Best News Correspondent on Brooklyn Community Access Television's 'Dance Hall World' New York 2005 - FREEDOM
The Dance Hall World newsgirls often get clumsy with the teleprompter, interrupting their retellings of the past week's wig-tossings and near-beatdowns at local dancehall events with dramatic pauses that kind of undermine the show's "no more drama" ethos. But FREEDOM's pauses leave space for facial gesturing and cervical contortions that add tonal depth (bemusement, agitation, consternation, etc.) to otherwise dry copy. She rests her neck only to emphasize calm when reading that "cooler heads prevailed."