Paul Chaderjian is writer, broadcast journalist and documentary film producer. He has written, produced and reported for ABC News in New York City, Al Jazeera International in Doha, Qatar, a number of US television network affiliates in Fresno, New York and Honolulu, CNN International, Current TV, Russia Today and Voice of America. He has also field-produced for EuroNews and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Show in Armenia and for ABC News and ABC’s Good Morning America in California. Paul began his television reporting career at the age of 13 as a member of the Fresno Unified School District’s weekly TV show, SchoolReel. At 16 he began producing and co-hosting an all-youth weekly television broadcast called Cable Kids.
He has since been involved as a host and producer of a number of community television shows including Book Talk – a weekly Central California talk show about books, journalism and the arts – and Horizon TV, a weekly news magazine serving the Armenian diaspora. Paul has a graduate degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from California State University, Fresno, and an undergraduate degree in Cinema-TV production from the University of Southern California. Paul has published a book of short stories titled Doing Time in Hollywood (1998) and penned a novel called Letters to Barbra (2017).