Previous events

23
November2021
NYCOSE: Chapter 2, Event 2Featured Kevin Duggan, a transit and state government reporter for AMNewYorkMetro, the city’s most widely circulated newspaper.
Kevin Duggan on Twitter: "Sweeping excitement at Barclays… "

5:30 PMZoom
19
October2021
NYCOSE: Chapter 2, Event 1Featured John Surico, urban planning researcher and freelance journalist who has previously been featured in the New York Times, VICE, Bloomberg and teaches at NYU.
John Surico - The New York Times
5:30 PMZoom
18
May2021
Event #4Featured Roger Clark, general assignment reporter for NY1. Clark has been reporting on all things New York since 2001, with a constant ear on the ground and a storied career. He talked about the unique world of NY journalism and how he creates packaged videos, the art of the interview and how to break into broadcast journalism.
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5:30 pmvia Zoom
20
April2021
Event #3Featured Rachel Holliday Smith, who covers Manhattan for The City, a digital NYC-based news platform. Smith talked about the threats facing local journalism, the daily ‘grind’ of journalism today, and gave some priceless advice on navigating the world of journalism but especially NYC journalism.


5:30 pmVia Zoom
24
March2021
Event #2Featured Stephen J. Adler, longtime editor-in-chief of Reuters, chairman of Columbia Journalism Review’s Board of Overseers and chairman of the board of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. He had a lot to say about how student journalists are the future of the business and shared priceless words about threats to a free press, building trust as news organizations and advice on what student journalists can do to break into the business.

5:30 pmvia Zoom
23
February2021
Event #1Featured keynote speaker Mohamed Hasan, digital associate editor, New York Post and former NBCNews digital contributor. Mohamed focused on working the early shift at a major metro news outlet, pivoting when news breaks, and how important it is for student journalists to master the art of accuracy.
5:30 pmvia Zoom