Journalist, Filmmaker and Writer
Tim Knight is an Emmy and Sigma Delta Chi-award winning journalist, filmmaker and writer who’s worked for the Sunday Express, the Rand Daily Mail, Zambia TV, United Press International (three years, two wars in Congo), and ABC, NBC and PBS out of New York.
For ten years he was executive producer and lead trainer for all the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s TV journalists.
For two years, ending in 2014, he wrote the weekly front page media column, Watching the Watchdog, for Huffington Post, Canada.
He’s trained thousands of professional broadcast journalists, writers and speechmakers in hundreds of workshops in a dozen countries.
In 2008 he executive produced, co-directed wrote and narrated the 3-hour wildlife documentary trilogy Inside Noah’s Ark, shot in South Africa and broadcast on Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, PBS and 13 European networks.
He’s the author ofStorytelling and the Anima Factor, now in its second edition.
He recently moved from Canada to Cape Town where he offers workshops in storytelling, writing, speechmaking, interviewing and performing.