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
US To Mexico Pipeline: Unfinished Business In Ranch Lands Of West Texas Lorne Matalon June 21, 2016
The Costs Behind A Migrant Crisis: Migrants Run Gauntlet On Guatemala-Mexico Border Lorne Matalon June 08, 2016
The Costs Behind A Migrant Crisis: Tracking U.S. Influence On Mexico's Southern Border Plan Lorne Matalon June 07, 2016
Federal Lawsuit From Borderland Challenges Modern Day 'Debtor Prisons' Lorne Matalon May 09, 2016
Veggies In Cattle Country: Leading Texas Hospital Now Promoting Plant-Based Diet Lorne Matalon April 28, 2016
US Energy Treadmill: Southwest Oil Production Rising Despite Downturn Lorne Matalon April 25, 2016
Credit Downgrade Threat And US Energy Downturn: The Challenge Of Survival In The Oilfield Lorne Matalon April 14, 2016
Not All Border Patrol Agents Support Trump, Says Dissenting Letter Lorne Matalon April 13, 2016
US Border Patrol Union Endorses Trump For President Lorne Matalon March 30, 2016
Printing Building Blocks For The Future: New Grants Bring 3D Technology To Border Libraries Lorne Matalon March 30, 2016
Bogotá’s Transmilenio Bus Rapid Transit Eyed By American Urban Planners Lorne Matalon March 17, 2016
Colombia's Microcredit Economy: How Tiny Loans Can Both Bolster And Burn The Poor Lorne Matalon March 10, 2016
In Colombia, Major League Baseball Is Not Always The Goal — It's A Solid Education Lorne Matalon March 08, 2016
Peace Deal Expected Between FARC Rebels, Government After Six Decades Lorne Matalon March 03, 2016
Pope Francis And Juárez: Latest Symbol Of Pope's Focus On Latin America Lorne Matalon February 15, 2016
US Officials: Women, Children Crossing Southwest Border Illegally Drops Lorne Matalon February 04, 2016
The Evolution Of Double-Edged Words In Mexico During The ‘War On Drugs’ Lorne Matalon January 19, 2016
Central American Migration: New Concerns As Numbers Rise One Year After Unprecedented Influx Lorne Matalon December 10, 2015
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