The Business of Journalism

Posted on June 28, 2012

Myriam Robin sells out for the corporates.

Early mornings don’t agree with me, but this year, I’ve been trying to foster the friendship.
For you see, I’ve sold out. I’ve joined the ranks of the corporate world. I get up at 7am every morning and reach an office in Melbourne’s central business district by 8am. As a business journalist, I try, like all journalists, to be impartial, fair, fearless and insightful. But let’s not get too idealistic. The truth is I provide a professional service: information, for people to whom staying informed is a professional necessity.

Read more about Myriam’s transition into the world of paid journalism in Overcoat Issue Two: Work.

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