- E-Syria, "A Face from Damascus" by Eman Abou Zeina
- Malibu Magazine & the Rand Blog, USA, "Finding Common Ground in Uncommon Nation", by Edward O'Connell and Cheryl Benard, March 19, 2008.
- LA TIMES cover page , USA, "Syrians Tune in the West", by Borzou Daragahi, April 22, 2008.
- Le Figaro, France, "La Société Syrienne Slalome Entre Les Lignes Rouges", by, Par Delphine Minoui August 14, 2008.
- PBS TV, Frontline/World, USA, "Syria Beyond the Axis of Evil", by Kate Seele, October 24, 2008.
- BBC, UK, "Syrian Media Restrictions Loosen but Taboos Remain", by Lina Sinjab, August 2, 2010.
- La Vie, France, "La Syrie en voie de Modernisation", July 2, 2008.
- Le Figaro, France, "La société syrienne slalome entre les lignes rouges", by Par Delphine Minoui, August, 14, 2008.
- Travel Channel, with Ian Wright "Out of Bounds Syria"
- Gateway House, Indian Council on Global Relations: Is This My Syria?
- Al Arabiya by Katherin Jane O'Neill "SouriaLi, the newest online radio station focuses to unite Syrians"
- Al Monitor, USA "No Arab Spring Without the 'Flower’ of Women’s Rights" (Woodrow Wilson Center - Middle East Program-Panel Video: Women After the Arab Awakening)
- McCLATCHY, USA by Hannah Allam "Syria ex-radio star Honey Al Sayed struggles with exile, her country's fate"
- KPCC Radio, USA "SoCal Syrians debate what's best for their homeland"
- PRI The World with Marco Werman
- NPR with David Green - Morning Edition
- Bloomberg News Press Panel on Press Freedom
- Skynews Arabia Report on SouriaLi
- Stimson Center and the Middle East Institute Syria Beyond Assad: Building A New Syria From The Grassroots
- POMED Notes “Syria Beyond Assad: Building a New Syria from the Grassroots”
- The Institute of Inclusive Security Blog - "Women Peacebuilders, Reflect, Connect and Act"
- The Institute of Inclusive Security Blog "10 Ways Syrian Women Are Building Peace and Democracy"
- France 24, Sonia Dridi: Une ex-star de la radio syrienne réfugiée à Washington
- WNYC Radio and Public Radio International: The Take Away with John Hockenberry: Radio Drama Humanizes Syrian Refugee Crisis
- The World, TJ Raphael: A new radio soap opera gives Syrian refugees a chance to tell their own story
- Part one: Syrian Exile Finds Her Voice Through Storytelling
- Part two with co-producer Charlotte Eagar: Soap Opera Dramatizes Lives of Syrian Refugees
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Culture & Politics, Martin De Leon: The Case for the Arts: Focus on Professor Honey Al Sayed
- Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Honey Al Sayed on the topic of Influence and Persuasion
- Swiss Consulate NY, USA: MEDIA AND ARTS FOR PEACE
- WRS - Swiss Radio - McKay Interview, Geneva, Switzerland: Honey Al Sayed refugee and fellow at the GCSP
- LE TEMPS by Valérie de Graffenried: Visée par les mesures de Donald Trump, une journaliste syrienne témoigne
- The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Geneva, Switzerland: "GCSP Hosts Georgetown University "Swiss HOYA's" Club for a talk by Associate Fellow and Georgetown Professor Honey Al Sayed
- The Arlington Catholic Herald, by MADDY MCDADE | Student Correspondent, VA, USA: Ireton Students Gain New Perspective on Syria
- The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Geneva, Switzerland: Media and Arts for Peace Initiative - Let's Make Peace More Captivating than War
- University of Denver, Alyssa Hurst: 'Oprah of Syria' Brings Fresh Perspectives to DU
- Eastern Mennonite University, Christopher Clymer Kurtz: Exiled ‘Good Morning Syria’ radio host Honey Al Sayed speaks on the arts and media in conflict
- The Global Communications Podcast, Sandra Coyle: Bonus Feature: The Power of Storytelling
- University of Denver, Caitlin Sheridan: The Role of the Media & Arts in Resolving Conflict