- Posted September 13, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Student voices in journalism
I need a TV Job
I have excellent storytelling skills and my TV reports have covered conflict in some of the dangerous places in the world, corruption, U.S and African politics, social and health issues and last but not least global economic concerns.
My easy going, but direct style, seems to always extract the best and most pertinent information from the interviewee. I have interviewed a diverse group of people including, several African heads of state, prime ministers, politicians, news markers, analysts, American and African government officials and everyday citizens presenting a variety of opinions on a wide range of issues.
And I’m not afraid to ask the tough questions and even take on some of Africa’s strong men.
I’m somebody, who is able to lend a unique perspective on world issues. There fore, employment as video journalist, would allow me to produce narrated packages in English of hard news, newsmagazines and lighter hearted features for your international audience.
I’m a man of excellent character; I’m intelligent, focused and a committed journalist that comes to work every day with a smile and a purpose. My professionalism and dedication has earned me the complete respect of my supervisors and colleagues.