Life is going on and days are passing so fast and no matter where ever you live in the world, whatever you do, either happy or sad, there are three words to define life and they are "life goes on."
By Shoukat Zardari, AWAZ-TV Anchor from Karachi, Pakistan Today, I want to share different things I see here and discuss some things back at my home. When I got up early in the morning on Monday, I was
By Shoukat Zardari, AWAZ-TV Anchor from Karachi, Pakistan Friday gave me a great start as usual and I learned in the morning editorial meeting that I would join reporter Matt Barbour in covering a major
It was really a wonderful start on Thursday with high expectations. When I came to station, I knew they were hosting a group of 40 visiting leaders from the Leadership Chattanooga program.
My day started with daily news meeting on Wednesday followed by an hour-long discussion with WRCB assignments manager Melydia Clewell and Sara Anne Rook, producer, about the future of my region.
Shoukat Zardari, Anchor for AWAZ-TV in Karachi, Pakistan is visiting WRCB for the month of October to learn about media in the U.S. His first day included meeting the news team and joining the crew covering a train derailment in Dade County.
Pakistani anchor, receiving media training at WRCB in October, reacts to Taliban attack on 14-year-old peace activist. The girl was targeted for speaking out about education rights for females.
A high-profile journalist form Karachi, Pakistan is visiting WRCB for the month of October as part of an international journalist exchange program.