By Sydnee Johnson
Well today is our last day in the newsroom and the way I see it, it’s a bittersweet kind of moment when you meet new people and they are just so great but that in a short amount of time you guys are pretty much done. I’m so glad that we got to learn what it might take college journalist majors to learn during a course of a whole semester, in only a week. I feel that I’ve learned so much from this program. For example, you could never get enough B-ROLL which in journalism is a big part of your video editing, you could never have enough B-ROLL. This week has also given me an idea to start a news broadcast at my school because we really don’t have those type of resources during the school year. This hasn’t changed my mind as far as wanting to be in the journalism field which is good. I still want to be a broadcast journalist and if anything it made me want to do it even more, I think when we had TV day in the studio, it gave me an opportunity to actually see a studio for itself and see how much hard work it is as well as being a lot of fun. I wish that this program was more than a week, but I feel like Greene Team 2017 did an excellent job. I think that all of us are going to use this experience as a guide through the journalism world. I just want to thank Cathrine and Zack for having a program like this for young journalists that taught us a lot about journalism and all the different aspects, like news writing, editing, B-ROLL, cameras, broadcast and more. Great job, Greene Team! And I’m so excited to see all the ending results of what we accomplished over the week tomorrow when the program concludes.