Cultural Revolution

Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Supplement (Television and Broadcast Journalism)Write about an event of experience in you life in the form of a news story or event.

This is Jane Doe, coming to you live on the scene of Cultural Revolution. And this is the story:

It could have been my father and I listening to The Beatles on our annual car ride to Disneyland or the fact that both my parents were children of 1960s; I have always gravitated towards progressivism, social change, and cultural revolution. My dream job: to be on the front lines absorbing it, living it, and reporting it. As the second decade of the new millennium approaches, a global network of countries finds itself in the throes of disputes in the Middle East, economic turbulence, and heightened environmental awareness. As Bob Dylan best puts it, “the times they are a changin’.”

Access to information fuels change. As a democracy, the United States strives to make information readily available to all citizens willing to listen critically and discuss solutions to a new generation’s problems. Be it oil, gold, or hydroflourocarbons, a world of snail mail and microfiche has become a hyper-paced world of new developments, new research, and new answers.

I like to dream big. So I ask, why not be an American correspondent for the BBC, CNN, MSNBC? Why not be the young woman ahead of the curve, hunting down the latest news with expansive...

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