Grace O'Hare

Broadcast Journalism Student

Location icon United Kingdom

Third-year Journalism Student at the University of Salford in MediaCityUK.
My portfolio consists of work I have done both in and outside of the university.
Over the past year, I have worked on projects for CBBC Newsround, ITV Granada Reports, Viva Magazine, Quays News, Shock Radio and my personal blog.
I cover a variety of news stories over various platforms such as print, online and broadcast.
Follow me on Twitter to keep updated with my work! @graceemilyohare

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Bbc
01/31/2018
Winter Olympics: 10 to watch!

It's not long until the Winter Olympics kick off in South Korea. Thousands of athletes will be attending, over 100 events will be taking place in 15 different sports and all of it will be shown on TV! But how will we know who and what to watch?

Salford Now
12/06/2018
Salford-based gymnast comes 16th in world championships | Salford Now

Salford-trained gymnast Willow Clarke-May travelled over 3,000 miles to compete for Great Britain in the trampolining world championships - where she came 16th. The competition took place in St Petersburg and saw more than 40 countries participate in one of the biggest sporting events in Russia.

Salford Now
12/14/2018
'Unsung' Salford hero plants tree at Monton Sport Club to mark Manchester Airport anniversary |...

As part of Manchester Airport's 80th birthday celebrations, communities across Greater Manchester were gifted commemorative oak trees and time capsules to mark the mile stone. One of the lucky recipients was Monton Sports Club in Salford. 'Unsung hero' and Salford resident Keith Brookes along with Salford MP Rebecca Long-Bailey planted the tree this morning on the frosty fields of the clubs grounds.

Salford Now
12/13/2018
Salford 'food fairy' struggling for funds for Christmas dinners | Salford Now

Natalie Lek, who has a reputation of being the 'food fairy of the North' for her charity work, is struggling to come up with the funds to provide over 1000 dinners to those in need this Christmas. Since her last feature on Salford Now, Natalie has been unable to reach her initial goal of £3000.

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