Meeting with a journalist friend tomorrow to discuss my upcoming SBS news room application.
Times, just like Ms Chin’s many outfits, have changed.
Programmes like Insight and Dateline have become noteworthy, while SBS 2 has rolled out content for younger viewers, including “The Feed”
Must ready myself for the interview- assuming that my various other submissions make the cut, which will include:
- A personal statement
This feels as though it’d be a pretty significant part of the process. Have you heard of the CAR method? The circumstances surrounding one’s workplace assignment, the actions taken, the results had.
- A resume
- A show reel along with a combination of YouTube or audio links online
If I’m short-listed they’d also like two reference statements.
Now, this sounds all very well and good as a series of bullet points, but HOW, oh HOW, shall I hit all the marks, make a good impression, show my suitability for the organisation’s “aims and objectives?”
The values that have made this channel the trusted provider of multicultural content, with a perceptive and open consciousness of International news, is what I’m being examined on.
“SBS Television: bold, brave, independent”
So, time to go learn a little more about SBS!
Here’s a vid of me breaking down the direction of the network