Robert Apiyo, also known as Prince Nesta, recently received a top paper award with Dean Al Stavitsky of the Reynolds School of Journalism at this year’s Broadcaster Education Association conference.
Robert “Nesta” Apiyo, who is better known as Prince Nesta to his listeners, is a former radio host in Kenya and current graduate student at the Reynolds School of Journalism.
Focus on Africa’s Sophie Ikenye on Interviewing Presidents, the Importance of Social Media and Tips for Future Journalists
Sophie Ikenye is a presenter and content producer for the Focus on Africa program, an African news program that covers politics, economics, entertainment, innovation, culture and sports on the BBC’s World Service. Ikenye, who is based in London, looks up to Christiane Amanpour and the late Ghanaian BBC journalist Komla Dumor among others as inspirations for her own work.
The Reynolds School of Journalism recognizes scholarship recipients, honor society students and award winners.
Kenneth Dalton is the founder of Our Story, Inc.. The tagline of his organization’s website is : “Sharing the Stories of the Unsung in Northern Nevada Since 1996.”