentic as critical to the kind of work that I do. Madrid, NYC, Rome, and D.C. are all home.


Teresa is currently a foreign affairs producer at PBS NewsHour, producing and writing daily segments for the millions of viewers in the U.S. and beyond who depend on PBS for timely, relevant information on the worlds biggest issues. Shes equally comfortable working in studio or on location, and contributed to the PBS NewsHours coverage of the war in Ukraine, which won a duPont-Columbia Award in 2023. Prior to that, Teresa worked on the Emmy-nominated show Counter Space on VICE TV, and in 2020 co-directed her first independent film Stay the Course with funding from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The film screened at DOC NYC, Americas largest documentary film festival. Previously, she was a communications consultant at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Her career in production, journalism and communications spans across different disciplines and continents, where shes built lasting connections with sources, directors, talent and industry leaders alike. She holds a B.A. in International Relations from Brown University, a Masters in journalism from Columbias Graduate School of Journalism and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University. She speaks fluent English, Spanish, French and Italian and is proficient in Portuguese.

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