College students broadcasting Islanders ‘living out a dream’ February 27, 2014 7:10 PM By NEIL BEST firstname.lastname@example.org Originally Published: Newsday.com
Howie Rose’s freshman year at Queens College coincided with the Islanders’ freshman season in the NHL, which presented an irresistible …
Ryan Leslie Black Mozart “Son of New York” Film Screening Tour
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Originally Published: news.hofstra.edu
The Sportscasters Talent Agency of America (STAA) ranks Hofstra University’s Lawrence Herbert School of Communication among the top 17 best schools in the country for sports broadcasting.
According to the STAA, a premier career consultant …
Professor Kristal Zook asked her JRNL 11 Students, “How did you feel when you got your first byline?”
“I immediately sent my parents a picture and then I took about five copies of the Chronicle home with me. I was …
Thursday Nite Live’s Last Show of the Semester!
December 12, 2013
Studio A The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication
Come down to Studio A to be part of the live audience for Thursday Nite Live’s last show of …
Thursday Nite Live’s Second Show of the Semester!
November 7, 2013
Studio A, The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication
Come down to Studio A to be part of the live audience for Thursday Nite Live’s second show of the …
Hofstra conference highlights suburban poverty reporting
Originally posted on LongIslandReport.org Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Poverty has a new home. A report by Washington-based Brookings Institute revealed that poverty in the suburban areas has risen over the last five years …