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Miranda Anthistle has enjoyed a successful career since graduating from Humber College’s Journalism program in 2011.
After landing her first on-air job in Medicine Hat, Anthistle is now an anchor and producer with Global News Toronto.
She credits Humber College and its instructors for helping with her career.
“When I was at Humber, I had never been so sure of this decision I had made,” said Anthistle. “(It) was just so empowering to be surrounded by people who wanted me to realize my dream.”
Anthistle has covered events including the Toronto Raptors championship run, the Toronto International Film Festival and Caribana, as well breaking stories such as the Danforth shooting. She was also the co-executive producer of Hidden Hate: Anti-Asian Racism.
“What keeps me passionate and inspired is knowing every day there’s someone’s story to tell,” said Anthistle.
She also has a few tips for achieving success in journalism. Number one is to take risks and not be afraid to go after what you want. The second is to be and stay curious; while the last is remembering what a privilege it is to be speaking to people and sharing their stories.