Andrew Sussman oversees the wide-ranging operation that is PRI's The World. Part of the original team that launched the show, Sussman joined as a reporter and producer in 1995, and has worked pretty much every position since.
Before The World, Sussman oversaw a joint-venture newspaper collaboration with Komsomolskaya Pravda in Russia, where he also worked as an editor at The Moscow Times. He's also worked as a reporter with Radio France International in Paris. Sussman was a 2001 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.
Conflict & Justice
What so many of the attacks share, including Sunday's, is that they are shots to the human spirit. That spirit, however, will always be heard.
Arts, Culture & Media
Few knew at the time, but Jan. 1, 1996 marked the start of something that has endured — the weekday global affairs radio show The World.
The Olympics — packaged to perfection by Russian President Vladimir Putin and television— is giving us a glossy makeover of a country that few people really understand. The World's Andrew Sussman, a former Moscow correspondent, says it's hard to find the real Russia.