Journalism students present their final projects on national television channel K5



Video stories by the University of Hawaii in Mānoa, the students won a statewide audience on K5 in December. The journalism students of the Communication school in EUH by Manoa College of Social Sciences product two, 30 minutes UHMtv news broadcasts in the fall of 2021, featuring stories from the EUH The Mānoa campus and the community. The shows were written, hosted and produced by students in Journalism Course 470, and filmed in the new state-of-the-art digital studios at the College of Social Sciences at the Sinclair Student Success Center.

Charleston Cazimero and Georgia Clair Johnson-King

The first show aired on December 12 and covered the following topics:

  • EUHthe mandate of the COVID-19 vaccine
  • How Students Can Manage Mental Health During the Pandemic
  • Functionality on Ian ‘Akahi Masterson, who teaches his class from a surfboard (Related EUH News story: EUH students surf, learn culture, earn academic credits, May 10, 2020)
  • Profile of alumni on laureates TV journalist Stephanie Cooke

See this show on UHMtvthe YouTube page of.

The second show aired on December 19 and covered the following topics:

  • EUHthe response to sexual violence on campus
  • How students and teachers navigate distance learning
  • Why build at EUH Manoa is booming
  • Storytelling with Hawaii News Now journalist and proud EUH former student Lacy deniz

See this show on UHMtvthe YouTube page of.

“A lot of time and effort has gone into the shows this semester. Few students have the opportunity to produce works disseminated on TV, so we are very lucky to work with Sherrie White and Bernadette Baraquio. They are heavily involved in the world of broadcast journalism and multimedia and there is so much to learn from their knowledge and experience, ”said Erin Fujitani, student producer and major in senior journalism.

Georgia Clair Johnson-King, a student producer and major in journalism, added, “Erin and I were both fortunate to be selected as presenters, which was an honor and an exciting challenge! I was extremely pleased with the selection of Charleston Cazimero, Krista rados and Erin as fellow presenters and I think every student involved did a great job.

This program is an example of EUH Mānoa’s objectives of Improve student success (PDF) and Research Excellence: Advancing the Business of Research and Creative Work (PDF), two of the four objectives identified in the 2015-25 Strategic Plan (PDF), updated in December 2020.



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