Join NY1 & CUNY’s Newmark J-School
Support Future Journalists
The Newmark J-School and Emmy award-winning cable channel NY1 have much in common. Based in New York, they both are committed to covering the city’s neighborhoods, politics, social issues, and human-interest stories. They also share a New York City treasure: Errol Louis, host of NY1’s “Inside City Hall,” who has taught urban reporting at the J-School since 2010.
NY1 is proud of Louis, and it supports the J-School’s mission to train diverse future journalists. In recognition of this common purpose, Spectrum NY1 is teaming up with the J-School to air a one-hour special on July 20 at 8 p.m. in celebration of the school’s 15th anniversary. “NY1 & CUNY’s Newmark: Meet Tomorrow’s Storytellers,” hosted by Louis, will highlight the J-School’s esteemed 16-month master’s degree programs and its other offerings aimed at diversifying the news industry and supporting journalists at every stage of their careers.
Segments spotlighting Newmark students also will air on NY1 from July 20 through mid August, in addition to a mobile campaign where individuals can text the word “Newmark” to the number (929) 264-5450 in support of the school’s scholarship fund, the Future Journalist Fund.
Like NY1, the Newmark J-School is proud to be affiliated with a journalist as exceptional as Louis. We invite you to join NY1 and the Newmark J-School by contributing to the Future Journalist Fund. Your donation can help launch the careers of tomorrow’s storytellers.