The Pleasures of Being Out of Step, Craft Prof. David Lewis’s documentary on renowned jazz critic and free speech advocate Nat Hentoff, has won the Grand Jury Prize in the DOC NYC Metropolis Competition.
In addition, the companion book by the sam…
<img width="150" height="150" src="http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/media/1/files/2013/11/errol-louis-crop-150×150.jpg" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="Journalist Errol Louis To Lead the Urban Reporting Program" title="Journalist Errol Louis To Lead the Urban Reporting Program" style="float:right;" />One of New York City’s preeminent journalists, he will succeed urban-concentration founder Sarah Bartlett when she becomes the new dean on Jan. 1.
WNYC’s Charlie Herman: “I really love interesting stories and what I face all the time is not having enough staff to tell them.”
<img width="150" height="150" src="http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/media/1/files/2013/11/Typhoon-vigil-150×150.jpg" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="Cross Culture Class Covers Vigil for Typhoon Victims" title="Cross Culture Class Covers Vigil for Typhoon Victims" style="float:right;" />The goal of the event, hosted by the Bayanihan Filipino Community Center in Woodside, Queens, was to get funds and resources to loved ones in the Philippines.
Check out our latest links – including Rachel Levy’s Daily News story about a marathoner’s final race. The article went viral.
<img width="150" height="150" src="http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/media/1/files/2013/11/Sheppys3-150×150.jpg" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="Students Honor Their Own with First Sheppy Awards" title="Students Honor Their Own with First Sheppy Awards" style="float:right;" />Named in honor of Founding Dean Stephen B. Shepard, the awards highlight student achievement across media.
The J-School news outlet took home Editor & Publisher’s EPPY Award for Best College/University Journalism Website. Judges also cited four News Service special reports.
Prof. Adam Glenn’s AdaptNY site combines social media curation and original content to create an online conversation about climate change in New York.
Check out our latest links – including Jessica Glazer’s story for Crain’s New York Business revealing B&H’s plans to move its warehouse upstate.
Professor Bartlett has a long, distinguished career in journalism and has been with the CUNY J-School since Day 1.
WCBW reporter Alex Silverman shares his experiences as a commercial radio journalist, from Hurricane Sandy and beyond.
Check out our latest links – including alum Danny Gold’s Esquire Weekly dispatch out of Syria chronicling the time he spent with a band of young rebels.
As part of the fallout from a decade’s worth of changes in the media, many news organizations no longer have the resources to tackle long,…
Multimedia special report on Michael Bloomberg’s three terms as mayor of New York named a finalist in the Online News Association’s Online Journalism Awards.
Check out our latest links – including Oresti Tsonopoulos’ New York Times video about John Legend’s approach to fashion.
Here’s a roundup of CUNY J-School faculty work and awards in the Summer of 2013.
Check out our latest links – including Anne Lagamayo and Nadja Thomas’ Daily News video about the Little Free Libraries project, which brings books to unlikely public spaces.
Yehia Ghanem, an Egyptian newspaper editor and television commentator who would be thrown in jail if he stepped foot in his native country, will become the CUNY J-School’s seventh international journalist in residence.
Check out some of our latest links, including Aine Pennello’s dispatch from the Golan Heights.
Hot off the presses: Read the latest issue of our newsletter, InsideStory, featuring stats on the incoming Class of 2014 and photos from the J-School’s annual awards dinner.