Veteran news producer Phil Rosenbaum, who produces stories for more than 200 network affiliates of CBS News, met virtually with Studio News Production students, and shared editing tips, industry insight and internship advice. Find out more about his recent visit.
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In an informal survey of Hunter students interning in newsrooms this semester, three of the four who replied said they were able to transition their internship to a home setting after the coronavirus outbreak. Learn more about their experiences under COVID-19.
Applications for CBS News’ summer 2020 internship are now open, with paid positions available in New York and Washington D.C. Positions are also available at the network's Sports units. Find out more.
CBS News veteran Bob Anderson speaks with Hunter Journalism Intern Rich Mendez about his decades of work at "60 Minutes," and about advice for student journalists. Read interview excerpts and listen to audio clips.
CBS News legend Mike Wallace was the subject of a documentary film screening and panel organized by the Journalism Program on Nov. 6, and featuring filmmaker Avi Belkin and CBS News veteran producer Bob Anderson. Learn what Wallace's legacy is for young journalists today and get advice for students from Anderson. Plus, watch full video of the panel.
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.
Hunter College journalism graduate Chelsea Narvaez has won an Emmy for her work on a CBS News primetime documentary. Find out what major news event led to the award.
Recent Hunter grad Chelsea Narvaez recounts how the tragic day that left 17 high school students dead in the Parkland, Fla., shooting, led her and the team at CBS News program 48 Hours to produce a powerful, Emmy Award-winning documentary to tell the story of the survivors.