I always knew journalism was my passion, but this class has given me thousands of more reasons to reaffirm it. So, if you’re looking for a reason to take Stacy’s class, this is it.
Play to your strengths and learn from your weaknesses.
Things I wish I had known when I started producing for ATVN.
Advice to the next class of ATVN producers, à la the 10 guiding jewels.
Advice for future producers who (hopefully) won’t endure the ups and downs of remote production.
Producing for the first time is NOT easy - but I would not have had it any other way.
Journalistic sensitivity is essential, especially in less obvious circumstances.
AKA: If you work for USC Annenberg admissions, please admit more Asians to journalism.
I think it is really important to understand that as a member of a news organization, you have a responsibility to be as sensitive as possible.
As a journalist, it is our duty to seek the truth and report it. But, that can’t be achieved without using diverse voices in the stories we tell.
Recognizing the importance of diversity in the newsroom and representation in storytelling.
Why being purposeful when gathering sources is key to a solid newscast.
Looking at the creative process in taking a show from rundown to run-through.
Using Myers–Briggs to understand, and solve, my shortcomings as a television news producer.
Why being lead producer this week for ATVN was insightful, to say the least.