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journalist , Communications educator

Ninfa Watt, Spanish journalist, communications educator. Member of Círculo Escritores Cinematográficos, SIGNIS-E, Organization Católica International Para la Comunicación, Association la Prensa Madrid.

Background

Watt, Ninfa was born on February 12, 1955 in Madrid. Daughter of Guillermo Watt and Josefina Pérez.

Education

Degree in Linguistics, Spanish Philology, University Complutense, Madrid, 1980. Degree in Literature, Spanish Philology, University Complutense, Madrid, 1980. Degree in Communication, Journalism magna cum laude, University Pontificia Salamanca, Spain, 1997.

Doctor of Philosophy in Communication, University Pontificia Salamanca, Spain, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy magna cum laude, University Pontificia Salamanca, Spain, 2008.

Career

Teacher literature, linguistics, humanities Compañía Santa Teresa de Jesús, Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca, Valladolid, Huelva, Barcelona, 1980—1992. Assistant professor Escuela Comunicación Cristiana UPSA, Salamanca, 1998—2001. Assistant professor television University Pontificia Salamanca, Spain, 1998—2002.

Contributor, radio program Cadena Committee on Publication Ethics, Madrid, since 1999. Department manager cinema, radio, television, Commission on the Rules for the Approval of the Electrical Equipment CEMCS, 1999—2002. Editor chief vida nueva, weekly magazine Ediciones PPC, Boadilla del Monte, 2002—2006.

Editor in chief Editorial PPC, 2002—2006, public manager, 2002—2006. Editor chief, Pnatalla 90 magazine CEMCS, 1999—2002. Television presenter, director nada que esconder Popular television, 2003.

Assistant professor specialized journalism, socio-religious news Facultad Comunicación UPSA, Salamanca, since 2004, assistant professor ethics communication, since 2008. Department head linguistics, humanities Compañía de Santa Teresa de Jesús, Spain, 1980—1992.

Membership

Member of Círculo Escritores Cinematográficos, SIGNIS-E, Organization Católica International Para la Comunicación, Association la Prensa Madrid.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Films, reading, music.

Connections

father:
Guillermo Watt

mother:
Josefina Pérez