Kamin Gock awarded CRA’s Brian White Scholarship

Kamin Gock has been named the recipient of the Brian White Scholarship by Commercial Radio Australia.

The announcement:

Charles Sturt University student, Kamin Gock was announced today as the winner of the Brian White Scholarship awarded by Commercial Radio Australia (CRA).

Currently in his third year of journalism at Charles Sturt University, Gock said: “This is a truly amazing opportunity, I’m so thankful and can’t wait to make the most of the scholarship.  My long term goal is to become a well-rounded, credible journalist who makes a positive difference in the industry through objective and investigative reporting.”

Gock, was one of eight student finalists who attended a news workshop at the Southern Cross Austereo roof top in Sydney last week.  Commercial radio news directors; Deborah Clay (ARN), Michelle Stephenson (Nova), Erin Maher (MMR) and Natasha Jobson (SCA) spoke to the group and set a number of challenging tasks to be completed in a short time frame.

Australian Radio Network, national news director Deborah Clay said: We received a high calibre of applicants this year for the Brian White scholarship and Kamin Gock stood out as a journalist with outstanding potential for radio news. From presenting to writing and editing scripts to compiling a report, Kamin relished every opportunity thrown his way and asked the right questions. I look forward to seeing how his skills are further developed through the Brian White Scholarship, an important initiative offered by Commercial Radio Australia.”

Source: CRA


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