Alice Herman

Alice Herman covers health care for Spectrum News 13, a cable news outlet in Orlando, Florida. Previously, she reported on labor and the workplace as a Leonard C. Goodman investigative reporting fellow with In These Times. Hailing from Madison, Wisconsin, Herman has covered Wisconsin politics for local and national political outlets including The Progressive. She holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Grinnell College.

The Haitian Times

The Haitian Times was founded in 1999 as a weekly English-language newspaper based in Brooklyn, NY. Since 2012, it has morphed into an online-only publication broadening its audience to include Haitians from all over the world. Our readers are thought leaders and decision makers in their families and communities. The news outlet is widely regarded as the most authoritative voice for Haitian Diaspora.  

Spectrum Networks

Spectrum Networks brings hyperlocal content to audiences through multimedia and long-form journalism.

Spectrum News 13

Spectrum Networks brings hyperlocal content to audiences through multimedia and long-form journalism.

KFSN Television

KFSN, central California's ABC TV station and news site, is part of the ABC Owned Television Stations group, owned by The Walt Disney Company. The newsroom is located in downtown Fresno, and is the only news organization in the area with bureaus in Visalia and in Merced.

KTRK Television

KTRK is Houston's ABC TV station and news site, and part of the ABC Owned Television Stations group, owned by The Walt Disney Company.

WPVI Television

WPVI is owned by The Walt Disney Company and is Philadelphia's ABC station. For more than 70 years WPVI has broadcast programs to viewers in the Delaware Valley, an area covering southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and southern New Jersey, currently representing over 8 million people.

WTVD Television

WTVD, central North Carolina's ABC television station, is part of the ABC Owned Television Stations group, which is owned by The Walt Disney Company. WTVD's main station is located in Durham, and WTVD is the only local news operation with studios in downtown Raleigh and Fayetteville.

Kansas City PBS

Kansas City PBS has a long tradition of public service that has laid the foundation for expanding its news gathering relationship with our community. Our content platforms — television, radio, digital, social media and educational outreach — exist to serve the diversity of our region. We explore complicated issues with thoughtful reporting. We share the diverse stories of people, places, and progress in our community. We advance conversations through community engagement and social media. Specifically, Kansas City PBS operates four KCPT-related public television channels; KTBG 90.9 The Bridge, an NPR-affiliated AAA music station; and FlatlandKC, an online digital magazine; in addition to social media and community events.  

Cami Koons

Cami Koons covers rural affairs in the communities surrounding Kansas City for Kansas City PBS. Koons has served as a volunteer features reporter for The Eudora Times, a paper dedicated to bringing news back to a small Kansas town. Reporting for The Times taught Koons the importance of community journalism which led her to Report for America. Throughout the pandemic, Koons has worked with Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health as a communications intern to help inform her community about COVID safety and local guidelines. Koons was also heavily involved with 90.7 FM KJHK, the campus radio station at the University of Kansas, where she produced video, audio, print and on-air content. In 2020, Koons received local and national awards for her reporting with KJHK and for her weekly French radio show. Koons spent a semester in France and is known to show up to gatherings armed with baguette, cheese and a playlist of French tunes.