Typhoon Haiyan: How BBC broadcasts from a disaster zone
Media organisations from around the world have travelled to the Philippines to cover the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan.
With a lack of power, limited connectivity, as well as a basic need for food, water and shelter, telling the stories of those most in need can be very challenging.
The BBC's Rico Hizon, in Tacloban, explains how the BBC is managing to broadcast from one of the areas worst affected by the disaster.
17 Nov 2013
- From the section Asia