Jason Bellini - Newsy

Jason Bellini

Specialty Reporter

Jason Bellini spent the past eight years as a senior video correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. There he produced and hosted a flagship magazine-style show that traveled the world to report on new technologies and other breakthroughs shaping our world. He also did award-winning enterprise reporting and led WSJ's on-the-ground video coverage of major news events. Jason is also an alum of Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and CNN.

Recent Work
Motorists charge their vehicles at a Tesla charging station in Emeryville
Godofredo A. Vásquez / APBusiness

Why Aren’t There More Electric Vehicles On The Road?

child eating

Children Are In Danger In Many Countries Due To A Food Shortage

Terry Gately

An American Escapes Russian Intimidation In Ukraine

Olena Zelenska, second from left, spouse of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, walks out of the State Department
Patrick Semansky / APWorld

Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska Makes Remarks To Congress

Iryna Dmytriyeva and her daughter Liza

Russian Missile Attack In Vinnytsia, Ukraine, Kills 23 People

an explosion
Ukranian GovernmentWorld

Ukraine's New Rocket Systems Appear To Be Setting Russia Back

Newsy Tonight Presents: Faces Of The War

Faces Of The War

Grain from Ukraine

Ukrainian Grain Is Being Stolen By Russia Amid The War

Twitter: Генеральний штаб ЗСУWorld

Russia Claims Key Victory In Eastern Ukraine

Majullah, a victim of the earthquake

Earthquake Creates Humanitarian Crisis In Afghanistan

shopping mall hit by missiles
Emergency Services UkraineWorld

Ukraine Receives Same Defensive System That Protects The White House

A field hospital in Mykolayiv, Ukraine receives a Starlink terminal in April
Public NikolaevWorld

Ukraine Receives Starlink Satellite Internet System From Elon Musk

Two military men are pictured.

2 Missing Americans Found In Russian Captivity May Get Death Penalty

People clear out debris of an apartment building damaged by shelling in Mykolaivka, eastern Ukraine
Evgeniy Maloletka / APWorld

Families Want Information On Missing Americans In Ukraine

Denys Kratt

Pride Month Holds New Weight For LGBTQ Ukrainians

A pile of grain in Ukraine

Food Prices, Hunger On The Rise Around The World Amid War In Ukraine

High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS

U.S. Sending Ukraine Advanced Weapons Systems

Foreign fighters in Ukraine

2 Foreign Fighters Share Stories Of Battle Against Russian Forces

Natalya Suhotsha looks at her 2-day-old new twin girls at the Lviv state regional perinatal center, western Ukraine
Nariman El-Mofty / APWorld

Ukrainian Mothers Give Birth As War Rages Outside


War Crime Watchdogs Investigate Atrocities, Exhume Bodies In Ivankiv

Smoke rises from the Metallurgical Combine Azovstal in Mariupol during shelling
Alexei Alexandrov / APWorld

Ukrainian Fighters Defend Steel Plant As Russia Celebrates Victory Day

Officers look through a warehouse of weapons.

Thousands Of Unexploded Russian Munitions Sit In Secret Kyiv Warehouse

Smoke rises from the Metallurgical Combine Azovstal in Mariupol, Ukraine

Russian Forces Appear To Have Breached Edge Of Mariupol Steel Plant

A woman hugs her neighbor during the funeral of her husband in Bucha, Ukraine
Emilio Morenatti / APWorld

Ukrainians Take DNA Tests To Help Identify Dead Bodies Of Loved Ones

Ukrainian civilian and drone squad leader Oleksiy Savchenko

Ukrainian Civilians Use Drones To Help Fight Against Russian Forces

A police officer inspects a destroyed area following a Russian missiles attack
Efrem Lukatsky / APWorld

Ukrainians Sift Through Destruction After Russian Missiles Hit Kyiv

Firefighters try to put out a fire following an explosion in Kyiv, Ukraine
Emilio Morenatti / APWorld

Explosions Rock Kyiv Again As Russians Rain Fire On Ukraine

A mental health facility in Borodyanka, Ukraine

Abuse Victim Speaks To Newsy About Attack By Russian Troops

A statue of Ukrainian national poet Taras Shevchenko

Russian Troops Destroy Ukrainian City Of Borodyanka

A Ukrainian serviceman walks amid the rubble of a building damaged by Russian forces.
Felipe Dana / APWorld

Ukrainians Push Harder Against Russia As Third Month Of War Begins