For the past few months I had the opportunity to work as an intern at WUSA9 in Washington, D.C. When it comes to internships people often praise the skills they learned and the projects they worked on. It’s true, I was able to hone my skills in the newsroom and had some fascinating projects I helped …View full post
“If you’ve got a lot of curiosity, then you’ve got a good starting foundation of being a good journalist, because it means you ask questions.” - Samara Martin-Ewing, 52, Executive Producer- Special Projects Q: What led you to the news industry? Samara Martin-Ewing: “I’ve always been interested in news. I grew up watching the civil rights movement …View full post
“You have to be convinced that what you’re doing really is a service, or you should be doing something else. The reward has to come from within.” – Gary Nurenberg, Reporter Q: What led you to the news industry? Gary Nurenberg: “I went to American University as a college freshman. I needed a job and I …View full post
Take a look at my current resume reel, consisting of standups, an investigative story, packages and anchoring clips that aired on Maryland Newsline.