Thirty years in journalism

Lindor Reynolds, Winnipeg Free Press, celebrates 30 years in journalism this week.

In her column, Lindor says, “We get into this business for a variety of reasons. It’s exciting. You meet new people every day. You might get lucky and make a difference, move a reader or change a policy.” 

She talks about the dreams, the excitement, and the challenges of her 30 years in the news business.

“We kept doing it because, for most of us, there was no possible alternative, nothing that would ever match the excitement and the novelty and the freedom. We did it because we were blessed to have the chance.”

A member of the NSNC Board serving as Treasurer in 2007, Reynolds was also the winner of the 2005 Will Rogers Humanitarian Award for her charity  work on behalf of underpriviledged children.

Check out her column “Three decades of enjoying my dream career” at
The Winnipeg Free Press.

News tip courtesy of Dave Lieber

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