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Dr. Abraham J. Awan

Specializes in: Health/Wellness, Education, Science, Ethnic Issues, Photography, Politics, Religion, Motivational subjects, Hosting, and Anchoring talk shows.

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158-01 Willets Point Blvd
Whitestone, NY  
Phone: 718-596-1138
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Work has previously appeared: National Daily Newspaper, Community Newspaper, National Magazine, National Television, Online Newsmagazine, Internet News websites, Book on "Audacity in Journalism" is coming soon.

I have an excellent on-air presentation and delivery, a strong broadcast voice, brilliant research skills, and a passion for fair journalism. Received a Ph.D. Degree on Journalism and Mass Communication, and Ph.D. Degree in Analytical Chemistry from Columbia University New York, USA. Have been freelancing for the past nine years on various non-fiction television and newspaper projects. Experience to date has provided me a host of opportunities to further develop reporting and photojournalism skills. The joy and wonderment of this business are that news happens every day; courageous and curious journalists attempt to report freely. I am a quick thinking and detail-oriented journalist with watchdog vision on current affairs. Thankfully, my work has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, New York Newsday, Wall Street Journal, and many other publications.

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