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Hunter Journalism Students Appear on CUNY TV

CUNY TV's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic recently featured several Hunter Journalism and other students. Journalism students Emilia Nygren, Kalli Siringas and Shanel Thompson all appeared on the educational TV station's "Crisis in Motion" tv specials this past April and May, sharing their experience with distance learning and post-grad job hunting amidst a recession. Check out the videos.
Journalist Eli Kintisch (lower left) is joined by panelists Andrew James Benson (upper left) and Jennie Butler (lower right) in a webinar to discuss "The Art of the Remote Interview"

Pandemic Reporting Requires Remote Interview Smarts

With face-to-face reporting still unsafe during the COVID-19 outbreak, remote video interviewing has become a “key tool in our arsenal," according to journalists and videographers during an April 6 Zoom training webinar. Get tips and tricks for conducting professional web video interviews.

Celebrity Makeup Artist Comes to Hunter

A makeup artist who works with celebrity journalists and the stars visited Studio News Production class last week to teach journalism students how to apply high definition makeup as their first Hunter News Now newscast approaches. Get his top tips, plus a discount.

CBS Execs Share Career Advice with Online Journalism Students

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.