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SummaryTabitha Soren is a famous Celebrity from USA, she is 47 years old and still alive, born August 19, 1967.
BiographyTabitha Lee Sornberger is an American journalist. Note to the public for its services and campaigns on MTV News Choose or Lose as a promoter to push young people to vote and understand the policy.
Soren is born in Texas from a traditional family. In 1987, only nineteen, is accepted by the Beastie Boys to appear in music video (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party), a hit single soon on MTV that gets a great success. In the same year he studied at New York University.
In 1997 he married the writer and journalist Michael Lewis, who later took the name Tabitha Lee Lewis who also uses television to replace that of baptism.
Some clips from interviews between Soren and rapper Tupac Shakur were included in the documentary Tupac: Resurrection.
Zodiac etc.She is born under the zodiac leo, who is known for Ruling, Warmth, Generosity, Faithful, Initiative. Our collection contains 20 quotes who is written / told by Tabitha.
Related authors: Michael Lewis, Tupac Shakur
Source / external links:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabitha_Soren
Famous quotes by Tabitha Soren (20)
"It's nice to know about something as soon as it happens, and obviously a newspaper can't provide that"
"If the breaking news story had to do with hard news, politics specifically, I had a lot to do with it. If it had to do with music, Kurt Loder was more involved"
"If the breaking news event has something to do with young people, specifically with MTV's audience, there was a higher chance that I would actually go cover it with a television camera instead of just write the story myself and read it on the air"
"It's not like I just have to go to Washington and go to the White House everyday, and go to the same press conference at 10 in the morning and then be briefed at 4 in the afternoon, and then get a story on at 6"
"I've been told I'm a player, but people still don't always return my calls"
"I worked at NBC and MTV for two years, and it was very interesting to see the comparisons of audiences and the way that I would have to present a story to the two different places"
"For the last year I've been at Stanford University as a student and I've had time to read the newspaper"
"At MTV, although the audience is smaller, I found it more interesting to deliver news to a specific group of people, because my story then did not have to try to be all things to all people"
"Some of those stories in local newspapers are just as dull and boring as the stories that I get from on-line services, which are basically sort of straight news"
"When I was a freelancer, I thought this journalism thing was a racket, and now that I'm where I am now, I know it's a racket"
"Online, you have things like Slate Magazine, which has a lot of commentary and analysis of stories, so it gives you a fuller picture. I would compare that to a news magazine or the New Republic"
"In the New York Times, you're going to get completely different information than you would in the USA Today"
"At MTV, it's very nice sometimes to be able to be very specific. Specificity really makes a news story interesting because you can color it in that personality"
"You have a specific, defined audience-at MTV, they assume the audience to the news is 15 to 30 years old and they do a lot of research about the things they're interested in"
"At NBC I wasn't really sure if the grandparents were going to get my sense of humor on a particular topic"