Kara David offers online tutorials on journalism and TV reporting for free

  • Kara David made video tutorials on journalism and TV reporting
  • She said she hopes this will help students and those who aspire to become journalists
  • The seasoned journalist already uploaded her first tutorial which focuses on TV writing

Kara David is giving aspiring journalists and reporters a chance to learn more by offering free classes.

Image Capture of Video by Kara David via Youtube

The seasoned journalist is offering free tutorials on journalism and television scriptwriting via her YouTube channel. Kara disclosed that she hopes her tutorials can help students and those who are dreaming to become future journalists.

She made the announcement via Twitter saying, “Decided to start making youtube tutorials on TV scriptwriting/journalism. My first video is about the basics of TV Writing. Sana makatulong sa mga estudyante ng komunikasyon at aspiring TV journalists.”

Kara already released the series’ first tutorial that focuses on the basics of TV writing. She admitted that the tutorial was originally made for the Department of Education’s teacher broadcasters, but she decided to “re-edit it and modify it to help students and aspiring TV journalists.”

“Note that these tips are based on my 20 years experience on television. They are not supposed to be the standard for all TV writing,” she said.

Image Capture of Video by Kara David via Youtube

Unknown to many, Kara actually teaches journalism at the University of the Philippines Diliman for three years now. With more than two decades of experience as a journalist, Kara was among those who were awarded as the top news personality award during the 2020 Paragala Media Awards.

Netizens quickly posted positive comments on Kara’s first tutoria; expressing how thankful they are for the tips. A netizen said, “Thank you, this video caught my full attention. It’s direct, crisp and spontaneous. Cheers!”

You can watch the video via Kara David’s YouTube channel:

Source :

YouTube, Twitter