Ceren is a political operative, journalist, and academic who has been involved in politics and media for almost a decade.
Ceren is a PhD Candidate at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, with expertise in political persuasion, media influence, and the use of new communication technologies.
He was involved in academic policy debate as both an undergraduate debater and a coach, and from 2002 to 2008 he helped coach teams from Dartmouth College and then from the University of Southern California.
Ceren has been involved in journalism since 2003, and has been a formal contributor to over a dozen outlets and blogs on issues ranging from international geopolitics to market dynamics to social media branding.
He has been published in magazines such as Commentary, in international outlets such as The Jerusalem Post, and in local media such as The Los Angeles Jewish Journal. His investigative journalism has been cited by The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, the BBC, Reuters, the Associated Press, The Jerusalem Post, and dozens of other outlets.
Listen in for an informative conversation about what’s really happening in Israel right now: the media and talking heads seem to be very influenced by Palestinian publicists, rather than the true state of affairs. With Omri’s help, we’ll set the record straight!