Mohamad Chreyteh is a Lebanese award-winning journalist and filmmaker, specialized in covering current affairs, politics, conflict and terrorism, human-interest stories, minorities, refugees, and war reporting in the Middle East. He is currently working as a Senior Producer for BBC Arabic. He recently worked as Producer for BBC News in English (UK / global), and Video Journalist for BBC World service. Mohamad worked as Video Reporter at Agence France Press (AFP), and was the Middle East Producer at NTN24 and RCN, Colombia. He also was the Senior Producer and MENA Editor at Transterra Media, until August 2016, where he earned a very good experience in disrupting technology, start-up companies and has contributed to building online platforms that evolved the media production industry. Mohamad has produced and co-produced reports and digital content for top-level international broadcasters and websites including CNN, France 24, TF1, ZDF, ABC News, BBC, AOL, al-Jazeera and al-Arabia. Among the reports are features titled “Life Under ISIS Controlled Raqqa”, and “The Hannibal Gaddafi Files”. His written work has been published on international news websites including The Huffington Post Arabic, Daily Mail, The Diplomatic Observer, and Christian Science Monitor. Mohamad’s field experience includes work in conflict zones and hostile environments, including Syria and Lebanon. He holds certificates in HEFAT from “1st Option Safety,” hostile environment management from the “International Federation of Journalists” (FIJ) and HEFAT from “Trauma Training for Journalists” (TTJ).
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Arabic