|Full name||Vic Motune|
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Photography|
|Last updated||01-12-2014 10:46|
I am an experienced freelance journalist who mainly writes about business and marketing.
As editor of new business site every kind of people (www.everykindofpeople.org), I specialise in marketing to diverse and smaller niche audiences.
I am interested in how businesses use online tools such as social media, podcasting and seo to connect with potential customers as well as how they engage offline through community engagement and sponsoring events.
I also written extensively about mental health and well being .
My work has been published in the New Statesman, , Mental Health Today, The Big Issue North and Drink and Drugs News amongst other publications.
I am the former Deputy Editor of weekly newspaper The Voice.
During my time in this role, I interviewed former Prime Minister Tony Blair at 10 Downing Street. I have also interviewed figures such as civil rights icon Reverend Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King III, and former Met Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair.
I have also provided news analysis for Sky News Breakfast, BBC News 24, BBC London Radio and LBC.
Before joining The Voice in 1999, Vic was a BBC network radio producer on shows such as Parkinson on Sport on Radio 5 Live and You and Yours on Radio 4.
He developed the Word Up! Magazine show for 5 Live in 1995.
I have twice won Specialist magazine writer of thr year at the Race in the Media awards (1999 and 2005).