Lorne Matalon is the Fronteras reporter based in Marfa, Texas at Marfa Public Radio. He began reporting from Latin America in 2007 where he was based in Mexico City for The World, a co-production of the BBC World Service, Public Radio International and NPR member station WGBH, Boston.

Previously he was at NPR member stations WUNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina  and WBUR, Boston. During that time he filed for NPR from Haiti and Mongolia. Prior to working at WBUR, Matalon was a television reporter in Boston and at CBC Television where he reported from Canada, the U.S., Brazil and Cuba. He has filed from Panama, Mongolia and the Outer Banks of North Carolina for National Geographic's online news service. His articles and photographs have appeared in the Boston Globe, the San Diego Union-Tribune, ReVista, published by Harvard's David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, La Recherche (Paris) and The World Today (London) a publication of the international affairs organization Chatham House. He has produced several television documentaries, among them Brazil: Amazon War, Sudan: Freedom for Sale and Guantanamo.

Follow him on Twitter: @matalon.

Title Author Publication Date
Borderland Exodus: Towns Near Path Of Proposed Mexican Pipelines Suffer Rash Of Violence Lorne Matalon October 26, 2015
'El Chapo' Guzmán Injured In Confrontation With Mexican Marines Lorne Matalon October 19, 2015
An Industry Divided: Refiners Take On Big Oil In Fight Over Crude Oil Export Ban Lorne Matalon September 30, 2015
Greater US Security Threat: Mexican Border Or Canadian Border? Lorne Matalon September 20, 2015
US Citizens Skirting Border Laws To Survive On Rio Grande Lorne Matalon September 11, 2015
House Homeland Security Member To Ask US State Department To Revisit Border Warning Lorne Matalon September 08, 2015
Wind Power's Growth In Texas Triggers Challenge To Renewable Energy Mandates Lorne Matalon July 10, 2015
Referendum On Peña Nieto: Mexico Midterm Election Has Implications For US Lorne Matalon June 05, 2015
Border Wetland Uses Treated Wastewater As Congress Considers Wetland Funding Lorne Matalon May 26, 2015
Identifying The Nameless: Advancing The Science Of Human Decomposition To Identify Deceased Migrants Lorne Matalon May 07, 2015
Mexican Venture Capital Seeks Gold In Rubble Of Oil Downturn Lorne Matalon May 04, 2015
Health Risks Of Living In US Border Colonias Prompt Funding Increase Proposal Lorne Matalon April 17, 2015
Boquillas 2 Years Later: Economy Rebuild Garners Binational Support Lorne Matalon April 14, 2015
Border Pipelines Face Opposition On Both Sides Of Rio Grande Lorne Matalon April 13, 2015
US Junk Cars Sustain A Microeconomy In Guatemala Lorne Matalon March 31, 2015
Theft In The Oilfields Of Texas, New Mexico Traced To Borderland Mexico Lorne Matalon February 25, 2015
Texas County Refuses To Accept Federal Checkpoint Drug Cases Lorne Matalon February 23, 2015
Solar Arrives In Mexico Border Town, Could Be Key To Rural Economy Restart Lorne Matalon February 10, 2015
House Postpones Contentious Border Bill Indefinitely Lorne Matalon January 28, 2015
Mexico Consulates Issue Birth Certificates To Undocumented Migrants In The US Lorne Matalon January 26, 2015
Border Drones: CBP Rejects Negative Audit As Congress Debates Funding Bill Lorne Matalon January 21, 2015
Iguala Murders Present A Slight Opening For Mexican Border Media Lorne Matalon January 13, 2015
Mexico: Challenge To Police Reform Lorne Matalon January 02, 2015
Mexico Marks Día De La Revolución: Patriotism, Protest And Revulsion Lorne Matalon November 21, 2014
Court Ruling In Texas Case May Set Precedent Against Border Patrol Lorne Matalon November 13, 2014