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ScoScoop | April 25, 2018

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The Strategic Artist

April 2, 2018 |

Making filmmaking his business is the future for DUO Entertainment co-director Scott Aharoni ’16

Now more than ever, creative minds are expected to possess business savvy. Writers with large followings on social media immediately have an upper hand with publishers. … Read More

Through the Looking Glass

March 26, 2018 |

An internship turns to mentorship when one LHSC senior is paired with an executive-producer alumna

Internships can be intimidating – navigating new settings with demanding supervisors, high expectations and a growing workload. Sometimes seeing a friendly face can make the … Read More

The Power of Possibility

March 22, 2018 |

Evolve or perish. That’s the mentality of the modern workforce. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average worker currently holds 10 different jobs before age 40, and this number is projected to grow. That’s a far cry from … Read More

The Portrait of Tom Cassese

March 20, 2018 |

Film studies and production graduate Tom Cassese ’15 finds success as a filmmaker/animator

Tom Cassese ’15 knows how to operate on a tight budget. His award-winning short film Concurrence — featured at the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival — cost $20 … Read More

Feel the Glow

March 15, 2018 |

Lauren Campbell ’15 discovers the inviting glow of the LHSC, sees the lights of LA and shines at Sundays With Alec Baldwin

There’s intentional charm in a university. The layout of a quaint campus requires much thought and planning — … Read More

Good Morning, Veterans!

February 13, 2018 |

Eric Dehm ’15, named one of HillVets 100 of 2017, is connecting veterans across the globe

After 13 years in the Navy and four years at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, former Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eric Dehm … Read More

Mark Bracco’s Rockin’ Return

February 8, 2018 |

Mark Bracco ’92, EVP at dick clark productions, visits the Herbert School to offer students industry insight and personal advice

Everyone starts somewhere. Take Mark Bracco ’92, for example. Today, he spends his time overseeing large-scale live TV productions viewed by millions … Read More

Networking Her Way To Sitcom Success

February 6, 2018 |

A class trip to a network TV show taping turns into a full-time director’s assistant job for Ashley Iadanza ’17

It’s every TV undergraduate student’s dream: Finish your bachelor’s degree in May, get a full-time job  in television by October. … Read More

From the Herbert School to the Super Bowl

January 30, 2018 |

Brian MacDonald ’14 scores a starting spot at the Big Game as a remote operations engineer

Looking to get close to the action on Super Bowl Sunday? Good luck — nosebleed seats start around $3,000 (as of Feb. 1) and are projected … Read More

Luz Pena ’12 wins four Emmy Awards

June 8, 2017 |

Hofstra University Journalism alumna Luz Pena ’12 won four Emmy Awards, including two in the Video Journalist category.  Luz is a reporter / video journalist for Univision in San Francisco.

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Univision wins big at … Read More