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Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism University of Southern California

Jordan Lee

Class of 2012, Bachelor's

Jordan Lee is a reporter and sports presenter for China Radio International's "Beijing Hour", a news program produced by CRI's English department in Beijing.

Jordan has worked for US and foreign-owned media outlets in Los Angeles, Taiwan, and China, including CNN's Beijing bureau and China's main broadcasting network, CCTV. 

Her experiences have included jobs and internships in television, print journalism, and radio.

Jordan graduated from USC with a double-major in Broadcast & Digital Journalism and Chinese.  She can speak Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese with working proficiency.


What new skills do you think journalists need? :

1. Foreign languages

2. A concrete knowledge base in history, literature, sciences, and economics so that we can understand the context of the stories we report.

What were your duties at ATVN? :

Reporter, Multimedia Journalist, Web Producer, Graphics Artist, Sports Writer/Shooter/Editor

List any additional major(s) or minor(s) you had at USC. What impact have they had on your career?:

East Asian Languages and Cultures: Chinese

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