NAHJ Washington, D.C. Chapter Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month at NBC4/NBC News Washington Bureau

Antonio Sanfuentes, Vice President and Deputy Bureau Chief at NBC News Washington, and Camille Edwards, Vice President of News at NBC 4, spoke at the first NAHJ Washington, D.C. Chapter meeting on Tuesday, September 14. The meeting was held at the NBC studios on Wisconsin Avenue in Northwest.

The meeting was a wide ranging discussion on the value of diversity, the need for behind the scenes journalists, and the basics of negotiating a contract in the tough economy.

Both managers said they have a hard time finding well-qualified off-air producers.  Edwards said she receives manyresumes for on-air reporters but struggles to find good producers. Sanfuentes said he is looking for interns who are interested in learning how the NBC bureau works. He created a program to track interns in hopes they could become a potential hire.

NBC Local and Network are looking for interns. Visit our Job/Internship page for details.

Nearly 20 NAHJ members gathered around the conference table for the first WDC Chapter meeting at NBC4/NBC News Washington Bureau.

Catherine Snyder, Senior Manager of Content at NBC4, talked about the news gathering process.

Camille Edwards, Vice-President of News at NBC4, talked with NAHJ student member from El Paso.

Marisol Bello, USA Today and WDC Chapter Treasurer, talked with Ivan Roman, Executive Director at NAHJ.

Camille Edwards, Vice-President of News at NBC4, talked with NAHJ student member interning in Washington for the summer.

Gina Garcia, CBS Early Show and NAHJ member, talked with Camille Edwards, Vice-President of News at NBC4.

Camille Edwards, Vice-President of News at NBC4, talked with Alex Trevino, TV reporter and NAHJ member.

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