Rebecca Azor, Like It Or Not Host at The Benjamin Dixon & Independent Journalist, discusses why alternative media is needed.
Independent Journalist Rebecca Azor
Rebecca Azor visited Politics Done Right to discuss her passion for independent political journalism where she leverages her voice to bring political discourse in a manner that brings in the masses. She does not disappoint in describing herself and how she does what she does,
Check out more about Rebecca in the article “Meet Rebecca Azor | Political Journalist” where she details much about herself.
What sets my work apart from others? I think it’s my personality. I am a lot and just enough. I know how to take complex news stories and break them down where everyone, no matter how old they are, can understand it and FEEL it. I was always told that I was relatable and easy to understand, whether you agreed with my take or not. I can proudly say I have videos that have millions of views on them: over 10 million views and counting. My work influenced and impacted millions of people. Started debates and conversations, highlighted issues not only here but even in my family’s homeland of Haiti. And millions of people thought to stop and watch me. I am grateful. While I may be well known for my work in the digital political journalism world, I started out doing hard news during my undergrad years at Florida A&M University.
Rebecca Azor is a breath of fresh air in digital independent journalism, digital or otherwise. Her insightful and empathetic take on issues makes one feel they are sitting down on a couch dialoguing and learning.
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