2012 Graduate / Broadcast Journalism and Political Science
Catherine Marvin joined ComRadio as a reporter and anchor during her freshman year of college. By sophomore year, Catherine was a Producer for one of the weekly newscasts. She produced for four semesters before being accepted as News Director, her current position. She oversees the news department to coordinate all producers and reporters. In the spring of 2011, Catherine won the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Award in medium market news for a radio story she investigated about academic integrity at universities. Catherine’s first internship was with WCBS News Radio 880 in New York City. She had the opportunity to monitor breaking news stories, cut news sound and baseball highlights, as well as write articles for the website. This past summer, Catherine interned at MSNBC in New York City with the Martin Bashir Show. The hands on internship provided her with experience in creating graphics and lower thirds for air, producing voiceovers, and assisting with in-studio and remote guests. She also logged high profile trials and pitched story ideas to segment producers. Catherine will be traveling to Brazil in March with an international reporting class. Additionally, she is working on production and reporting for We are: the Millennials; a student run news magazine show.