Journalist Essay Topics

John Peter Zenger

Born in Palatinate, Germany, John Peter Zenger (1697- 1746) was a New York printer and journalist. He arrived in New York City at the age of 7 and was trained for eight years by William Bradford, one of the more known writers of American printing. After he completed his training with William Bradford he moved… View Article

It Is a Constant Image of Your Face

Dennis Vincent Brutus was a South African activist, educator, journalist and poet best known for his campaign to have apartheid South Africa banned from the Olympic Games. He lived between 28th November 1924 and 26th December 2009. He was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and had ancestry of mixed French, Italian and South African. His… View Article

Henri Alleg

Naivete could be defined in several ways. It could mean innocence, gullibility, inexperience or simplicity. In terms of inexperience, yes, Henri Alleg and his friends were naive. However, no one can say they are innocent or gullible. Although, he had no sufficient resources and contacts, he understood the importance of anonymity. They realized the consequences… View Article

Nigeria as a Nation

Nigeria as a democratic country like every other nation needs the media to drive or sustain good governance and engender national development. But the media often regarded as the fourth estate of the realm have an enormous task to accomplish this role as the watchdog of the society. The task or role of the media… View Article

Maguindanao massacre

What is a journalist? A journalist collects, writes, and distributes news and other information. Journalists sometimes expose themselves to danger, particularly when reporting in areas of armed conflict or in states that do not respect the freedom of the press. Organizations such as the Committee to Protect Journalists and Reporters without Borders publish reports on… View Article