Working mainly as a roving correspondent, Mark Weisenmiller is an author-historian-reporter who is based in Florida. He has been a print and radio reporter since the age of 16, as well as often contributing televised news reports to international TV news organizations.With his decades long experience of working for most of the world's international news wire agencies (which can be read in the following sentence), no borderline marks his reportorial territory. Previous employers include United Press International (UPI; both the print and radio divisions); the international news wire service, based in Germany, known as Deutsche Presse Agentur (dpa); Associated Press (AP) Radio; Agence France Presse (AFP); Inter Presse Service (IPS); The Economist, and the international Chinese news wire service Xinhua (pronounced SHIN-WA) News Agency (XNA). By clicking on, and reading, the link here, one can read my profile. Also, please keep in mind that, in addition to what is in my profile, I have reported from over 30 countries. The web link of my profile is http://www.alkapressinternational.com/about-the-author-html.
This is the web site that will tell all concerned all about my professional author-historian-journalism career.
This is a story that I wrote for the international Chinese news wire service Xinhua (pronounced SHIN-WA) News Agency about the then many Republican Party candidates trying to procure that party's 2012 Presidential candidacy.
This is a story that I wrote about The New Yorker political reporter Richard Rovere, who was the definitive political reporter for magazines in the United States in the second half of the 20th century.