Aired: April 11, 2014 | Comment
Al Sharpton, Cat or Rat?

Al Sharpton, a popular civil rights activist, was thrust into the spotlight when The Smoking Gun revealed Sharpton may have cooperated with the FBI, becoming their spy after getting caught in a drug deal. Sharpton’s secret recordings of mob members helped capture notorious gang leaders like Vincent “Chin” Gigante.

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Aired: May 29, 2013 | Comment
First Person: Extra-ordinary Adventures in the Background

Reporter and Producer: Steve Silva
There are few jobs out there that require dressing up wearing winter jackets in the summer, smoking fake marijuana, walking back and forth multiple times on cue, along with the standard fake clapping and talking. For Steve Silva, these were regular trials and tribulations he faced as an extra.
 

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Aired: May 27, 2013 | Comment
A fan’s look back at the 2012-13 season

A first person video blog by Knicks fan Shaukat Hamdani in which he looks back at the 2012-13 season.
Music Credits.
First Montage, Hamesha by Entity Paradigm
Second Montage, Saeein cover by Usman Riaz
Third Montage Off the Handle by Adil Omar
Fourth Montage Pukaar by Call the band

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Aired: May 16, 2013 | Comment
FIRST PERSON: FROM INDIA TO INDIA

Reporter/Producer: Sanjana Chowhan

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Aired: May 16, 2013 | Comment
First Person: RBI LEAGUE

Reporter/Producer: Stephon Dingle

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Aired: May 14, 2013 | Comment
The Streets: From Citizen Journalist to Professional Journalist

Reporter/Producer: Alexandra Katsoulis
This is my journey from citizen journalist to professional journalist, and all the obstacles I encountered inbetween.

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Aired: May 10, 2013 | Comment
Vintage Trains Pull into Grand Central

Reporter/Producer: Stephen Jiwanmall
As part of Grand Central Terminal’s Centennial celebration, a number of historic railcars were on display during the weekend of May 11 and 12.

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Aired: May 10, 2013 | Comment
Spire Tops Off World Trade Center Building

Reporter/Producer: Jay Devineni
It’s been almost 12 years since the 9/11 attacks shook New York.  On Friday, May 10, the city put the finishing touches on a new World Trade Center.  Jay Devineni has more.

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Aired: May 10, 2013 | Comment
Making Vegetables Fun

Reporter: Nia Phillips
Producer: Shaukat Hamdani
You’re hungry, on the way home from school and want a bite to eat. What will you choose? In New York City it’s easiest for kids to pick a sweet or salty snack, but one program in Morningside Heights is trying to change that. Nia Phillips reports.

 
 

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Aired: May 10, 2013 | Comment
Missing Ohio Women Start Recovery

Reporter/Producer: Mea Ashley
It’s been 2 days since two of the three women missing in Ohio returned home.  While one remains in the hospital, all three of them are on what’s expected to be a long road to recovery. Mea Ashley has more.

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Aired: May 10, 2013 | One Comment
Bangladeshi-Americans Blame Factory Collapse on Owners, As the Death Toll Rises

Reporter/Producer: Ernest Chi Cho
 
As the death toll in the Bangladeshi factory collapse rises, labor unions and some Bangladeshi-Americans in New York City say the factory owners were simply negligent. Ernest Chi Cho reports.

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Aired: May 9, 2013 | One Comment
Planting Seeds of Change: One New Yorker’s campaign to bring fresh produce to the South Bronx

Reporter: Shayna Estulin
Producer: Reena Diamante
Our New Yorker is trying to make her neighborhood more healthy by creating a campaign to get more fresh food to an area without much options for fruit and vegetables.

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