8-18 Media

Sunday at 9:34am

This special program features news reports and commentaries produced by journalists ages 8 to 18 from the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum. The young journalists tackle issues that affect them across the spectrum, but reports are written for an adult audience.

Esme Ulland-Joy, 8, talks about what makes winter wonderful for her.

Angel O'Connor, 16, talks about life on the autism spectrum.

Elise Heide, 13, Anna Martinson, 12, Liam Ulland-Joy, 11, Anja McBride, 11, and Esme Ulland-Joy, 8 talk about school uniforms and how they are very often a good thing for students.

Liam Ulland-Joy, 11, tells us about a book he's written.

Anna Rahorn, 11, discusses Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's new book.

Elise Heide, 13, talks about attending several TEDx Talks and how they inspired her.

The 8-18 Media crew talks to professional journalist Andrew Lacombe, who got his start in 8-18 Media.  By Annabella Martinson, 12, Liam Ulland-Joy, 11, Will Guter, 15, and Sophia Portale, 11.

Abby Pierce, 18, takes issue with the Hillary Clinton campaign calling her run for president "revolutionary".

Abby Pierce, 18, Emilee Solka, 16, Calli Solka, 14, Brandon O'Brien, 13, Anna Martinson, 12, and Anja McBride, 11, interview Bill Schuette as he attends the UP State Fair in Escanaba.

 

 

 

 

 

Angel O'Connor, 16, talks about a cartoon character that gives her strength to stand up for herself.

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