🎧 Episode 045 ‚Äď Tania Rashid, Global identity and becoming a ‚Äúone-woman-shop‚ÄĚ in journalism | Media and the End of the World Podcast

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Listened to Episode 045 ‚Äď Tania Rashid, Global identity and becoming a ‚Äúone-woman-shop‚ÄĚ in journalism by Adam Croom and Ralph Beliveau from Media and the End of the World Podcast

Ralph chats with Tania Rashid, a freelance journalist in South Asia. I’ve produced and hosted for Al Jazeera English, CNN International, and Vice News.

I love Rashid’s take on modern journalism, particularly getting rid of words like “fixer”. There’s an excellent reminder here that I need to broaden some of my news consumption to take a more international approach. I loved that they asked her the question about what sources she reads/watches/listens to.

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