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Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism University of Southern California

Katie Lyons

Class of 2013, Bachelor's

Katie Lyons is a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Southern California.  Lyons was born and raised in Marin County, California, and first developed a passion for journalism while she was taking photography classes in high school. After graduation, Lyons began taking journalism classes at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.  After two years, Lyons transferred to USC where she continued to develop her writing, reporting, and producing skills.  Lyons has interned at several TV stations including KRON 4 San Francisco, KTLA 5, and FOX 5 San Diego.  Lyons intends on working as a producer for a TV station after she graduates in December.   


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Good luck spring producers!

December 3, 2013

Buckle down producers. It's about to be one crazy semester!

Keep your eyes glued to the clock

November 29, 2013

It is essential for everyone to keep track of time throughout the day.

More angles means better coverage

November 21, 2013

Coverage of big news stories should feature a variety of different angles.

It's time to collaborate!

November 12, 2013

ATVN can deliver more news to USC students and faculty with the help of Annenberg's other media outlets.

Let the live shots begin

November 5, 2013

Team Monday is ready to take on the live shots.

It's about quality, not quantity

October 29, 2013

Be sure to update and edit your stories throughout the day.

Connections are key for USC's "First source for news"

October 22, 2013

We may not have a helicopter, but we are USC's first source for news.

Copy editing is a team effort

October 15, 2013

It pays off when everyone works together to copy edit scripts. 

Viewers are key to a successful show

October 8, 2013

Consider what your viewers want to see when picking your lead story.

Research is key for story ideas

October 1, 2013

Researched story ideas are key in producing a successful newscast.

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