Angela Robson, International Journalist
Angela Robson is a multi award-winning journalist and film-maker. She has reported from over fifty countries, investigating, filming and producing media content for the BBC, Aljazeera, the Guardian, Comic Relief, and for a number of charities.
A sought-after media consultant and trainer for charities, health and academic institutions, corporate and editorial clients, Angela’s contact book is second to none. Her highly creative approach means she truly delivers, using all forms of digital and traditional media to secure superlative coverage.
Some of Angela’s media coups for clients include placing a film and online story about trachoma and the work of Sightsavers on the BBC news website, which was seen by seven million people in four hours. She secured Tatler Magazine’s ‘Best 100 Hotels in the World’ for a small Scottish seaside boutique hotel, which resulted in her client quadrupling its bookings. Angela’s coverage of the threat to forest elephants in Central Africa – a joint media production for the Guardian and the WWF – lead to a personal invitation to Clarence House to have tea with Prince Charles.
Angela’s awards and nominations include the European Commission’s Natali Lorenzo Prize, the Guardian International Development Journalism Prize and the British Media and Environment Prize. She is a judge for the Sandford St Martin Media Awards and is a guest lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University and Leicester University. She has a Masters degree in English from the University of Toronto, Canada.
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