“The highlights of my career have been when events I’ve produced—and intimately been involved in—have united people and a region, more than the game itself,” says ESPN's Vice President of Production Jay Rothman (Jour’84).
More than any other assignment, the continual pressure of sports to “predict what will happen next and respond quickly at just the right moment” has honed the skills of Gregory Bull (Jour'91), an AP photographer based in San Diego.
When Savannah Sellers (Jour'13) graduated from CU six years ago, her current job didn't exist. That changed in 2017, when NBC News took the bold step of creating Stay Tuned, the first daily news show produced for Snapchat.
Alumnus Alan Rubin (Comm’74) uses the lessons he learned as a communication student every single day. That’s why he makes monthly contributions to CMCI, where his daughter is now following in his footsteps.
Carl M. Cannon (Jour'75), now the Washington bureau chief of Real Clear Politics, recalls how he first landed on the steps of Macky as a student in the former J-school, and how he found his way back more than four decades later.
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