l wish there are also trainings for journalists aspiring to voice over their reports in the Television industry. lt will make a difference especially to those whose media organisations deny them their by-lines because the voice in the report are not theirs.
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Broadcast voice specialist Ann Utterback talks to IJNet Editor Jessica Weiss about how to maintain a healthy voice for broadcast.
Currently, a law is being considered by the United States Congress that would protect journalists from prosecution if they refuse to reveal their sources.
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