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Meet Swedish Radio's voice from Rio

Updated onsdag 24 augusti 2016 kl 11.13
Published tisdag 23 augusti 2016 kl 11.36
Lotten Collin: I'm looking forward to meeting all the people coming to see us
(9:57 min)
Lotten Collin reporting in Havanna, Cuba. Photo: Swedish Radio.
Lotten Collin reporting in Havanna, Cuba. Photo: Swedish Radio.

For the past 10 years, Swedish Radio has gathered its team of foreign correspondents in Stockholm for a week to sit down with their peers, socialize with listeners and, yes, even squeeze in a work meeting or two. Lotten Collin is one of those correspondents.

With the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has been in the spotlight and, as a reporter, Collin has been following the country and greater region for several years.

Collin has covered Central and South America for the past three years for Swedish Radio. This week she is home in Sweden with a number of other Swedish Radio foreign correspondents to meet with members of the public.

Collin joined Radio Sweden in the studio on Tuesday to talk about covering news in Brazil, the region's largest economy that just finished hosting the Olympic Games and may impeach its president later this month.

Swedish Radio's correspondents will be at Stockholm's Söder Teatern on Tuesday starting at 4 p.m. for a series of panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions with the audience. 

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