SIR MARK TULLY: 7 habits of effective journalists

20 June 2007

The BBC’s iconic voice (and face) of India, Sir Mark Tully, was in Bangalore on Wednesday to deliver the convocation address of the Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media (IIJNM). In this exclusive churumuri.com video, Sir Mark talks of the traits and habits that distinguish good journalists from very good ones.

Cross-posted on churumuri

Also read: ‘In India we realise nothing ever dies finally’

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One Response to “SIR MARK TULLY: 7 habits of effective journalists”

  1. Vinay J Says:

    Mr Tully is right in saying that we as Indians shouldn’t ape the West and end up as a consumerist society. Eat to live, but don’t be greedy, that’s what he’s trying to say.


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