National Hug a Newsperson Day
Recognizing the hard work and dedication of journalists, it is important to show your appreciation for their reporting. On April 4th every year we celebrate National Hug A Journalist Day by hugging them or touching up report cards!
Why National Hug a Newsperson Day:
This day is very special to everyone, and more importantly, the people who love staying informed about everything that’s going on both locally and internationally. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary “newsman” dates back 1596 meaning those hardworking individuals work years before ensuring they get their facts straight so you can trust them when it comes time for news!
The following is a list of well-known journalists and media personalities in order from most famous to least: Tom Brokaw, Barbara Walters David Brinkley Katie Couric Walter Cronkite Ann Curry Lester Holt Peter Jennings Connie Chung They are all household names that you recognize from your TV or newspaper every day.
If you want to be kept informed of the important happenings in your local area then read this newspaper. From politics and traffic jams, crime updates, or even educational articles on how tomorrow will come – they’ve got it all!
The local newspaper is the most trusted source for news in my area. They provide a variety of coverage, from sports reports to international happenings and everything else you could think about needing knowledge on! These professionals carefully select which stories they want their audience informed with so that every person can find something interesting or important when browsing them each day.
The international newsperson is a very important person in today’s world. They must be able to report on what’s happening globally and accurately reflect it home, no matter where they happen to find themselves living or working at the moment. This means that these journalists will often travel far beyond their own country just so long as there are other places worth telling stories about- which makes them an invaluable resource for anyone who wants accurate information delivered straight from those front lines!
How we can observe National Hug a Newsperson Day:
To celebrate this day, do any of the following activities:
Post on social media
The day of appreciation for newspeople is coming up! This year, celebrate the hardworking men and women who keep us informed with their stories that help make our lives more knowledgeable. Post on social media using #National Hug ANewsPersonDay to show your support–and maybe even get a few likes in return 🙂
Visit a news station to personally thank them
When you are traveling through town, stop by and thank the news station for their work. You can also mention how much value they bring in protecting lives around this area with all of these great reports on top stories each day!
Talking to people about the remarkable work newspersons do
This day is a great opportunity to speak with people and share the many ways that newspersons add value to our lives. We can highlight one important point, which includes informing us about things so we’re prepared for any eventuality!
Donate to your local news station
Watching the local news station is a great way to support your community. Donating funds, materials or time can go towards helping them with their work and make life better for all of us in ways that we never know!
Hug a newsperson
It’s not too late to show your gratitude! Hug them and thank you.
Read (or watch) the news
Instead of just watching the news, you can also read or listen to it! This is a great way for people who are interested in understanding what goes on outside their home country.
Interesting facts about National Hug a Newsperson Day:
On this day in 1991, Hulk Hogan won a landmark lawsuit against Viacom. The ruling made him financially successful and allowed for the creation of what is now known as “The Wrestling Network.”
This happened just one year after acid-house music became popular during club nights like “Monday Night Raw” on the USA network!
On October 11th, 1975 – a whole different approach to delivering news was instituted with the premiere of “Saturday Night Live.” In 1948 John Cameron Swayze became television’s first Anchorman.
The 2004 film, “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” featured a popular character who became an even more colorful weather girl at the end. This is because Karen Smith’s appearance replaces newscaster Brian Peters after he leaves his post to marry girlfriend Veronica Haller-Petersen (Portia de Rossi).
History of National Hug a Newsperson Day:
Though no one knows how this day became a national holiday, it has been celebrated since 1998. The National Day Calendar research continues to find out more about its origins and why we should celebrate them!