I have now finished Reporting Week, and I'm tired.
I'm emailing some stations asking for work experience working with online content (big hint, if you are a local paper or TV station, I am interested in helping), so thought I'd blog for a bit as well.
Knowing me, one blog post multiples and then, like some kind of mutant blog in a little known horror movie, more appear.
Anyway, I've completed my law exam, which went okay as far as I can tell.
I wasn't too hot on fair dealing, but got most of the active period points.
Then I summarised five stories into 230 words- tough in one hour, but got it done!
I've also written a story from a speech by David Lammy, from EU stats on labelling food, and from a Select Committte video.
Today we did our last exercise, a Navy reporting exercise.
Victoria Cook from the BBC and VJ David Heathfield joined us.
They were students here last year, both on the Broadcast pathway.
Six of us will be selected byformer Lt Cmdr Rupert Nichol for this exercise, and I hope I get on it.
I am keen to develop my understanding of the miltary, and am interested to see how reporting is different when embedded.