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Hello to the Journalists around the globe! My name is Vojislav Brajovic and I come originally from Montenegro - ex Yugoslav republic. I am freelance journalist at the present time living in London in Great Britain.
Excitement about being the part of the main events in the world as a reporter from the same one can not be compared to any other excitement. As well as telling the truth to the world is something that makes me feel great, positive and happy person.
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I am a Journalist because I believe in “enlightening the unenlightened.”
I recall vividly when I informed someone of my intentions to pursue journalism as a career and their reaction was “oh so you wanna not make a living?’ It shocked me because its sad how people these days choose jobs based on the number of digits their salary will entail. For me journalism is way more than a mean of “making a living”, its about INFORMING the misinformed and trust me there are countless misinformed people out there.(sadly) in this day and age journalism is flourishing to see the least, these new overwhelming technology gadgets that emerge every other day only aid in the spread of the news and makes it almost impossible for anyone to NOT read the news and know whats going on. That just encourages me to want to take part in this process of SHARING the news even more.
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I am a journalist because I have always dreamt of telling the whole world of what is happening. I am a journalist because my dreams of being on camera anchoring news still stand strong. I believe that journalists should change the world. Together we can make the world a better place to be in. I am a journalist.
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I am a journalist because my dreams of having a column in the daily newspapers are still firmly intact. Telling the world the stories they needs to know. Stories that will change lives, motivates and inspires them. Stories that are hard to believe and hard to hear. These stories need to be told with accuracy and fairness. with the helps of the 5Ws and H (the What, Why, Where,Who When and How). Journalism is the only real career choice for curious, restless semi-narcissists like me
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I am a journalist because the world has stories that are moving, stories that will change lives. These stories need to be told with accuracy and fairness. I believe as a journalist we are here to educate the masses with information that will make them question, how can we make this world better. How can we solve the problems that we keep sweeping under the rug. Journalist are responsible for bringing these issues to the forefront and challenging the public to face and correct society. We do not sugar coat, we don’t make the world negative, we do not make the make seem perfect because the truth is the world will never be perfect. Our articles and interviews are mirrors of the world. We make the world look in the mirror and address their imperfections.
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I am a journalist because I believe there are people out there who have stories that the world needs to hear. Stories of war, injustice and cruelties that we would find hard to believe and hard to hear, yet it’s so important that we do. Without journalists, the world would be far more ignorant than it is today, and how unfortunate that would be.
I am a journalist.
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My mom inspired me to study journalism. While she was a lawyer, her determination to bring justice and truth to the world motivates me to do the same through my own passion- journalism. Her passing still shocks me every day, but I try to keep her memory alive by tackling tasks with the same courage, enthusiasm and drive she did.
I am an aspiring journalist.
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I am a journalist — that is, I was a reporter for twelve years. For someone with my background, this was a big deal. Here I was, this small-town barrio girl, living in New York City and making gobs of money. Then some people flew a plane into a building, and my whole perspective on the world changed. So I became an educator. I became a teacher in order to give back what so many had given to me: a quality education. I am still a journalist, but now I write about what’s important to me — children and adults being given the opportunity to liberate their minds and change the world.
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I am a reporter because I have an insatiable curiosity. I said this to my university advisor, who looked up at me and said she’d never heard anyone of her students say that in recent memory. I thrive on stories in which I learn along with the reader; subjects that I have hardly ever heard of.
I write for a weekly newspaper in a rural community, where stories would go untold if we weren’t there. Sure, I drag myself to three-hour city council meetings where I might only get one story. But I also get to explore the aquarium through a child’s eyes, see how important a stream is through a salmon’s journey, and help keep democracy in its place by pestering local officials during an election.
I look at every piece through the eyes of the one reader that thinks this article will really matter. I write because there is passion in this world that goes unrecognized. I am a journalist.
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I really loved being a reporter, but the money was no good. I kind of “survived” for almost 10 years with low salaries, but with a great deal of emotion. Now I work for a digital agency, in marketing field, and I really miss emotion. I think I’ll never have the same passion again for any other job.
I am a journalist.
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