James Allison won the Nobel prize for medicine this year. A video profile I did of him in 2014 explains why.
A strong relationship with your neighbors may help you survive a disaster. But many people don’t even know those who live nearby. Nextdoor, a social networking site and app, aims to help people connect.
My latest video on how Californians turned to social media network Nextdoor for earthquake relief.
Gluten-Free Diet: Healthy or Just a Fad?
Consumers are inundated with competing claims about how – and what — they should eat. Even a once tiny trend like the gluten-free diet has turned into a blockbuster. But is a diet without gluten really healthy?
Since producing this video, I scrutinize food labels.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came down over Ukraine Thursday after being hit by a surface-to-air missile like the Buk-M2 anti-aircraft system.
I filed this video report on the capabilities of the sophisticated weapons system.
A video I produced featuring the digestive-athletic event: Beer-mile racing.
The rules: Chug four beers and run a mile. Do it in under 4:57 and you break the world record.
(The work I do at WSJ is so varied. Within a week, I reported on the serious implications of the Isla Vista Shooter followed by this quirky beer-chugger competition.)
When there are serious concerns that someone is dangerous, as was the case with alleged Santa Barbara gunman Elliot Rodger, what is required of health professionals and police in preventing potential violent acts? I investigate in this video report.
I shot a tech report last week in S.F. at the Giants vs Dodgers game...in my Dodger-blue jacket. I got some sideways glances from the players and a "what were you thinking" from my husband. Little do folks know our son (who left the hospital sporting a Giants jersey) shares his name with a Giants player.
The video report focused on how Apple's iBeacon technology is being used to engage fans at the ballpark.
I produced a segment on the missing Boeing 777. It's an attempt to cut through the misinformation and summarize what we know thus far.
If deliberate action caused the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, who on board may be responsible? WSJ's Linda Freund reports. Video here.
This week I produced a video on the final decisions made by the passengers before boarding missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Philip Wood, an IBM executive, was one of those passengers. This WSJ video highlights some of their stories.
My five-month-old made his WSJ debut this week. We're starting his on-camera training early. It was such fun.
In an age of Ellen-induced selfie mania, the video he stars in asks: How young is too young to take a selfie? My five-month-old took his first one thanks to a new Android app called Baby Selfie. Never mind he still can't roll over.
Digest of Linda Freund's multimedia work.