Dating a news reporter
Human interest stories are produced thanks to the humans behind them, so if we get a whiff that our S/O has a contact with a story, we want to be friends with them.
Even if your father’s girlfriend’s ex-yoga instructor has an interesting scoop, we’re on it.
All this will ensure that you get noticed by the people you are trying to impress, including single journalists.
Make interesting conversation The best part about dating a journalist is that they make highly interesting partners.
Our reaction will be even worse – and that alone is pretty frightening.
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These days many well-known journalists enjoy celebrity status and are routinely invited at college fests, literary meets or current affairs workshops to give a talk or judge at debates.
Yet another effective way to get to know journalists is through social media.
Social networking channels and the internet have changed the way people get their news and smart journalists have not lagged behind in adapting their reporting skills to take advantage of the benefits of social media.
An even better way to structure your search would be to look for specific categories of journalists.
For instance, media events and celebrity product launches are again other occasions where you can bump into lifestyle or page three reporters while high-profile games are sure to be covered by a posse of sports journalists.