Next month, Syracuse will begin live streaming Common Council meetings online, in partnership with PBS affiliate WCNY. Check out my story for NCC News. Advertisements
Our last day of the trip was bittersweet. We spent the morning packing up and reflecting on our trip. We ended our official itinerary with a trip to Walla! News. Here we spoke to Jacob Eilon, a well-known anchor and editor. Eilon said reporting in Israel is “getting harder and harder.” The same… Read More Tel Aviv – Day 10
This was probably the most mind-blowing day of our trip. We met 36-year-old Tzippy Yarom, a woman in the Haredi community. She talked to us about “Haredim Mibifnim,” meaning the “Ultra-Orthodox from Within.” This was an incredible experience because she shattered all my preconceived notions about women in the ultra-orthodox community. Some things about Yarom:… Read More Jerusalem – Day 4
In a recent proposal, Governor Andrew Cuomo said he wants to get rid of tips in New York. This means that instead of earning tips, restaurant servers would all get a higher base wage. I visited local restaurants in Syracuse, where some employees said this proposal is not in their best interests. Right now, the idea… Read More Servers speak out against proposal to end tips in NY
Six-year-old Connor had his dream come true, but so did I! He met his heroes at Schenectady Police, and I got my first news story aired on television. Check it out here on New10ABC.
Check out the latest MBC broadcast! They have a lineup of fresh, entertaining stories, engaging anchors, and quality production. As always, the crew did not disappoint.
I was fortunate enough to spend eight whole days this summer in the heart of our nation, Washington D.C. Even better, I spent that time at Georgetown University for a broadcast journalism summer program! I’ve been really interested in broadcast journalism and television reporting, so I decided this summer camp would be the ideal opportunity… Read More Broadcast Journalism Institute at Georgetown University
Congratulations society, our attention spans are becoming shorter! This may seem like a blatant observation, but after a lecture, I gave it some deeper thought. I’m at a summer program at Georgetown University, and on Monday night we discussed the history of broadcast journalism with our academic director Robert Traynham. I learned that with the… Read More Co-evolution of technology and human behavior