Tag Archives: Journalism

Improve Your Presenting Voice

We don’t often put a lot of thought into speaking, but the growth of audio content has made us more aware of our voices.  A poor presenting voice can be distracting, whilst a good presenter brings content to life and lifts it off … Continue reading

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A Moveable Feast: A Lesson in Writing From Nobel Prize Winner Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway is best known as a novelist, but he started his career in journalism. For some time he was based in Paris, travelling Europe and writing for the Canadian newspaper The Toronto Star. It was here that he developed … Continue reading

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Buddhist Festival in Ladakh

In the summer of 2015 I visited Ladakh for the first time.  It’s like nowhere else in India, as the barrier of the Himalayan range means it is both dry (because it’s in the rain shadow) and culturally distinct. The … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Pitch For a Travel Article? Take a NAP

NAP will help you construct a story. But remember that unique content, good writing and a good story will be your strongest factors in winning a commission. Continue reading

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Getting Started In A Media Career

You will spend a lot of time, especially at the beginning, feeling like you’re banging your head against a brick wall. Trying first to get experience and then contacts, trying to figure out what editors/commissioners want. The key is asking. Continue reading

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