Louis Labovitch

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Location
Atlanta, GA
School
City, University Of London
California State University, Fresno
London Academy Of Music And Dramatic Art
Expertise
Vegan Cooking, Chick-fil-A Menu, Smoothie Recipes
  • Louis was invited to the Chick-fil-A test kitchen in Atlanta, Ga, to make a video news package and interview the head chef ahead of the release of their new cauliflower burger.
  • While freelancing for SABC, Louis filmed the now President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, in an impromptu style interview by chasing him down in London after his country lost the bid for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
  • Louis' documentary "The Race Against Batten's Disease" was nominated in 2018 for Best Student Documentary in the U.K. and was one of three finalists.

Experience

Louis has worked consistently in the online journalism world since 2018. He was recruited out of university by the editor of the Sun Online and went on to cut his teeth with the editorial team during night shifts at their HQ in London. He then made a lateral move to work in UGC content for Newsflare where he reported on stringer videos covering breaking and ongoing news stories. He was an associate producer for CBS' 48 Hours during the worldwide coverage of 2018's Royal Wedding between Harry and Meghan. He has a number of published articles with the based Atlanta arts online publication, ArtsATL, and has multiple original plays produced in London and Atlanta.

Education

Louis graduated with honors after studying Masters in Journalism from the U.K.'s top journalism school, City University, London, in 2018. He also earned a bachelor's degree in theater and a minor in percussion performance from California State University, Fresno.
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