05
Feb
10

Hello from UCF journalists!


We would like to introduce ourselves as we have been given the great honour of putting together the WHYS programme on the 25th February 2010. We are MA International Journalism students at University College Falmouth, in Cornwall, UK.

Our course covers all aspects of multi-media journalism: print, radio, online and TV. Every week we collaborate on producing international current affairs programmes for radio and TV. We rotate the roles, with an editor leading the team each week and others in the roles of reporters, presenters, producers and technicians. We also have an online news website.

We hope to bring the skills we have learnt to producing a great programme with you!

…As well as our enthusiasm and individual interests of course!

There’s 11 of us and everyone has their individual areas of expertise which they bring to the team.

Jason– he’s our oracle on everything political with a specialist interest in the European Union.

Zoe– she’s our arts and culture correspondent with a passion for film, on a mission to review 100 films!

Edward– he served 5 years in the US Army, including 15 months in Iraq, and hopes to soon be back on the front lines as a war correspondent.

Rosalie– with an extensive background working for NGOs, she is our in-house expert on everything to do with animal protection and the environment.

Andy– he’s our technical wizz with a passion for UGC.

Shalin– a future foreign correspondent.

Polly – like presenter Ros, she grew up in Cornwall, but never stays in one place for too long – next stop South Africa in 6 weeks time!

Sofia– she’s our cross-platform content creator.

Rosie– she’s the health professional amongst us, always keen to shout about issues of the humanitarian kind.

Stefanie– she’s a well-travelled journalist specialising in Spain and Latin American affairs, as well as music & dance!

Alex- a polyglot pocket-rocket who loves sport, travel and culture.


17 Responses to “Hello from UCF journalists!”


  1. 1 T
    February 5, 2010 at 13:17

    I’ll be the first to say good for you!

  2. 2 Elizabeth Kuranchie
    February 5, 2010 at 15:11

    Well,it isn’t a bad idea.I like young guys who detect their talent and build upon it.Anyway,I am also interested in journalism and I hope you will motivate me to take up a postgraduate course in it.I admire you guys!Keep it up and we are going to give you the necessary support!

  3. 4 Roberto
    February 5, 2010 at 15:14

    RE “” Every week we collaborate on producing international current affairs programmes for radio and TV. “”
    ————————————————————————————-

    ———- Be a fun eye opener if UCF journies featured UFC journies on one of their productions.

    Contact: http://www.ufc.com/index.cfm

  4. 5 tosam killian
    February 5, 2010 at 15:31

    hi
    its just evident enough that mrs Blair was sentimental in her judgement. I wonder if she is as GODLY
    KILLIAN
    YAOUNDE,CAMEROON

  5. February 5, 2010 at 16:27

    Hello Fellow Students,

    I am at APU, Beppu- Japan studying sociology. Happy to meet you guys and looking forward to discussing more about media with you guys.
    I wish to learn something from you, especially on the role of new media in issues surrounding us today.

  6. 7 vijay pillai
    February 5, 2010 at 16:36

    Best wishes for all of you.

  7. 8 Ben Ohio
    February 5, 2010 at 16:44

    Hello! from the new WHYS feature, premiering February 25th. We are graduate International Journalism students at University College Falmouth, Cornwall, UK.

    Our studies embrace print, radio, online and televison. Every week we’ll feature international current affairs programing. We rotate roles, alternating editor, reporters, presenters, producers and technicians. We also have a unique online news website.

    We’ll bring you all our skills, and a great new show, and share our enthusiasm and individual interests of course!

    —A little editing, per Mark Twain: “Make it short, so you don’t have to cut it short before you use it.”

  8. 9 patti in cape coral
    February 5, 2010 at 16:44

    Sounds great. Good luck, and have fun!

  9. 10 Ben Ohio
    February 5, 2010 at 16:51

    Anyway, looks you have a fine team and an exciting mission. I look forward to your show. Give it a Cornish hug!
    -Ben

  10. February 5, 2010 at 17:04

    Fresh minds with out bias are needed. Have whale of a time.

  11. 12 nora
    February 5, 2010 at 18:37

    Great list of tag lines. I personally favor things that obscure my identity, like ‘lives alone with rabid mastiff’ but most magazines won’t go along. With such a team assembled, I expect scandals to be broken open and tyrants to fall in the heat of your hot little hands. Or at least give us a chuckle with some compromising nudie shots of Ros cast about on the net.

    If pictures speak a thousand words, you look like devotees of rugged journalism. Here’s the dilemma: When you get a death threat or get ambushed, it means you are on the right track with a story. Never figured that one out. Your good journalism will be our good luck, so good luck.

  12. 13 Alex V - Chicago
    February 5, 2010 at 18:47

    Have an excellent time! I am a student also studying media, so I’m interested in hearing the program when it comes together!

    All the best.

  13. 15 loudobservant
    February 6, 2010 at 02:27

    Wish you luck;but, a note of caution !!!
    Make sure you do not get carried away and steer away from constructive journalism
    as opposed destructive one.,

  14. 17 Guillermo
    February 8, 2010 at 00:20

    Young and expert team that you are. My attention would be to Stefanie, as she is the one connected with Latin America. I wonder if you really know what is happening in Mexico. Because we are neighbors to USA, History has marked us on many chapters. I hope that your information is real. The correspondents of USA are very cautious. I read a report from the Washington Post and it seems that the mexican government payed him for writing nice about the so called drug war. Did you know that in the office of Calderón there have been 18,000 deceases. And Obama said that in Mexico the pseudo president was an Elliot Ness. Again my congratulations for the team and I hope that open mind would be the subject to attain.


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