Bernard Goldberg
Bryan Gumbel
Joseph Perskie
Undercover reporting figured in this first sports program ever to win a DuPont-Columbia award (and also an sports Emmy the year before). The field producer, David Higgs, equipped himself with hidden cameras after police and local authorities resisted his efforts to report the story openly. What Higgs was able to document on camera backed up Bernard Goldberg's interview with Ansar Burney, a human rights worker who told him that a UAE ban on the use of jockeys under the age of fifteen or under one hundred pounds remained largely ineffectual. Burney charged that most of the young jockeys had been forced into a form of enslavement to their trainers, having been bought or kidnapped from their homes in Bangladesh, Pakistan, and elsewhere.
"48 Hours Goes Undercover Into the International Sex Slave Trade"
Rebecca Leung
From CBS 48 Hours site: ". . . Posing as traffickers from America, 48 Hours crews went undercover, hoping to rescue a victim of this insidious industry. To infiltrate this world, crews hired streetwise journalists Paul Radu and Daniel Neamu as guides. "Like many poor Eastern European countries, Romania has become a popular place for international traffickers looking to recruit, or even purchase, girls."
David Schisgall
Nina Alvarez
Priya Swaminathan
From WorldCat: "Very young girls is an expose of human trafficking that follows thirteen and fourteen year old American girls as they are seduced, abused, and sold on New York's streets by pimps, and treated as adult criminals by police. The film follows the barely-adolescent girls in real time, using verity and intimate interviews. The film identifies hope for these girls in the organization GEMS (Girls Education and Mentoring Services), a recovery center founded and run by Rachel Lloyd, herself a survivor of sexual exploitation--Producer."
“To Catch a Predator” is propping up NBC’s Dateline, but at what cost?
Douglas McCollam
A criticism of the hidden costs of the popular NBC Dateline series, To Catch A Predator
Things went south for the parade of men who showed up at the undercover 'Predator' house thinking they would meet a young girl home alone
Chris Hansen
The last episode of To Catch A Predator
When 'To Catch a Predator' rented a multi-million dollar home on the Jersey shore, 28 men showed up -- sometimes two at a time.
Chris Hansen
Part two of the Ocean County, NJ To Catch a Predator episode.
Despite knowing NBC's 'To Catch a Predator,' men still showed up to meet teens at the undercover house on the New Jersey shore. 'When do I get to see myself on TV?' asked one
Chris Hansen
Part one of two of a To Catch A Predator episode in Ocean County, NJ.
Part 2 of the Flagler Beach, Fla. investigation: A police officer from another town arrives with a gun in his pocket and an arsenal in his car
Chris Hansen
Part two of the Florida hidden camera series
Part 1 of the Flagler Beach, Fla. investigation: Where families crowd beaches and theme parks, and potential predators crowd the Internet
Chris Hansen
Part one of a "Predator" hidden camera series in Florida
Chris Hansen
This episode of To Catch A Predator includes the controversial attempt to arrest D.A. Louis Conradt, who committed suicide as a SWAT team approached him.
Part 2 of the Long Beach, Calif. investigation: Presumably to avoid a sting, one potential predator suggests meeting at a park in broad daylight
Chris Hansen
Part two of the Long Beach, CA Dateline "predator" series.
Two firsts in the Long Beach, Calif. investigation: A man from a previous sting shows up again; while our presence in town is leaked online
Chris Hansen
Part one of a two part Dateline "Predator" series in Long Beach, CA.
The latest 'Predator' investigation uncovers some prominent men caught in what police say are criminal acts. These men risk losing their jobs... and in some cases, perhaps even their freedom
Chris Hansen
Part two of the California Dateline "predator" hidden camera series.
A new investigation, a new set-up (in the backyard), and more men caught on camera in a town already home to two high-profile predator cases
Chris Hansen
Part one of a Dateline "Predator" hidden camera show in California.
Some potential predators drive hours to a rural area in Fortson, Ga. One even arrives by big rig
Chris Hansen
Part two of the Dateline hidden camera sting in Georgia
Despite awareness of previous Dateline investigations, some potential predators show up anyway
Chris Hansen
Part one of a Dateline "To Catch A Predator" hidden camera sting in Georgia
The men we met during the latest 'To Catch a Predator' investigation
Chris Hansen
Chris Hansen and the "To Catch A Predator" crew are invited to Florida by law enforcement for a hidden camera sting.
Meet more of the men from our Ohio investigation
Chris Hansen
Part two of the Greenville, OH "To Catch A Predator" series.
Despite awareness of recent stings, some potential predators still take a chance and make a date online with an underaged teen
Chris Hansen
Dateline goes to Fort Meyers Fla, to continue their popular To Catch A Predator hidden camera series.
Dateline's ongoing hidden camera investigation into computer sex predators--grown men, trolling the Web for sex with minors. This time, police are making arrests
Chris Hansen
The third "To Catch A Predator" style investigation. This is the first instance of police involvement
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