Published Work

Latest print published feature: Khabar Magazine Book Review: Lasting Lessons from the Last Queen

Latest digital published feature: Lonely Planet: Top 12 Things to Do in Georgia for Summertime Fun

I am a former news reporter and editor who has worked in India, Guam, Florida and Louisiana. I received my bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications from the University of Florida in 2008, and have worked as a radio news anchor, a writer and editor with Gannett’s Pacific Daily News in Guam and The News-Star in Monroe, Louisiana. I have also written for The Hindu, India’s National newspaper, and the Gainesville Sun and Gainesville Magazine.

Check out my journalist resume: Amritha Alladi Joseph _ Journalist Resume 2022

In 2012, I was awarded two quarterly awards from Gannett for exceptional and relentless reporting: one, for my report into the ways inadequate planning cost taxpayers $2 million more than expected to construct a new terminal at Monroe Regional Airport; and two, for my in-depth look at the problems caused by a poorly supervised installation of a major automated water meter project. It left the city two months behind in billings. 

Below are links some of my published clips.