Hunter News Now students made history on May 8, telecasting their show live on the Hunter College Journalism Youtube channel for the first time ever.
Lloyd Siegel, a 44-year veteran journalist of NBC News, visited Professor Sissel McCarthy’s Studio News Production class and offered praise for the latest Hunter News Now show.
The Pulitzer Center has awarded one of its prestigious summer reporting fellowship to Hunter journalism student Audrey Henson (pictured, left). The fellowship comes with a $3,000 grant that Henson will use to travel to Japan to report on dementia treatments.
Former NBC News and Fox News anchor Linda Vester offered her coaching services to Reporting and Writing 2 students in Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s class on March 14, as they prepare to write, report and deliver their first audio news stories.
Broadcast journalist Ivette Davila-Richards reviewed the first Hunter News Now show of the semester in class and shared her production expertise with students.
The Deadline Club is now accepting scholarship applications from undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in journalism or journalism-oriented communication programs in the New York City metropolitan area.
The Society of Environmental Journalists' annual award competition has reintroduced its student journalism category, in honor of 2019 as the Year of the Student Journalist.
The team behind Hunter News Now, a live newscast on issues and events for the Hunter College audience, wrapped the first show of its third season on March 6.
The deadline is approaching March 8 for applications to the Pulitzer Center summer reporting fellowship, which each year provides one Hunter student with $3,000 to cover an under-reported global story from overseas.
Students in Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s Studio News Production class are getting ready for the third season of Hunter News Now, a biweekly newscast that focuses on the Hunter College community.