"In our TV Newsroom (and in everyone else's , I guess...) when we decide to produce a story for the environment we always ask for scientists' interviews. But , usually, scientists talk too much, use 'difficult' language and a huge…"
What are climate correspondents for? asks Alex Kirby, former BBC environmental reporter. "I will try to go on being what anyone who reportson climate has to be, that contradictory figure, a serious reporter – a doubtful optimist, ahopeful scepticSee More
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Ten, even five years ago, the use of data as a basis for reporting was difficult and costly. Now, with a whole stack of tools to dig into ‘big data‘, join this group and contribute your thoughts on the emerging field of data driven journalism.See More
27 DAYS TO GO: BOOK UNVEILING ON ‘NIGERIA 2015 ELECTIONS’ IN AMERICA:Consulate General of Nigeria to Atlanta Chairs historic event*Top US Govt agencies present at Ceremony*African America Community identifies with Nigeria’s history*Star Attraction: Victor Essiet Receives Honor as ‘Nigeria’s Reggae Icon in the Diasporas’Other Attraction: Egbe Omo Yoruba in North America, Esan Progressive Association (EPA), World Igbo Congress & Hausa Community in Texas confirm attendance…See More