Friday, October 26, 2007
A curious reporter
Curiosity is by far the most needed quality in a journalist. It is the core passion that drives a person to become a journalist - and is the constant factor that makes the job enjoyable. To be a journalist you have to question everything, crave knowledge, and love to delve into the unknown. Curiosity is the characteristic of a journalist that prods him to find the best stories and puzzle out the questions that have been so far un-answered. With out curiosity to learn about people, societies, events, ECT. - and the drive to inform others - the concept of journalism would never have been created.