In the studio

Broadcast journalism is not a theoretical discipline. Our students must be prepared to face the unique challenges of the real-world, real-time media. At Suffolk’s Studio 73, students work alongside seasoned production professionals to write compelling stories, edit polished television packages, conduct interviews, and film live segments.

Studio 73 combines the most advanced HD technology with an unbeatable location, just steps away from the State House and Boston Common. Opportunities are available on both sides of the camera to provide students with a 360-degree view of the television news experience. Under the direction of Studio Manager and Instructor Jerry Glendye, student crews work on projects such as:

  • “Suffolk in the City”, a bi-weekly segment on the New England Cable News (NECN) Morning Show featuring two Suffolk University student reporters
  • Creating a weekly segment called “Don’t Retire, Inspire” in partnership with former Boston Mayor Menino’s Commission on Affairs of the Elderly, which is shown on Boston Neighborhood Network
  • Producing additional interviews and shows for NECN, the West End Community Center, Boston Cable Access, and Inside Hockey
  • “Temple Street” and “Suffolk U News,” courses that allow students to earn credits while gaining practical production experience creating complete programs
  • Hosting and interviewing guests in studio, including Governor Deval Patrick, Secretary of State John Kerry, Congressman Barney Frank, former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, former Attorney General Martha Coakley, and many local and visiting actors and performers

Keep up with the latest activities and opportunities at Studio 73.