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Tuesday is NewsTeam day. I'm a Journalism student at CU. Here's a taste of what we do!
Emma goes behind the scenes at The Sunday Times to find out what a day in the life of a Journalist is like. For more information about a career as a Journalist check out the Student Edge career page here: https://studentedge.org/career-life/find-a-career/journalist Want to see more career videos from Student Edge? ↓ Click here http://s-edg.com/careervideos
Hey ya'll....some of you requested a day in my life video, so voila. I filmed myself on a typical friday, going to my job as a reporter, navigating LA... yada yada. This is my first day in my life video, and it was SO WEIRD for me to film myself like this, and I wasn't even sure what to film! Give me suggestions for future videos, things I didn't show you in this video, etc. Hope you like it! ***we just moved and our new place is a disaster...please excuse the mess. :)
Journalism internship at Woodford Folk Festival in Brisbane Click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byWC9MTga58&t=2s&ab_channel=FernDaily Click here for a day in the life of a law and journalism student https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3Kk4... Click here for Law School I How to ace your exams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cenIs... Click here for LAW SCHOOL I 5 AWKWARD things no one tells you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dL_Qy... Click here for Real Talk I How to achieve your goals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laIxH... Social media Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ferndaily_/
A panel of journalists offer a look at at a day in the life of a journalist for Cision's Behind the Story series. For more information on how to best work with journalists, get a free download of Cision's PR Resource Kit: http://bit.ly/14AxkhN
You seek a life that is fast-paced and exciting. You are curious, open-minded, and like to write. Your engagement with the world makes you determined to live on the front lines and make a difference. If journalism is your calling, answer it at Columbia.
A video about my year spent in Beijing and other places. It was a tough and fun year in which I learnt a lot. The video was shot entirely on a Canon S120 point-and-shoot, and edited in Windows Movie Maker. Because that's all I can afford right now. For more on my time in Beijing, check out my blog www.theluhai.com
Sasha Horne is an LA-based journalist, tech blogger and YouTuber. I traveled to the 2016 DNC---this is my travel Vlog from Los Angeles to Washington, DC and Philadelphia. A message to my YouTube and Whodunnit fam: It's been awhile since I've posted a video and that's because I've started a new job so now I'm always on the go! If you follow me on socials you already know....but I'm now the new News Editor at MERRY JANE a media company founded last fall by Snoop Dogg and Ted Chung. I'll still be here on YouTube creating content and the upside is that it will be even cooler content from concerts and screenings to techie demos and startup tours! To all of my techies...no worries! #SashaTalksTech is still in full effect and growing like crazy! We are expanding our team so if you'd l...
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One day, two journalists. See how they cope with the everyday routine! http://www.mediatoolkit.com Rediscover content!
A true thug in the middle of a crossfire Original clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR2I_L9CL14 If you want this removed, please message/email us. All rights belong to the respective owners. Song: Damn it feels good to be a gangsta - Geto Boys Send in your requests to "thugify" at firstname.lastname@example.org or via facebook!
-by Seema kiran India is currently experiencing extraordinary media expansion, with intense competition between players in the industry. Newspapers and broadcasters are anxious to get the inside story out first. The promise of investigative journalism has finally evolved with the times. Journalism in India has considerable employment scope these days, with media houses opening new channels or newspapers on a regular basis. While salaries are shooting up, the pool of skilled and qualified journalists is not keeping pace. Without a sufficient number of good reporters and editors, the challenge that the profession faces is of enforcing more rigorous professional standards.
How To Become A Journalist - Exploring A Career In Journalism is the gripping narrative of a feisty young NDTV Journalist, Rashmi Mann. What is Journalism? What is it like to pursue a career in Journalism? How to become a Journalist? What does it really take? These are some questions that you can get insightful answers to by tuning into this video. How To Become A Journalist - The Road To Making A Career in Journalism Rashmi Mann studied at the Lawrence School Sanawar and travelled all around the country owing to her father’s transferable job as a Pilot in the Indian Air Force. After high school she went on to study Psychology at Gargi College, Delhi University and then made a big switch, to join the NDTV Media Institute. Not holding a Journalism Degree, did not deter her plans to p...
Clarissa Wei is a freelance journalist who recently backpacked across China, Taiwan, and Tibet for 9 months. She’s written stories for VICE, Eater, Los Angeles Times, and has appeared on Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern. This girl's got a taste for adventure and a drive to shift our society and environment. She's a living example of a true artist of life. Watch the next video in this series, Clarissa's Favorite Things ▸ http://bit.ly/2eL4MjE // TIMESTAMPS 0:52 - Outgrowing Chinese food journalism in LA 2:43 - Early experiences working abroad in Asia 4:20 - Shifting from urban food culture to studying food at the source in rural areas 7:07 - Frustration with Westernized restaurant scene 9:08 - Getting kicked out of Tibet 11:06 - Most memorable moment from Asia trip - Da...
Final draft of my project for Multi Comm 1002
Amy Goodman has distinguished herself as one of the most outspoken and principled journalists in the country. Not only that, as the host and driving force behind the daily current affairs program Democracy Now! she helped create a worldwide movement in independent media, and a program that now airs on over 1300 stations across the United States and around the world. In this interview we speak with Amy about her early childhood forays into journalism, about the harrowing chapter she experienced reporting on the brutal the occupation of East Timor, and discuss her philosophy of why a healthy independent media is so crucial to a functioning democracy. For more interviews with the voices of public radio subscribe to the Radiowaves podcast at bit.ly/1w0FujQ or head to www.radiowavesshow.com
in this documentary you get to see how north korean people really live in one of the rarest documentaries ever recorded by 2 french journalists exclusively given a visa for that purpose
"Time is always your worst enemy." Ain't that the truth! It's a fact for those of us in the news business. One of our star interns Maura Christie at WIVB-TV followed me around for a day back in March for her senior project, "Life of a Multimedia Journalist." There's a lot more to this job than meets the eye. If you want a look at what it's like to pitch, shoot, write, and edit two stories a day watch this! Maura did a great job!
Randy Castro and Mike Feld are the co-editors of The Heritage Media. In this video they express their desire of journalism. Castro begins the video with his explanation of what he and Feld go through during a typical production day, which is every Tuesdays. They must first think about what should go on each page for the eight newspapers that they produce and distribute. After that, Castro and Feld both go into detail about what they look for in an article. They both have opinions of what they expect in an article and from the freelance writer themselves. "I was never a big fan of the inverted pyramid going through school because, frankly, I never understood putting sports into that," Castro said. "As my career advanced you kind of learn how that works." Feld goes in detail of some of th...