Thursday, November 27, 2008
Sara Sidner is a CNN reporter. She has been reporting on the Mumbai attacks as CNN's New Delhi-based international correspondent. Prior to this, she investigated an organ selling scheme in India, covered the oil conglomerate Reliance's IPO on the stock exchange, and reported on India's export industry.
Before joining CNN in 2008, Sara Sidner worked at KTVU, a local TV station in the Bay Area, as both an anchor and reporter. She covered the rescue of four hikers lost in the Sierra mountains as well as the tragic case of a girl found dead in Castro Valley. She also reported on the Southeast Asia tsunami on location in Sri Lanka in 2004.
For her journalistic efforts, Sidner has won the Northern California Radio and Television News Directors award for Reporting, the Peninsula Press Club first place award for Reporting, and four Emmy nominations.