Starting a new journalism course can be daunting, but it is an exciting time full of new opportunities.
Check out this advice from Richard Horsman, a former news editor and journalism trainer, who has tweeted his tips for starting out.
He advises young people to keep an eye on the end goal – don't let three years pass you by without getting the right experience. He goes on to state the importance of coming up with an abundance of story ideas – all the way through your training, and not just when you are asked for them.
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