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The Icy Black Serenity of Greenland

February 9th, 2012 · No Comments

The 43,000 Inuits look to the rising of the sun after almost 7 weeks of total darkness in a film called “Return of the Sun”. This film explores whey these hearty people live in this cold wretching climate and why they do not rejoice when for the first time, the sun rises 2 days early. […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · Earth, Science and Smart Stuff

Soil to City: From Upstate Farm to Bronx Streets Farmer’s Market

November 27th, 2011 · No Comments

Soil to City: From Upstate Farm to Bronx Street by Nida Najar and Channon Hodge from CUNY J-School Video Storytelling on Vimeo. Originally published at The New York City News Service CUNY website. Story by Channon Hodge and Nida Najar Ben Schwartz wakes to the chirping of grasshoppers and the wind rustling through the trees […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · Earth, Science and Smart Stuff · Food

An Ultrasound: $74 or $59,000?: A New Website to Expose Varying Health Care Costs

September 10th, 2011 · 1 Comment

A concerned journalist is using your help to expose the exorbitant and varying costs of medical care. Sometimes where you live and what insurance you have can dictate the price of anything from birth control prescriptions to Lasik to hospital procedures. Who wins big when you pay unfair prices? You guessed it – Big Pharma […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · News · Wellness

Good Things Come in Small Packages

August 23rd, 2011 · No Comments

This just in from interactive journalism professor, Jeremy Caplan, – a curated list of small things that work well. First of all – Pinterest.com is a very cool website which allows anyone to create their own “pinboard” of interesting items, photos or factoids. Secondly…I can think of quite a few items to add to this […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · News

Citizen Journalism in Guatemala

August 7th, 2011 · 1 Comment

Help Young Guatemalans Cover Their Elections from Nadia Sussman on Vimeo. Are you tired of the Murdoch, News of the World Stories? Are you one of those folks that says that the media just isn’t covering the news that needs to be told – the stories from people who have no voice, no fancy equipment […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · News · There's Still Hope

Debt Is Like A First Date….

July 31st, 2011 · 3 Comments

In 48 hours, some zany folks got together and produced an entire magazine and podcast from start to finish. The subject – DEBT. They took a sour subject and turned it into a bright little nugget of inspiration. What they got were stories from contributors all over the world, and radio segments from people strolling […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · News · There's Still Hope

Do you?

July 24th, 2011 · No Comments

With the death of a sad but sickly-talented star, a rampage of violence in a peaceful country, and the slide of the country toward default, the weekend seemed like it would end in a whimper. Instead, it ended with happy tears, flowing from the hundreds of same-sex couples who were able to finally get married […]

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Tags: Author - Channon · life · News

Live Video Streaming from Block Parties and Street Festivals in New York City – Saturday, May 14th

May 12th, 2011 · Comments Off on Live Video Streaming from Block Parties and Street Festivals in New York City – Saturday, May 14th

View Live Broadcast from CUNY in a larger map Click on the points above for all the fun events going on in the city, May 14th. Come back on Saturday to see live video and streaming from street festivals and block parties. Every day in New York City during Spring and Summer, residents flock to […]

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Tags: Arts and Culture · Author - Channon

Stories of Amazing New Yorkers, By Bob Sacha’s CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Class

May 7th, 2011 · No Comments

“Everyone with a phone has an HD video camera, but not everyone can tell a compelling visual story. That’s what we focus on,” Bob Sacha.

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Tags: Author - Channon · life · News