In four minutes, journalism students in the introductory broadcast class (JRN310) provide updated national and international news headlines as well as this week’s local weather.
Congratulations to @nimaelbagir, our 2022 #MarieColvin Distinguished Lecturer, and her @CNN team on winning a #NewsEmmy for their devastating reports on #Tigray https://twitter.com/nimaelbagir/status/1575344445293301762
To the #Tigray survivors, victims and their families: thank you for entrusting us with your stories. The recognition for our body of work on Ethiopia serves to counter the false narratives around the reality in Tigray. I’m so incredibly proud to lead this wonderfully dogged team. https://twitter.com/newsemmys/status/1575306516814610433
Congratulations @nimaelbagir for this well-deserved win. Thank you also for sharing the story of this reporting with us at last year’s Marie Colvin lecture. https://youtu.be/w7PAZ_aPidY #stonybrooku
A look at the CNN investigation that has won the #NewsEmmys Award for Outstanding Research. https://cnn.it/3fn82mV
The #NewsEmmys Award for Outstanding Research: News goes to Ethiopia: Exposing the Hallmarks of a Genocide (@CNN).
What's Putin's end game in Ukraine now? Former @CBSNews Moscow correspondent & @stonybrooku prof Jonathan Sanders and @IREXintl fellow and Moldovan media content producer Ecaterina Miscisina talk it over with the Marie Colvin Center https://youtu.be/5D2qcoaoRCs
Join us Oct 6 at the #stonybrooku Bauman Center for My Life as a Solutions Journalist with @soljourno founder Tina Rosenberg. All are welcome!