Paul’s new job as a BBC Camera Journalist

Paul’s new job as a BBC Camera Journalist

Lots of congratulations, Paul.

Paul was determined to become a BBC journalist. He’d been a studio manager at the BBC World service for a few years  before coming to the National Broadcasting School to do a course in broadcast journalism.

Now he’s with the BBC World Service Video Team and the Global Video Unit.  He spends his time video shooting, editing, writing and producing. One of the shows you might see him on is “Show Me the Money.”

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