You can't go far in Davos without meeting a camera crew, a roving reporter or a press photographer –and of course, at the World Economic Forum, the media is as international as those making the headlines.
Wandering around the streets of Davos, we've bumped into media teams from the UK, America, France, Japan and China. When we met the Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, he was just about to record an interview with Mexican journalist Carlos Mota, a regular at the World Economic Forum. When we left, Mr. Ghosn was setting up for a camera session with Russian television. Emerging countries are at the heart of this year's Forum in more ways than one.