Meek School journalism senior Bracey Harris received hands-on experience as a producer recently when she participated in the CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Harris is one of 12 students chosen from across the country to participate in the intensive workshop led by UNC journalism faculty and professionals at Capitol Broadcasting Company’s WRAL-TV in Raleigh. The program is geared toward seniors and graduate students finishing their programs and pursuing careers as producers, reporters, photojournalists and Web editors. View the shows she produced at www.wral.com.
Harris is multimedia editor at The Daily Mississippian, a former NewsWatch anchor, and was named Best Magazine Writer by the Southeast Journalism Conference for articles published in “The Flood of the Century” depth report. Her internships include print and television work in Jackson.