Do you know any high school sophomores, juniors or seniors who would be interested in learning about the inner workings of one of the country’s most respected news radio stations?
If so, please continue reading and let us know which students would be interested in this esteemed program that has launched the careers of multiple professional radio and TV broadcasters.
Since 1968 KYW Newsradio has given high school students the opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a major market radio station with the Newstudies student reporter program. Over the course of four Saturdays, students will learn reporting, news writing, editing, ethics and interviewing skills from KYW Newsradio managers, editors and reporters. At the end of the Newstudies program there will be a graduation ceremony. To graduate from the program, students must research, write and record a news report about something in their school or community. The student’s report will air on KYW Newsradio and a digital version of the report will be posted online.
Sessions are at KYW Newsradio from 9:00AM to Noon on Saturdays:
November 11th (Recording Day)
December 9th (Off-Site Graduation)
To hear reports from the 2022 Newstudies students CLICK HERE
Several students will receive special awards for their accomplishments, including a cash scholarship.
Past program participants will not be accepted. Due to limited space KYW Newsradio may not be able to accept every student who submits their application by the deadline.
If you can't see the application widget: CLICK HERE