Award-winning documentary filmmakers Andrew Robinson and Dominic Smith visited Hunter College and the Roosevelt House on Tuesday, April 18th to talk…
Alex Hoyt, articles editor at GQ magazine, joined David Alm's Magazine Writing class via Zoom on April 23 to share some insights and offer advice to aspiring magazine journalists. Student Natalie Rash recounts his visit and runs through his tips.
Hunter News Now students, short on visuals because they can't report outside their homes, got a crash course in copyright law from Student Press Law Center Staff Attorney Sommer Ingram Dean. She paid a virtual visit to Professor Sissel McCarthy's MEDPL 388 Studio News Production class to teach students the basics. Find out the key to avoiding copyright trouble and what images you can use for free.
Freelance food writer Pamela Vachon paid a virtual visit to the journalism program's magazine writing class. Learn about her circuitous career path, and her tips on using story pitches to make good first impressions, as well as on writing what you care about.
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.
A pioneering young interactive storyteller joined students in Professor Adam Glenn’s Mobile Journalism MEDPL 387 course in mid-April to talk about her award-winning work and the possibilities for cutting-edge immersive media technologies.
New York Times writer Nathaniel Rich visited with Hunter journalism students after a talk about his climate change reporting to an audience of 150 at Roosevelt House 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.
Come have a coffee chat with Yahoo Finance, organized by Hunter College Career Development Services, and learn what it's like to work in the newsroom of the largest business and financial news platform in the world.
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.
Award-winning CNN Talent Coach Lenny Bourin visited with students in Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s Studio News Production class last week, sharing his know-how on helping anchors and reporters be their best on camera.
CNN photojournalist Jonathan O’Beirne shared a few simples rules with Prof. Sissel McCarthy’s Studio News Production students.
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.
Neha Prakash, senior editor on the social news desk at Condé Nast, and ProPublica senior reporter Jack Gillum visited Prof. Pam Frederick's News Literacy class in December.
"Do less better" is the resounding advice from former CBS News President Andrew Heyward to Professor Sissel McCarthy’s news video reporting students.
Frank Posillico, a videographer at The New York Daily News for the past five years, visited Prof. Jon Friedman's News Literacy in a Digital Age classroom in November and imparted some career advice for the members of the class.
by Jon Friedman
Briana Panetta, an intern at Fox 5 here in New York City, visited my News Literacy class…
News Video Reporting (MEDPL 283) students made their on-air debuts in mid-November as they learned how to read from a…