I spent election night in front of Trump’s HQ for the night, the Hilton Hotel. I spoke to his supporters and got a sense of why they chose to vote for Trump.
I covered this election night for many French-language outlets, including Radio-Canada/CBC, Radio Caraibes International, Choq-FM and the SciencesPo Journalism School. [I wrote a post about this, with links, in French]
However, I also covered this election night on Twitter [Check out my Storify with all my tweets from that day]…
… and Snapchat [coming soon]
I am beginning a new professional adventure. From now until mid-december, I will be interning as a fact-checker for the New York Times Syndicate.
I am currently a media fellow at a United Nations-based NGO called Global Action to Prevent War and Armed Conflict.
I recently wrote a blog post for them about Twitter Diplomacy.
For our final episode of Uptown Radio, I worked on a piece about 3D Audio and the future of sound (and virtual reality).
When it comes to Donald Trump and women, one number is commonly used: an estimated 7 in 10 women nationally view him unfavorably. But on the Republican side, things are a little different, even if they’re not so open about it. That’s the story I worked on this week on Uptown Radio.
Today the pope release a new document on families called the Amoris Laetitia or The Joy of Love in Latin. In it he explains his views on love, marriage, contraception and divorce. I worked on a day story for Uptown Radio where I looked into the importance of this new document for divorced Catholics.
This week, Katie Ferguson and I co-hosted Uptown Radio.
You can listen to the full broadcast here.
Or you can listen to the two-way (interview) I did with Dr. David Klassen, the Chief Medical Officer at UNOS, on the first successful organ transplant between two HIV positive patients in the United States.