RABAT — When a reporter’s computer crashes, it totally alters how her work is done. How do I know? It happened to me.
Often, a reader may not think about what foreign correspondents do in order to get a story.
I am a student, but I am practicing “boots on the ground” journalism and I am learning about what it takes to be a foreign correspondent, and believe me, it takes more than good writing skills.
A computer issue like mine is one of many obstacles that journalists abroad encounter.