Extra! Extra! This week is all about the news reporters and the news makers! WNBC Anchor and Author Jen Maxfield is here. She has reported on some of the world’s biggest stories and now she follows up with her new book, “More After The Break.” Do not miss hearing what happened after the news.Read more →
Although there are many ways to be a reporter — you can be a print or radio journalist, or a podcaster; you can cover breaking news or provide context and background later, you can write briefs or go long-form — it’s possible that Jen Maxfield is the iconic kind.
She’s the one standing next to the victim or the victim’s spouse or parent or child, or the next-door neighbor, or the Nobel prize winner who’s just gotten the middle-of-the-night call from Sweden, or the subway rider who was next to the terrorist, or the would-be diner who was put off by the giant rats feasting on pizza.Read more →
What Is on Your Summer Reading List? For many Rutgers faculty and staff members, the summer is a time to relax and settle back with that book they’ve been longing to read when academic pressures ease up…. Read Original Article HereRead more →
NBC New York’s Jen Maxfield on life as a TV ‘first responder’ and the ten local stories she can’t forget
Maxfield recounts the 10 (mostly Jersey-based) stories, with added context and updated interviews with those involved, in a forthcoming book, ‘More After the Break,’ set to be released July 12Read more →