In This Episode: 

Suchandrika Chakrabarti is a London-based journalist, podcaster, speaker and media trainer. 

Over the last 13 years, she has reported, written, and edited for national newspapers and international news agencies. 

Suchandrika has written extensively across business, politics, travel, tech and more – including The Times of London, Daily Mirror, New Statesman, Reader’s Digest and many more. 

Today, we talk about her experience in the rapidly-changing world of digital journalism, and what she’s learned training journalists in essential digital storytelling skills. 

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Episode Highlights

  • How the journalism industry has completely transformed in the past 20 years
  • Why Suchandrika tried to leave journalism (and what ultimately brought her back)
  • How to find (and recognize) the REAL story to get past the fluff
  • Why journalists need to take themselves out of the journalism world as much as possible
  • How to keep up in an industry that changes by the second
  • Why digital storytelling completely changes the way you write a story
  • Who’s really in charge of setting the agenda of the news
  • How to develop your storytelling “muscle memory’’
  • The best way for writers to promote themselves in today’s competitive, noisy world
  • Why she recommends completely ignoring your competition

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