Michelle Adabra

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Michelle Adabra

Locality: London, United Kingdom
Summary: Michelle Adabra is a freelance journalist and urban music enthusiast. A former news and entertainment reporter at the Afro-Caribbean newspaper New Nation, she has also contributed to BET Online, Myspace: The Hook Up, US website Allhiphop.com, Blues and Soul Magazine and Britishhiphop.co.uk. She has sat on the BET Best UK Hip Hop Act Award panel twice (2007, 2008), as well as being a pundit on BBC Radio London, Choice FM and Colourful Radio. Branching into PR and online marketing in 2008, she has written biographies for several prominent UK and US actors and music artists. In summer 2009 she spearheaded the online marketing campaign for Penguin author Patrick Neates latest novel Jerusalem, from which the accompanying Jerusalem track and music video performed by UK rapper Sway became a viral smash. In summer 2009 she joined forces with former New Nation employees to launch Lime magazine: a free, multi-cultural entertainment listings guide. Michelle is the Features Editor and the PR contact for this exciting publication (www.comelime.com). Michelle is currently spearheading a national PR campaign for international development charity VSO - which aims to encourage volunteering in diaspora communities. Michelle also works in schools as a learning support officer. Michelle Adabra graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA in Journalism and Media Studies.
Current: Features Editor / Freelance Journalist / Freelance Publicist at Got Media Ltd Press Officer at Rich Visions Features Editor at Lime Magazine see less...
Education:  School name:   

Industry: Publishing
Skills: PR/Press campaigns / Journalism / Supplementary education - learning support.
Experience: Got Media Ltd (Publishing industry): Features Editor / Freelance Journalist / Freelance Publicist,   
Rich Visions (Publishing industry): Press Officer,  (2010-Present) 
Lime Magazine (Publishing industry): Features Editor,  (February 2009-Present) 

Interests: Currently studying British Sign Language (BSL)
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Michelle Adabra | Journalist Directory

Public profile for Miss. Michelle Adabra on The Freelance Journalist Directory

Chipmunk - League Of His Own

Written by Michelle Adabra Sunday, 25 May 2008 At only 17, North London based Chipmunk already has an impressive three mixtapes under his belt.

BET Hip Hop Awards 2006

Written by Michelle Adabra Thursday, 16 November 2006 Britishhiphop.co.uk was present to see history in the making with the first ever BET Hip Hop Awards.

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An exclusive interview with Sharon Kay is the founder of ...

Words: Michelle Adabra Sharon Kay is the founder of London's first school of Burlesque, Burlesque Baby. Formed in 2005 and with 15 years expertise in the industry, Sharon ...

The Unheard words of new writers...

Colourful Opportunities: Khome talks to Michelle Adabra of the New Nation about publishing opportunities for new writers... ...

Wealth Check: 'My parents rely on me for financial support ...

Case notes. Michelle Adabra, 23, publishing assistant, Luton. Salary: £16,000 a year. Debts: a student loan and a small graduate loan from a bank.

Lime magazine celebrates first birthday | Arts & Culture | Ethnic Now

Lime was founded in August 2009 by three former New Nation employees, Dean Serieux (Lime’s head of sales), Michelle Adabra (Lime’s features editor) and Sophia A Jackson (Lime ...

Soulja Boy - Souljaboy tellem.com CD [Stacks On Deck]

Written by Michelle Adabra Tuesday, 20 November 2007 If you haven’t heard the infectious smash hit ' Crank That (Soulja Boy) ' by now, you may have at least seen the ...

2009 ATNews: Come Lime with Us - afridiziak.com/theatrenews

Afridiziak Theatre News editor and founder, Sophia Jackson, has joined forces with former New Nation employees, Dean Serieux and Michelle Adabra to launch Lime magazine - a ...