I’ve worked as a television reporter for close to 7 years and covered everything from snowstorms to political races to murders. Over the years, I’ve learned to emotionally detach from people and tragic events and stick to the facts. Anyone who works in a newsroom, hospital or in law enforcement will tell you, objectivity is key to doing their job. “Just the Facts Ma’am” When on the scene reporting, I switch into “go … Continue reading Cry Baby: The day my long lost emotions returned
I’m writing this after attending a journalism convention in Minnesota. And yes, there are other black people in Minnesota.Lol! The conference provided unique workshops about advanced journalism techniques, building your brand and other professional development courses. ZZZzzzz! Let’s be honest, most people were there for the parties and to network with hiring managers from the industry’s top companies. Let the awkward smiles and conversations begin! … Continue reading Networking events: Is it worth it, let me work it.