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  • 2. [is] [a] …
  • 3. freelance journalist without association
  • 4. Globe-Trotter
  • 5. Carries a backpack everywhere.
  • 6. Videographer
  • 7. Carrying a DSLR
  • 8. a shutterbug
  • 9. Capable Photoshop User
  • 10. An Audiophile
  • 11. Gadget Collector
  • 12. Concerned about the smallest detail
  • 13. Punctual
  • 14. Must always where a watch ideally with a stop-watch
  • 15. Polite to Children and Elderly
  • 16. Looking for the smallest details
  • 17. Plans ahead
  • 18. Looking for depth in a story
  • 19. Has a lot od snitches to help
  • 20. An Anthropologist
  • 21. A Detective
  • 22. A Social Media Manager
  • 23. Investigative Reporter
  • 24. Wordpress/Tumblr/Blogger
  • 25. Print Copy-Editor
  • 26. Proofreader
  • 27. Planner
  • 28. Try to be a multi-tasker
  • 29. In possession of a style guide book
  • 30. Keep a log book or diary
  • 31. Must subscribe to online databases
  • 32. A Download-Junkie
  • 33. Keep a library of SFX and Sound bites
  • 34. Use flash storage instead of compact discs
  • 35. Capable of all-nighters
  • 36. Should be more a leader then a manager
  • 37. Team-player
  • 38. Knows more then one language
  • 39. Capable of delivering First-Aid
  • 40. Capable of taking in-depth interviews
  • 41. Always to follow ethical journalism
  • 42. Carries a Sound-Recorder
  • 43. Should have a spare point-n-shoot camera
  • 44. Should have spare microphones
  • 45. Travel light on luggage besides electronics
  • 46. Carry a tablet device
  • 47. Constantly Tweeting
  • 48. Stores all shortened URLs in one place
  • 49. Carrying a lightweight Raincoat
  • 50. Carrying recharg-able AAA batteries Not the other
  • 51. Charge electronic batteries in advance
  • 52. Should have contacts at the nearest hospital
  • 53. Should have contacts at the nearest police station
  • 54. Should have contacts at the nearest morgue
  • 55. Should familiarize with public transport and drivers
  • 56. regularly check(ing)-in Foursquare
  • 57. Should organize Meetups
  • 58. in contact with local focus groups
  • 59. Checking e-mails more then twice a day
  • 60. Should watch a lot of documentaries
  • 61. able to draft public service announcements (PSA)
  • 62. able to draft a storyboard
  • 63. able to pitch a proposal
  • 64. keeping up to date with Neilsons Market Research
  • 65. aware of the local library
  • 66. aware of contacts at the embassy when overseas
  • 67. Should always leave a note (infrom family) before leaving the residence
  • 68. Aware of fire safety
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    … Created byusmannaeem.k@gmail.com @usmannaeem
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