RTNDF Picks 11 Journalists For RIAS German Fellowship
May 28, 2015 at 4:10 AM (PT)
The RADIO TELEVISION DIGITAL NEWS FOUNDATION (RTDNF) has chosen 11 reporters, producers, and editors to spend late SEPTEMBER through early OCTOBER in GERMANY as fellows in the RTNDF's partnership with the RIAS BERLIN KOMMISSION. The program has been in operation for 22 years and has sent over 625 electronic journalists to GERMANY.
The selected journalists include CNN Producer NATALIE ANGLEY, VOICE OF AMERICA Science Correspondent STEVE BARAGONA, TRIBUNE News-Talk WGN-A/CHICAGO and ABC NEWS RADIO reporter/anchor RYAN BURROW, NPR News Editor/Reporter WILMA CONSUL, CNN NEWSOURCE News Manager BEN KAISER, DEUTSCHE WELLE Science and Business Reporter EUNA LHEE, MSNBC Producer ALLISON MACDONALD, KQED, INC. News-Talk KQED-F/SAN FRANCISCO Producer IRENE NOGUCHI, CAPITAL PUBLIC RADIO/SACRAMENTO State Government Reporter KATIE ORR, LAKESHORE PUBLIC MEDIA/MERRILLVILLE, IN reporter/producer HILARY POWELL, and GANNETT/TEGNA NBC affiliate KUSA-TV (9NEWS)/DENVER reporter MAYA RODRIGUEZ.
"Now in its 22nd year, the RIAS journalist exchange program remains one of the most popular available through RTDNF," said RTDNF Executive Director MIKE CAVENDER. "This group represents an excellent cross-section of electronic journalists working for a variety of news organizations."