On today's Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. In a context of rising violence and repression, how can reporters tell the full story about what’s happening inside Syria -- and the international response? Will 2 million new Syria-related e-mails to be published by Wikileaks help? And with wildfires in the Mountain West and a countrywide heatwave, when does an extreme weather story become a global warming story? We will also talk about investigation into Colorado’s foreclosure system. We’ll be joined by Financial Times’ Michael Peel, Grist’s David Roberts and Denver Post’s David Migoya. Where did you see the best reporting this week? It’s the Your Call with Matt Martin, and you.
David Migoya, the investigations and personal finance reporter for the business desk at The Denver Post
Michael Peel, Financial Times Middle East correspondent
David Roberts, Staff writer for Grist.org, covering energy and climate change
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