Sonia Narang is a multimedia journalist. Her work as a videographer, reporter, and photographer has taken her around the globe.
 
 

Camels for Cash: India's Fleeting Camel Trade, Time.com

Camels for Cash: India’s Fleeting Camel Trade, Time.com

The camel trade may not have a place in modern India, but it still thrives at the annual camel fair in Pushkar. Video reported, produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
Rags to Riches, New York Times

Rags to Riches, New York Times

Indian entrepreneur Ashok Khade revisits his native village, where he was of the lowest caste. Through hard work, determination and India's economic reforms, he rose from untouchable to CEO of his own engineering firm. Video produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
India's Government Goes Green, GlobalPost

India’s Government Goes Green, GlobalPost

In India's capital city of New Delhi, solar panels are popping up all over prominent buildings. It's part of a larger plan to increase solar energy capacity in a nation with severe power outages. Video reported, produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
The Yokome Brothers Keep Japanese Sanshin Alive, PRI's The World

The Yokome Brothers Keep Japanese Sanshin Alive, PRI’s The World

A duo of Okinawan musicians continue the tradition of sanshin music in the southern Japanese islands. Radio story produced and reported by Sonia Narang. Accompanying video filmed and edited by Sonia Narang.
Tsunami Survivors Stay Put Despite Hardships, GlobalPost

Tsunami Survivors Stay Put Despite Hardships, GlobalPost

At shelters throughout the hard-hit coastal town of Ishinomaki, survivors of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami sleep on blankets surrounded by cardboard boxes. Despite the lack of privacy and cramped, sparse conditions, evacuees say moving away is not an option.
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Vieux Farka Touré Performance, PRI's The World

Vieux Farka Touré Performance, PRI’s The World

Vieux Farka Touré of Mali visits PRI's The World in Boston, and performs a solo rendition of his song Kele Magni, which means "The War Must Stop" in the Bambara language.
Germany a Wind Power Leader, Monocle 24

Germany a Wind Power Leader, Monocle 24

Since Germany decided to shut off its nuclear power plants in the aftermath of Japan’s Fukushima disaster, the country has focused on alternative energy solutions, particularly wind. Sonia Narang reports from the international wind energy expo in the northern German town of Husum.
The Other Bollywood: Tamil Cinema Makes a Name for Itself, GlobalPost

The Other Bollywood: Tamil Cinema Makes a Name for Itself, GlobalPost

Sonia Narang reports from Chennai, India, on a new wave of hard-hitting, realistic cinema that's shaking up the Tamil language film industry.
The Nizami Bandhu, A Family Devoted to Qawwali, PRI's The World

The Nizami Bandhu, A Family Devoted to Qawwali, PRI’s The World

The Nizami Bandhu, who sing Qawwali music as a form of worship in one of India's oldest Sufi shrines, have been passing the music down to younger generations. Produced and reported by Sonia Narang.
Rural India Turns to Solar Power, PRI's The World

Rural India Turns to Solar Power, PRI’s The World

Sonia Narang reports from southern India on the growth of solar power in rural parts of the country. Small loans have made solar panels available to homes and businesses that otherwise suffer from India’s severe electricity shortage.