Broadcast Journalism Alumnae Cover Stock Exchange and Ellis Island Hospital

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On any given weekday morning you can find New York Film Academy Broadcast Journalism School alumna Gillian Kemmerer reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Asset TV, where Gillian is the senior U.S. anchor, has updated its look with new graphics and the service with new programming. In this business, you can’t stand still. (And when you have an exclusive, you can’t be shy about saying so!)

Chenavari Net Long Going Into French Election from Asset TV US on Vimeo.

DelphineThis Friday, a remarkable news story produced by current NYFA Broadcast Journalism student Delphine Darmency is being shown at an event sponsored by New York Women in Film & Television. They will be screening Delphine’s story “Ellis Island Hospital,” which she created as a class project in the Fall 2016 1-Year Broadcast Journalism course. In fact, it is the first long-form story she ever produced.

It says a great deal about Delphine that her story was chosen to be included in a prestigious professional film series. She came to NYFA from her native France to become a multimedia journalist. Obviously, she has already learned a great deal.

The screening takes place at the Kaufman Astoria Studios (34-12 36th Street, Astoria) on Friday April 28 at 6:30 pm. Admission is free. RSVP online to reserve a seat. Delphine’s story is part of a series called “Women Filmmakers: Immigrant Stories,” and is screening along with director Teresa H. Mular’s film “Four Journeys.”

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