writing for late night tv

From acting to graphic design to creating online videos. Comedy writer and performer, Francesca Ramsey talks about her less than traditional path to writing for The Nightly Show. If you haven't found your passion, keep trying things and don't stop. You have to create that space for yourself and make people recognize your worth.

Writing for Late Night television sometimes offers you the opportunity to merge your voice with the show. Ramsey talks about what her day-to-day was when she worked on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" and the ways she is able to infuse her talents within the daily writing for the show.

 The New York Stock Exchange welcomes the Center for Communication as they host their Second Annual Women + Media Career Summit, along with CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS) as one of their sponsors, at the NYSE. This full-day forum highlights opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented, and features top executives who share their career journeys and secrets to success. The day’s mix of keynotes, panels and workshops will provide NYC-area college students with the inspiration and know-how needed to pursue a dream career. To commemorate the occasion, Kate Stanley, Program Director, Center for Communication, rings the NYSE Closing Bell®.

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The Center will annually award the Carole Cooper and Richard Leibner Journalism Fellowship to a New York area female college junior, senior, or graduate student. We're looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic editorial intern interested in marketing, social media, and writing.

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made in ny talks: the future of publishing is audio

We've partnered with the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment for "Made In NY" talks, dedicated to informing and educating New Yorkers about working in the film, television, theatre, and digital media industries.

In this episode, professionals at the forefront of the audio revolution reveal how audio is transforming the publishing industry and creating new career opportunities.

made in Ny talks: how to start your own media company

We've partnered with the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment for "Made In NY" talks, dedicated to informing and educating New Yorkers about working in the film, television, theatre, and digital media industries.

In this episode, "How To Start Your Own Media Company," hear from entrepreneurs on everything you need to know about raising money, creating a compelling quality platform, and putting a team together.

The women+Media Career summit

Watch video from our full-day forum, held at the NYSE, highlighting opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented.

Hear students describe what it meant to be there and what their biggest takeaway was from the day's keynotes, panels and workshops.