CCR in Shanghai

Newscast posted June 17, 2013 in Best of CommMedia by International Reporting Class.

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Anita Oh

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Hailing from Stamford, Connecticut, Anita aspires to report human interest and feature stories in a major news market. She believes everyone has an important story, and she is passionate about discovering and telling those stories in a meaningful way. Her experience anchoring and reporting for the Centre County Report and producing for Fox & Friends morning show gives her the versatility to be an integral part of any news team. Anita spent a week reporting two stories from Shanghai, China in March 2013. Eventually, she hopes to build her own foundation to help underprivileged children explore the world of communications, and give a voice to communities that desperately need one. In her free time, Anita enjoys frozen yogurt, a good read and traveling with family and friends.

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Jeremy Kahn

Senior / Broadcast Journalism, Political Science and Business (Minors)

I am a Broadcast Journalism major at Penn State University due to graduate in May 2013. In addition to my major I am also working toward a double minor in Political Science and Business.

I currently report, anchor, and produce for the Centre County Report as part of the College of Communications at Penn State University. I am the executive producer for the Spring of 2013.

I have worked in both radio and television at the collegiate and professional levels.I have had the opportunity to intern with WABC-TV, CBS Radio and CBS News in New York City working as part of Eyewitness News, The Early Show on CBS and Chat About It for CBSNewYork.com. During the Penn State Sandusky scandal I assisted producers from ABC News and WABC onsite in Bellefonte. I have also been a a high school football reporter for WQWK 1450 ESPN State College and a videographer at the local government channel CNET.

I have been a part of the Big Ten Network’s Student U broadcasting program for soccer, volleyball, and softball. For the past two years I have been calling Penn State softball games for 1390 WRSC-AM.

In my time at Penn State’s student radio station ComRadio, I have had the privilege of doing play-by-play for multiple Penn State sports including football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, hockey and men’s and women’s soccer. Furthermore, I have experience producing multiple sports for ComRadio. In addition to sports, I am also heavily involved in the news department where I produce weekly as well as anchor and report.

My goal is to work as a television anchor or reporter for a major television news organization.

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Adrienne DiPiazza

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Originally from the Washington, DC metro area, Adrienne aspires to work in television news as an on-camera reporter. Her passion for the news fuels her story-chasing attitude. Adrienne has interned at the FOX News Network Washington, DC bureau for the weekend live show, ‘America’s News HQ’ and at the ABC affiliate station WJLA/ABC7 in Arlington, VA as a night-side reporting intern. At Penn State Adrienne got her start in ComRadio and she currently works as an on-camera reporter and anchor for the Centre County Report. In her free time, Adrienne does ballet, yoga, and enjoys cooking with friends and family.