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.
Hunter journalism students found themselves on the other side of the camera on May 9 on their way to visit the headquarters of media giant Bloomberg.
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.
News 12 Brooklyn’s multimedia journalist Emily Lorsch offered MEDPL 202 Reporting and Writing 2 students tips on working under pressure and on deadline during a classroom visit on April 8.
Hunter journalism students were invited to explore the core of ABC News broadcast operations in late March, as part of a pair of tours organized by Prof. Adam Glenn, a former senior producer at the network.
News 12 anchor and reporter Jessica Cunnington talked about that meteoric rise from an entry-level reporting job to the nation's No. 1 market with Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s "Hunter News Now" students.
Women and Media Career Summit kicks off on Friday, April 12. Current students and recent grads are invited for a full-day of forum highlighting opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented.
SAG-AFTRA, the actor's union, has set April 6 as the date for its annual Mentoring Day for New York City-area college students interested in pursuing a broadcast journalism career.
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.