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CARPE DIEM is an award-winning, weekly half-hour magazine show aired on Comcast and Cablevision in northern New Jersey. Awarded the CTN CAPE Award for Best Series and three Gracie Awards for student productions, among others over the years, Carpe Diem has covered a wide range of subjects of interest to New Jersey citizens as well as topics featuring campus activities. The show has also featured celebrity guests such as Ernestine Schlant Bradley, former governor Christine Todd Whitman, anchor Steve Adubato, jazz singer Ruth Brown, and Tony award-winner and University alumna Melba Moore.
In addition to providing programming for the northern New Jersey television community, Carpe Diem provides Television majors with rigorous weekly production assignments that simulate those of the broadcasting profession. Over the semester, students produce a minimum of fifteen programs. Apart from producing their own works, it is not uncommon for students to have acquired production credits for as many as 20-30 additional programs by the time they graduate.
Carpe Diem reaches about a half-million households in New Jersey and is produced at the DuMont Television Center.
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Race, Power, and Sports: Part Two - This week on Carpe Diem
Airing on CARPE DIEM March 2nd – 6th, 2015
The issue of racism in sports is an important topic for sports journalists today. As part of Montclair State’s school-wide look at inequality, host, Marc Rosenweig, associate professor in the School of Communication and Media, discussed coverage of “Race, Power and Sports” with a panel of three sports journalists.
The panel is co-sponsored by the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center on the MSU campus. The panel included Filip Bondy, Sports columnist for the New York Daily News, Mike Freeman, NFL National Lead writer for the Bleacher Report, and Clemson Smith Muniz, Spanish language broadcaster for pro teams like the NY Knicks and NY Jets. In part two of this discussion, host Marc Rosenweig asked Mike Freeman for his view on TMZ.com, which breaks many exclusive stories, and was the first to publish video of NFL star Ray Rice assaulting his then-fiance.
This episode was produced and hosted by associate professor, Marc Rosenweig from the School of Communication and Media and directed by TVDM major, Gabrielle Terkhanian.
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