Students in Professor Sissel McCarthy’s MEDIA 211 class learned all about bias, fairness and balance in the news media from one of the nation’s preeminent scholars on news literacy, during a guest lecture on Oct. 24. Find out what three questions he urged students to ask when consuming news.
Author: Journalism Program
The long-time producer for Mike Wallace of "60 Minutes" fame and the director of a newly released documentary about the iconic newsman will take part in a Nov. 6 screening of the film organized by Hunter College's journalism program. Be sure to attend and join a mixer afterwards.
Join a Nov. 7 workshop that teaches how to integrate social media into your journalism. The workshop is being organized by The Society of Professional Journalists and the Facebook Journalism Project, and taught by udience engagement and homepage editor at the New York Daily News. RSVP here.
The Marshall Project is offering a limited number of paid summer internships for student journalists in its offices in New York. Paid internships are available in reporting, data reporting, visual journalism and audience engagement. Find out how to apply by the Nov. 15 deadline.
Dow Jones' Mansion Global, the premier destination for news, analysis and trend stories on the luxury residential market worldwide, is seeking an editorial intern for the summer 2020 semester.
Students from Hunter’s Online Journalism class got a window into the inner workings of CBS Interactive on Oct. 16, along with insightful career and networking advice, thanks to a tour of its operations and an afternoon of meetings with senior executives and news producers. Find out the top tips they heard about succeeding in the profession.
Decider.com, a New York Post Digital Network property, is seeking an editorial intern to join its team this spring. Find out how to apply.
The New York bureau of American Public Radio's Marketplace program has an summer internship opportunity for those who have an active interest in business journalism. Find out how to apply.
The feature writing class was visited last week by another in its series of accomplished remarkable guests, Amanda Hess, critic-at-large at the New York Times. Read about the toughest parts of reporting for her.
Hunter journalism students and others are encouraged to come celebrate the winners of the 2019 James Aronson Awards for Social Justice Journalism, at a ceremony and reception with free food and drink on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 6:30-8:30p at Hunter College’s Silberman School of Social Work at 2180 Third Ave. at 119th St. The awards, which recognize excellence in written reporting that exposes widespread injustices, underlying causes and possible reforms, will go to an undergraduate student winner, as well as to journalists at Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism (pictured left).