Emiko Jozuka is a digital producer at CNN International.
Before CNN, she covered business, culture, technology and science at WIRED magazine then VICE Motherboard in London where she produced video, wrote features, and launched one column on Japan and another on the intersections of technology and development.
From 2010 to 2012, she lived in Istanbul, Turkey, where she worked for the Hurriyet Daily News and Economic Review contributing articles and video. In 2011, she freelanced from the predominantly Kurdish region of southeast Turkey, covering the Kurdish issue as well as other cultural, human rights and environmental topics. Emiko also wrote on the repercussions of the conflict in Syria from along the Turkish-Syrian border. Outside of journalism, she worked as a script developer and production staff in the indie Kurdish film scene. She is also the curator of the Joe Honda Archive.
Emiko was born in Japan but educated in the UK. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Turkish, and proficient in Japanese.