Jim Clancy

anchor, CNN International

From 1982 to 1996, Jim Clancy was a CNN International correspondent in the Beirut, Frankfurt, Rome and London bureaus. During this time, he won the George Polk Award for his reporting on the genocide in Rwanda, the Alfred I. duPont Award for coverage of the war in Bosnia, and an Emmy Award for reporting on the famine and international intervention in Somalia. He joined CNN in 1981 as a national correspondent, after an extensive, award-winning career in local radio and television in Denver and San Francisco.

From 1982 to 1996, Jim Clancy was a CNN International correspondent in the Beirut, Frankfurt, Rome and London bureaus. During this time, he won the George Polk Award for his reporting on the genocide in Rwanda, the Alfred I. duPont Award for coverage of the war in Bosnia, and an Emmy Award for reporting on the famine and international intervention in Somalia. He joined CNN in 1981 as a national correspondent, after an extensive, award-winning career in local radio and television in Denver and San Francisco.

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