Hello I’m Fadia Patterson and I am the “One Woman Bandit”. I enterprise, shoot, write and edit stories for broadcast and other multimedia platforms. This blog is a journal for my adventures as multimedia journalist in the ever evolving broadcast television industry.
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“The One Woman Bandit”
Fadia Patterson–Multimedia Journalist/ One Woman Band