Original Reporting

During the 2018 Spring semester students followed their curiosity and reported stories that show their diverse interests and reflect what’s happening on campus and in their communities.

Henry Guaman and Jennifer Vazquez-Orellana covered the City College Concrete Canoe Club as students built a canoe and then put it in the water to race.

Maty Drame took an inside look at the New York International Auto Show to see the cars people dream about.

Sonyi Lopez and Zoltan Lucas reported about the drive to get New Yorkers to compost their food garbage.

Bushra Begum reported the story of a Bronx community’s concern about a rezoning plan that’s likely to change their neighborhood forever.

Joey Viglietta reported about the student protest to retain control of fees for their clubs and organizations.

Chiara Mordan reports about how Uber and other ride apps changed New York’s black car and taxi business.

Katy Herchenroeder and Max Adler reported about the last day of the orchid show at the New York Botanical Garden.

Reena Afridi reports about the program to feed the homeless run by the non-profit Muslims Giving Back.

Zoltan Lucas reported his version of the New York City drive to get people to compost.

Watch a story about Bronx youth soccer by Briana Almestichere.

Watch a story about Changing Harlem by Briah Foster  here.

Watch a story where City College students talk about the subway by Naomi Beaubrun here

Watch a story about a Peruvian Café in Ridgewood, Queens by Alessandra Medina here .

Watch a story about graffiti in Bushwick by Karina Batista here.

 

From the Previous Semester

 

Students in the Fall 2017 TV and video reporting class covered  a range of stories that included an art project on the Upper Westside of Manhattan, the problem of drug users in a Bronx Park, a rezoning controversy in the Bronx, a dance program in Washington Heights, an art program for Bronx students and the conflict between strippers and bartenders in Queens strip clubs over tips and pay.

 

 

Ailyn Soriano and Tim Lopez report about The Audubon Mural Project

Dance Project of Washington Heights reported by Karina Porter and Arouz Haider

Addy Ogunjobi and Ricky Panayoty reported a plan to rezone a portion of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx.

Alexa Puppo and Marguerite Jones reported about the conflict between strippers and bartenders at clubs in Queens, New York.

Eliza Wheeler and Shayna Hawkins reported about a South Bronx park where drug users shoot up in broad daylight.

Carolina Goris reported about a non-profit art program in the South Bronx called Pink Rain.

 

During the 2018 Spring semester students followed their curiosity and reported stories that show their diverse interests and reflect what’s happening on campus and in their communities.

Henry Guaman and Jennifer Vazquez-Orellana covered the City College Concrete Canoe Club as students built a canoe and then put it in the water to race.

Maty Drame took an inside look at the New York International Auto Show to see the cars people dream about.

Sonyi Lopez and Zoltan Lucas reported about the drive to get New Yorkers to compost their food garbage.

Bushra Begum reported the story of a Bronx community’s concern about a rezoning plan that’s likely to change their neighborhood forever.

Joey Viglietta reported about the student protest to retain control of fees for their clubs and organizations.

Chiara Mordan reports about how Uber and other ride apps changed New York’s black car and taxi business.

Katy Herchenroeder and Max Adler reported about the last day of the orchid show at the New York Botanical Garden.

Reena Afridi reports about the program to feed the homeless run by the non-profit Muslims Giving Back.

Zoltan Lucas reported his version of the New York City drive to get people to compost.

Watch a story about Bronx youth soccer by Briana Almestichere.

Watch a story about Changing Harlem by Briah Foster  here.

Watch a story where City College students talk about the subway by Naomi Beaubrun here

Watch a story about a Peruvian Café in Ridgewood, Queens by Alessandra Medina here .

Watch a story about graffiti in Bushwick by Karina Batista here.

 

From the Previous Semester

 

Students in the Fall 2017 TV and video reporting class covered  a range of stories that included an art project on the Upper Westside of Manhattan, the problem of drug users in a Bronx Park, a rezoning controversy in the Bronx, a dance program in Washington Heights, an art program for Bronx students and the conflict between strippers and bartenders in Queens strip clubs over tips and pay.

 

 

Ailyn Soriano and Tim Lopez report about The Audubon Mural Project

Dance Project of Washington Heights reported by Karina Porter and Arouz Haider

Addy Ogunjobi and Ricky Panayoty reported a plan to rezone a portion of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx.

Alexa Puppo and Marguerite Jones reported about the conflict between strippers and bartenders at clubs in Queens, New York.

Eliza Wheeler and Shayna Hawkins reported about a South Bronx park where drug users shoot up in broad daylight.

Carolina Goris reported about a non-profit art program in the South Bronx called Pink Rain.

 

Assignments

Assignment for Monday, March 19

Read Chapters 8 & 9 in Papper

Bring your flash drive and SD card to class.

 

 

Assignment for Monday, March 12

Read Chapters 7 & 8 in Papper.

Bring your flash drive and SD card to class.

 

 

First Assignment

Monday, January 28

 Homework: 

Write a three-paragraph, 200-250 word essay to answer these questions:

Who am I?

Where am I from?

Where am I going?

Exercise: Find a story on campus or in your neighborhood that you can tell in about one minute, and shoot it with your phone, device or camera. Take notes. Think about how you want to shape this report.

Bring the exercise to class. Make sure you bring your flash drive or hard drive.

 

Now The Second Assignment

Read Chapters  1 and 2 in Broadcast News and Stylebook by Robert A. Papper