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Brenda Wardle’s Coverage Of The Oscar Pistorius Trial Breaks Down Walls

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Brenda Wardle is a respected journalist who has covered civil and criminal trials across South Africa for many years. She is well-known in South Africa, but she became a household name around the world due to her coverage of the Oscar Pistorius trial. Brenda was not afraid to express her opinion, and she helped the nation of South Africa air its grievances over the trial. This article explains how Brenda Wardle helped a concerned nation handle such a sensational trial.

#1: Brenda Covered The Trial With Grace

Brenda Wardle is one of the most poised broadcasters in the world today. The typical broadcaster would have been shaken by the gory details of one young woman’s death, but Brenda was able to give a blow-by-blow account of the trial without seeming lost in the coverage. Her style of reporting helped the South African people understand what had happened, and she presented clear reports that helped people keep up with the trial.

#2: Brenda Was Not Afraid To Express Her Opinion

Brenda offered her opinion during each broadcast to ensure the nation that she had a heart during the proceedings. It is difficult to remain stoic for weeks on end, and Brenda is one of few broadcasters who would show her emotions on the air. She expressed her opinions about the trial when they were needed, and she often voiced frustrations felt by many people in South Africa. She holds a bond with the common South African that other reporters do not have.

#3: She Stayed With The Trial To The Very End

Brenda was willing to stay with the trial until the day that it ended. Many reporters have given up on long assignments such as this trial in the past, and she was able to stay with the broadcast until the last day. The consistency that Brenda offered to the nation helped South Africans get through a trial that impacted everyone in the nation. The tragic death of a beautiful young woman shook South Africa to its core, and Brenda Wardle helped the country heal.

The Oscar Pistorius trial is one of the most noted murder trials of all time, and Brenda Wardle was able to help people get through the trial with her grace and poise. Her broadcasts were easy to watch, and she gave the people of South Africa the information they needed about a truly terrible tragedy.

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A Look at Coriant

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Telecommunications is a business field that has a very heavy influence on the world we live in, and continues to grow with each passing day. Coriant is a company involved in this field and knows this too well.

Coriant is the name of an independent telecom company that was first created in 2013, having its company headquarters in Germany and the United States. The company was originally part of Nokia Siemens Networks before it got its own start but then decided to declare itself as an independent company that is also owned by Marlin Equity Partners. Along with this, Marlin Equity has made the announcement that Coriant and Tellabs, another telecom company that supplies the technology for Coriant, will take part in a business merger while everything as a whole will run as Coriant.

Heading the company of Coriant is Shaygan Kheradpir, the CEO. Kheradpir was recently appointed to the position of CEO and chairman of the board, after having worked closely with all of the vendors and partners of the company, specifically with Marlin Equity. With him in the leading position he now takes over for Pat DiPietro, who is now the vice chariman of Coriant.

Kheradpir himself is a native of London, United Kingdom but spent a chunk of his youth living in Iran. Eventually he decided to move to the United States and attend Cornell University, receiving bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees in the electrical engineering field. After college he took his first job as a network routing manager at GTE Laboratories, which merged with Bell Atlantic to form Verizon in 2000. He served as the president of one division and was then promoted to the first chief information officer (CIO) of the company. Over the course of his career at Verizon, he was responsible for numerous breakthroughs and accomplishments, including reducing the information tech budget, cutting down on the necessary staff needed and reductions in spending from technology vendors. His team was also able to develop and fix certain systems in Verizon, such as the calling center and any customer service systems.