Author: David Henne

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Student Reel RTVF 84

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Check out the latest television productions from Professor Douglas Morrow’s RTVF 84 class, where students hone skills in writing and post production.

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Action, Jackson

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Desmond Jackson ’15 Plays NYC Film Festival Before Heading to L.A.

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All the News That’s Fit to Smith

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Reporting on the continued success of Briana Smith ’15, M.A. ’17, journalism all-star, a News21 Fellow and current reporter for Spectrum News.

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Re-Imagining Journalism

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Two Herbert School alumni, Jamie Cohen and Ryan Broderick, participate in global conference on re-imagining journalism in Salzburg, Austria.

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The Kimberly Chin Report

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Herbert School journalism alumna Kimberly Chin ’10 reaches the news desk at the Wall Street Journal as a breaking news reporter.

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Community of Collaborators

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LHSC film professor George Nicholas serves as cinematographer and producer (and is one of many Hofstra collaborators) on the new movie 7 Splinters in Time.

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Catching Up With Professor Wu

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On April 19, LHSC Assistant Professor Jingsi Wu, Ph.D., held a media studies panel featuring three recent alumni. The event, “Technology, Policy, and the Professional Media Landscape,” featured helpful advice for current LHSC students about to enter the workforce.

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Live From Studio A Turns 20

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The 20th Annual Live from Studio A is an hourlong live concert special produced by Lyndsey Shulman, Nicole Buckley, Libby Creek and Maria Santana, for their senior capstone production.

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In Good Company

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On June 27, three stellar student broadcasters in the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication will be recognized at the 43th Annual Gracie Awards for excellence in news programming for their work at WRHU 88.7 FM.