Journalism profs used to make shy students cry by ordering them to do man-on-the-street interviews. It sorted out who was going to make it and who wasn't. Another convention, this one created by television, is the flood-water standup. Here is Travis Dhanraj of CP24 in what may his first such immersion.
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