Maylan L. Studart's Resume Reel
Maylan Studart is the newest face in broadcast journalism. A former professional jockey, Studart found journalism to be a lot like horseracing. Being first, living in a fast-paced world and never seeing the same day twice have made it a smooth transition. Studart is studying Global and Electronic Journalism at the New York Institute of Technology and will graduate December 2017. Studart has won the Ruben Salazar scholarship bestowed by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the New York Women in Communications' Esperanza scholarship. She is a member of the two aforementioned organizations, as well as the Society of Professional Journalists. Studart enjoys learning about, discussing and reporting on business news and geopolitical events. She looks forward to being hired as a reporter in broadcast news and eventually becoming an anchor.
Studart has two-years' experience in news reporting. She currently is part of the 10-person Society of Professional Journalists news team covering the Excellence in Journalism Conference in Anaheim, CA this September, as well as a freelance reporter for the Associated Press. Studart has anchored PATV Long Island's North Shore News show, reported on the first presidential debate between Trump and Clinton at Hofstra University and has reported as a one-man-band. Segments Studart produced include the U.S.-China summit, Bill O'Reilly's firing, changes to the SNAP program, the Mexican peso's volatility and other geopolitical news. Studart wrote for NYIT's student newspaper Campus Slate about the 2016 oil glut, O.J. Simpson and concussions, among others.
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