Broadcast journalist Ivette Davila-Richards reviewed the first Hunter News Now show of the semester in class and shared her production expertise with students.
Latest Program News
Award-winning author and New York Times writer-at-large Nathaniel Rich will come to Hunter College’s Roosevelt House on April 8 to discuss his groundbreaking Times Magazine issue on climate change.
The Wall Street Journal is hosting its Student Editor Summit on Friday, March 22.
ProPublica's executive chairman and founding editor-in-chief, Paul Steiger, will be in conversation with Reg Chua, Reuters Editorial's COO, this Wednesday, March 20, from 6-8 pm at Columbia University School of Journalism (World Room).
CUNY J+ is offering workshops as well as a plethora of summer intensive programs.
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.
CBS 2 and WLNY-TV are now offering college students the opportunity for paid internships in many of its departments, including News, Sports, Meteorology, Creative Services and Communications/Public Affairs.
thisistheBronx.info, a Bronx-based cultural and information portal, seeks journalism/new media students to help create the content for this new media project.
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.