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Monday, June 9, 2008

The following pictures were taken in the studio where we trained to be a director, a camera man, and a TV presenter. It was one of the best things we did at college.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Training at YASA was one of the best activities I’ve done throughout my three years at the Lebanese University. My friend Rana and I were together, helping in writing and editing news. We even participated in the writing and editing of a book that was published by YASA. I was given the opportunity to interview one of the volunteers at YASA, Elie Kallas, who had suffered a tragic accident at the age of 17. The interview was published in Nashrat Al YASA in Nahar el Shabab.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

To Me...

Journalism is a message. It’s not a major one aims to specialize in… earn money through or make a living of. Journalism is much more than that! It’s a way of living one adopts in order to deliver the perfect picture of what’s happening in the world.
I didn’t see it that way at first. When I first graduated from school and had to choose a major in university, journalism was a second option. Although I took one step into the first option, I eventually noticed that journalism was the only way to fulfill my ambitions. It involves a personal message, freedom of speech, a humane message, fame… In other words, it’s a different life. As a career, it could quite tiring, but it sure is worth it!
“A news sense is really a sense of what is important, what is vital, what has color and life – what people are interested in. That’s journalism.” Warren Buffett