Between the end of the semester and the beginning of internships, the clips are rolling in:
• Elly Yu’s report about a homebuilding firm moving its headquarters to Atlanta from Detroit made WABE, the NPR station in Atlanta.
• Michael Paterakis worked on a Financial Times story about Latvia joining the eurozone.
• Jeff Bukhari, reporting for the Daily News, wrote about an eBay auction offering lunch with Warren Buffett. Maya Rajamani reported on vendors who fear Select Bus Service will knock them off 125th Street.
•J-Schoolers are busy at Crain’s New York Business: Irina Ivanova wrote about a report calling for more measures to protect New York, post-Sandy. Laura Lorenzetti wrote about new state regulations requiring nonprofit groups to reveal their political spending. Elena Popina produced a package on Lola Star’s Coney Island comeback.
•Susie Armitage looked back at the pastrami-laden 125-year history of Katz’s Deli for The Jewish Daily Forward.
•Paul McCaffrey, reporting for Financial Planning, wrote about a sunnier economic outlook among financial advisers.
•Shannon Ayala’s package chronicling new concerns about a planned pipeline made Sheepshead Bites.
•Erin Brodwin’s piece about changes to Poe Park found a home in the Bronx Times.
•Eric Jankiewicz’s story about a new Nickelodeon show made Review Fix.
•Check out some nice J-School teamwork: Shamanth Rao’s piece about the history of Lower Manhattan for The Wall Street Journal’s Live Mint site is graced by pictures from Emily Field.
•Kathleen Caulderwood’s story about a Queens teen honored for helping victims of Sandy found a home on our News Service.
•Our latest special report, Sense in the City, includes contributions from Shannon Ayala, Tara Bracco, Rachel Bryson-Brockmann, Kathleen Caulderwood, Ronald Chavez, Jillian Eugenios, Catherine Featherston, Topher Forhecz, Ashoka Jegroo, Tanisia Morris, Giovanny Pinto, Edith Yang and Elly Yu. Following up on some of our other special reports: Check out the trailer Dominik Wurnig added to Creative Challenges. Meanwhile, many of the stories from The Way Home have been cross-posted by the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange.
In our Alumni Corner:
•Kizzy Cox covered the recent Haitian Flag Day awards ceremony for Voices of NY.
•Brendaliss Gonzalez’ report for Abilene, Texas’ KTAB TV about a couple who survived a fusillade of bullets got picked by CNN and HLN.
•Eliza Ronalds-Hannon’s radio report about economic implications for Bosnia and Herzegovina when Croatia joins the EU made Deutsche Welle’s “Inside Europe.”
•Patrick Hickey, reporting for NBC Local Integrated Media, wrote about a new video game from the creators of “Jak and Daxter” and “Uncharted.”
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!