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Sharlene Moulton

Sharlene Moulton the head assignment editor and I also write the script each week for the co-hosts. In addition, to managing the assignment editors and writing the script, she’s usually one of the sound tech engineers recording the co-hosts in the studio on Thursdays along with the newscaster. 349 more words

Kadeem Granston

Kadeem Granston is “pretty much a big deal.” He has been working with South Florida Journal since Coverage of Public Affairs and is is sound/tech coordinator, as well as, a creative editor. 90 more words

Tina Ashchian

Tina Ashchian has been a part of South Florida Journal since Spring 2013 in Dr. Petrich’s Coverage of Public Affairs class. When she isn’t mentoring regular broadcast students, she is takes part in the show’s social media and sound/tech engineer and editor. 213 more words

Carter Ashley

Carter Ashley has been with South Florida Journal since she completed her beat story in Dr. Petrich’s Coverage of Public Affairs class. The majority of her roles in the production of the show include editing stories, social media, and anything else needs to be corrected before the show hits the air on Friday. 279 more words

Nicole Ullmayer

Since spring 2013, Nicole “Nikki” Ullmayer has been working with South Florida Journal with Dr. Petrich’s Coverage of Public Affairs class. She works as social media coordinator as well as heavily partaking in the production aspect of the show, especially working on the billboard, newscast, closing credits and putting all the final parts together to create the show. 170 more words

Ryan Kemp

Ryan Kemp has been a part of South Florida Journal since Dr. Petrich’s Coverage of Public Affairs class. His role in the weekly broadcast is assignment Editor and helping broadcast students with writing and editing. 247 more words

Kimberly McSweeney

Kimberly McSweeney has been working with South Florida Journal since spring of 2012 in Dr. Petrich’s Coverage of Public Affairs class. Kim’s primary roles are editing scripts, readers and audio during Thursday’s production class and helping out with creative writing. 283 more words