Interview with DAPHNE CASSAR

DAPHNE CASSAR started working in media as a university student gaining experience with Public Broadcasting Services, TVM and University Broadcasting Services.  She joined PBS as a journalist in 2004 and over the years, has won several broadcasting awards.

Through her ten-year career with our national television station, Daphne has also presented and produced news bulletins and current affairs programmes which include TVAM and the 8pm News Bulletin.

In 2009, Daphne was awarded a Fulbright scholarship and she continued her studies in journalism and communication in America.  Daphne plans to pursue a PhD in organisational communication studies.
Do you collect anything?

Books and memorabilia that trigger happy memories.

What’s the most money you have spent in one go?

All the money I spent on my house.

If you had to win a big lottery, what would you do with the money?

Travel and use the rest to improve the lives of vulnerable people.

Are you a good cook? If yes, what is it that you can cook really well?

Soup, lasagna and steak. And also a delicious nutella mug cake.

What are your weaknesses?

There are only perceived weaknesses.

What do you think is your best asset?

The ability to laugh at myself in certain situations.

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