Hawk Studios is proud to announce its first-ever film festival on DECEMBER 7th @ 7 PM in the CSB AUDITORIUM! This film festival will showcase the creativity and artistic achievements of any New Paltz students who wish to enter! Students have the opportunity to present their OWN FILMS for the chance of winning at The Festival. If you do not wish to be involved in the selection process, you can still choose to show your film for fun while keeping it out of the selection process. Students who choose to be a part of the selection process could win some fun prizes! The winner for BEST PICTURE will receive a $50 Best Buy Gift Card! You also have the chance to win: Continue reading
The Liberal Arts & Sciences Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Colloquium Series presents Professor Dasol Kim’s K-Beauty Project: Deconstructing Erasure and Commodification. The presentation will take place on Thursday, October 26th from 4:00-5:30pm in the Honors Center.
This year’s James H. Ottaway Sr. Visiting Professor of Journalism Amanda Sperber will be giving a speech entitled “Reconsidering Foreign Correspondence” on Thursday, November 2nd in Science Hall 181. There will be a reception prior to the talk at 6:30pm, followed by the speech at 7:00pm.
The Legislative Gazette is seeking journalism and multi-media interns to serve as writers, photographers, copy editors, social media editors, podcast producers, and video content producers for the spring 2024 semester. More than $10K is available to provide Scholarships for qualified students (preference given to underrepresented students and those with financial hardship).
Register below for our upcoming virtual events to learn more:
WSJ offers internships in:
Reporting (multiple cities)’
Holly Palmieri (’08) Major: Communication Studies
Holly Palmieri is an accomplished audio producer with an extensive career in programming development. She has won a Gracie Award for her work in production alongside iconic women in broadcasting from Barbara Walters to Hoda Kotb. With a near 20-year career immersed in news, lifestyle and entertainment, she is currently working as the Program Director and Anchor of SiriusXM’s TODAY Show Radio interviewing hosts, producers and celebrity guests on the set of NBC’s TODAY Show.
John Mingione (‘11) Major: Communication and Media
John Mingione is an experienced host in radio and TV production. He is currently working as a New York City radio host on 102.7 WNEW and a social media content creator with 150,000 followers on TikTok and Instagram.
Jason Jones (‘12) Major: Communication and Media
Jason Jones is accomplished in his work with radio and TV production. He has worked on shows for networks including Showtime, Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, E!, TLC, Animal Planet, NatGeo, TruTV, Vice, and more. Most notably, he has worked on Showtime’s “The Circus”, that has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Recorded News Broadcast. Jason also has extensive experience working in development, where he has helped create and develop numerous shows for Discovery, HGTV, Animal Planet, TLC, and The Food Network.
Casey Silvertri (‘17) Major: Journalism
Casey Silvestri is the first head of social video at The Associated Press. She leads a team of producers who create content for AP’s social platforms and website. Prior to AP, Casey was The Washington Post’s first Instagram video editor. She was also an NBC News producer who helped launch NBC News Now and Stay Tuned (the first daily news show on Snapchat). Casey thinks a lot about the future of media and how to use video storytelling to reach younger audiences. She cares deeply about public education and is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz and Dutchess Community College.
Dylan Rose (‘16) Major: Mathematics (Applied and Theoretical), Minor in Astronomy
Dylan Rose is currently the Senior Manager of Business Intelligence at PBS, where he oversees research and data strategy to guide content decisions, marketing opportunities and product initiatives within the ever-changing media landscape. Prior to PBS, Dylan worked in the Research Department at AMC Networks, serving as the department lead for digital analytics. Additionally, Dylan is passionate about making the media industry more inclusive, which is why he volunteers as a mentor in the Boyd Initiative and has served as a chapter leader in the Digital Analytics Association. He lives in Beacon, NY with his wife Casey (also a New Paltz graduate) and their Labrador retriever Mickey.
Noah Schoer (’15) Major: Digital Media Programming and Management
Noah Schoer currently works as an Associate Producer at The Howard Stern Show at SiriusXM. After graduating New Paltz in 2015 with a degree in Digital Media Programming & Management, Noah has worked in various fields including Television Production, Advertising, and Radio.
Daniel Caruso (‘11) Major: Communication and Media
Daniel Caruso currently works as an Account Executive at Sirius XM Radio. He is an experienced Advertisement Sales professional with a demonstrated history of working in the entertainment industry.
Hundred Fish Media is seeking a freelance designer to amp up its social media presence to promote a documentary film 10 years in the making! If you are passionate about social issues and an ally of the LGBTQ+ community, this is an exciting opportunity for someone working on their degree in media or film.
- Work with the Director and Editor to brainstorm ideas and create social media reels, posts, stories, etc
- Develop eye catching and thumb-stopping social media posts
- Support the growth of followers and engagements through the creation of engaging visual content
- Strong understanding of creative design programs, including motion graphics and animation (Adobe or similar)
- Dynamic portfolio including a variety of graphics, animations, and video for social media
- Bonus: experience managing campaigns across Instagram, Facebook and TikTok
- Bonus: experience with social media analytics and reporting tools
- Out of the box creative thinker
- Passion for supporting the LGBTQ community and being an ally for diversity, inclusion and equality
- Organized with high attention to detail
Compensation: $16-$18/per hour depending on experience, at up to 20 hours per month to start
Hours can be flexible, but must have ability to video chat with the team as needed.
To apply, send resume, portfolio to:
Gene Fischer, Director, Hundred Fish Media