Jorge Ramos is an anchorman in Miami. He recently addressed a group of university students, and gave a powerful and inspiring talk about the future of journalism and why the profession is more important than ever.
You can read his full speech here.
Ask tough questions. Don’t be scared. There are no forbidden or silly questions. And your attitude should be that if you don’t ask that question to the President, to the mayor, to the Senator…no one else will. Don’t look around. It is your responsibility. That’s why you chose to be a journalist.
If you’re reading this still (just under a year since my last post – eek!), then thank you very much. A lot has happened since my last post. Chances are, you’ve heard about a few of these exciting changes if you’ve been following me on Twitter and Facebook (and thank you for doing that, too).
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I did a radio appearance on Blake Danilczak‘s show in the ACT, ‘YASS FM THURSDAY LIVE’. Continue reading
After a low rating yet successful first series of Wanted, Network Ten have renewed the program.
Ex-PM Julia Gillard had a rough start in life battling bronchopneumonia in Britain. She grew up in Adelaide, her father ‘died of shame’ and she went on to become the first female PM of Australia. Now, a look at her dreams, challenges, successes and failures, and a look back on the career that was.
Melbourne has once again been named the most livable city in the world. That’s not at all hard to agree with. So, we went down to the city where there is a bit of something for everyone. Here are the top 17 things to love about Melbourne.