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Cardinal News Brief: April 18 2016

This week on the Cardinal News Brief the team discusses incidents of alleged racial bias, politics and the interaction between UW Systems financials and state legislation for news.Within the arts section, a host of comedians, musicians and other fantastic artists, not to mention the Wisconsin Film Festival were found in Madison. And to close with sports, Badger Athletics hosted events and Kobe played in his final game. News: Logan Reigstad Arts: Trina La Susa Sports: Nick OsenProduction: Iphigenia Kyriakakou Tony Burke Jen WagmanEditing and Post Production: Ryan YanPhotos: The Daily Cardinal Kobe-https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjFt9nh0JjMAhVKl4MKHYEVC7IQjRwIAw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nba.com%2F2015%2Fgallery%2F11%2F30%2Fkobe-bryant-top-10-plays%2F&psig=AFQjCNFU0ekZI2AKNBG7QQaMSIoerXLkZw&ust=1461084155194175


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Cardinal News Brief: April 4, 2016

This week the Cardinal News Brief Team recaps the presidential candidate visits across the state and new developments with campus governance committees. For the arts scene, Madison was visited by everyone from Sally Mann to G-Easy to Peppa Pig. Not to mention, Badger sports have had a few coaching changes.


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Political Advocacy Race

For the Daily Cardinal's second Action Project, the Documentary team took a special look at racial political advocacy for the political advocacy focused project. With a historic comparative analysis of modern day, the mini-documentary follows the story of former Badger, Andrew Goodman during the Civil Rights movement, comparing his efforts to those of the present day as demonstrated by groups such as UW Blackout or Young, Gifted and Black. Historical photos: Wisconsin Historical Society Present day photos: Daily Cardinal photo staff Take back the path cinematography: Tara Loranza Mizzou photos: Ryan Yan March on Washington footage (Public Domain of the National Archives and Record Administration): https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.49737 Other footage: Daily Cardinal Multimedia staff. Editing and production: Lisa Milter & Jen Wagman data collection: Daily Cardinal documentary teamFor a more complete reference list of citations, please e-mail: multimedia@dailycardinal.com


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Gender and LGBTQ Rights Political Advocacy

For the Daily Cardinal's second Action Project, the Documentary Team took a special look at gender and sexuality motivated political advocacy for the political advocacy focused project. With a historic comparative analysis of modern day, the mini-documentary follows the story of historic protests of women's rights and the 1990s ROTC gay rights movement at UW-Madison with today's current calls for feminism, gender equality and sexual orientation inclusivity. Historical photos: Wisconsin Historical SocietyPresent day photos: Daily Cardinal photo staff, UW Campus Women's Center (feminism whiteboard photos and classroom photos)Take back the path cinematography: Tara Loranzo Natalie Kirk videography: Julia Cohen, Lisa MilterOther footage: Daily Cardinal Multimedia staff. Editing and production: Mia Sato, Lisa Milter and Jen Wagmandata collection: Daily Cardinal documentary teamVO: Julia CohenFor a more complete reference list of citations, please e-mail: multimedia@dailycardinal.com


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Environmental Advocacy

For the Daily Cardinal's second Action Project, the Documentary team took a special look at environmental political advocacy for the political advocacy focused project. With a historic comparative analysis of modern day, the mini-documentary follows the story of Gaylord Nelson's first Earth Day at UW-Madison with today's current efforts that range from student organizations on campus and faculty insights.Historical photos: Wisconsin Historical SocietyPresent day photos: Daily Cardinal photo staffFilming: Katie PielOther footage: Daily Cardinal Multimedia staff. Editing and production: Katie Piel and Logan Rudedata collection: Daily Cardinal documentary teamVO: Julia CohenFor a more complete reference list of citations, please email: multimedia@dailycardinal.com


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Cardinal News Brief: Feb. 29, 2016

The Cardinal News Brief team is cut down to three on-camera anchors this week. The news discusses the changing of the Tonight program, a town hall meeting on campus in response to an anti-semitic incident, the second homicide of the year and information on student wages. News: Logan Reigstad Arts: Trina La Susa Sports: Nick OsenPhotos: Town Hall: Cong Goa Door: Courtesy of Facebook Homicide: Courtesy of Creative Commons Student Wages: Betsy OsterbergerKobe Bryant video: Courtesy of YouTube channel: FreeDawkins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZLfv9eVHj4&feature=youtu.beProduction and Editing: Ryan Yan Tony Burke Jen Wagman


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Cardinal News Brief: Feb. 18, 2016

After taking last week off due to technical difficulties and the release of the print Action Project series, The Cardinal News Brief returns. The group covers the capital protest called día sin latinos, updates on the state legislature, a fire on Goharm street and changes in Revelry planning, as well as an update on the Madison arts scene and Wisconsin sports. News photos provided by:Day Without Latinos: Betsy Osterberger State Assembly: Betsy Osterberger Fire: Madison Police Department Revelry: Will ChizekNews 1: Logan Reigstad News 2: Jake Prine Entertainment: Trina La Susa Sports: Nick OsenProduction: Tony Burke Kelsey O'Hara Jen Wagman Ryan Yan


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Badger Bios: UW men's basketball team

The Daily Cardinal had a chance to interview a few of the Men's Badger Basketball players this week. Check out the footage with Khalil Iverson, Charlie Thomas and Alex Illikainen. Beginning Intro Music: "Retro Music Loop 120bpm" by user Orangefreesounds on freesound.org that is classified as CC-zero, public domain. Videography by Kaitlyn Veto, Bobby BurmeisterReporter: Zach RastallEditing and Production: Jen Wagman


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Cardinal News Brief: Feb. 8th, 2016

The Cardinal News Brief reports the news in video format for Spring 2016.The on-camera interview (1:06) was with Chet Agni, Chair of UW-Madison College Democrats. All news broadcasters contributed to the script. News: Logan Reigstad and Jake Prine Arts: Trina La Susa Sports: Nick OsenProduction: Tony Burke Ryan Yan Iphigenia Kyriakakou Editing: Ryan Yan


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UW-Madison Badger Men's Basketball team Q&A (Spring 2016)

The Daily Cardinal had a chance to interview a few of the Men's Badger Basketball players this week. Check out the footage with Khalil Iverson, Charlie Thomas and Alex Illikainen. Beginning Intro Music: "Retro Music Loop 120bpm" by user Orangefreesounds on freesound.org that is classified as CC-zero, public domain. Videography by Kaitlyn Veto, Bobby Burmeister Reporter: Zach Rastall Editing and Production: Jen Wagman


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Cardinal News Brief: Dec 3rd, 2015

The Cardinal News Brief, by the Daily Cardinal, ends the semester with the final news brief video. The Multimedia Broadcast Staff at the Daily Cardinal highlights the top stories of the week in a video format. This week stories include information about a Wisconsin abortion case, Madison participation in Conference of the Parties (COP21), Wisconsin Black Student Union funding, new animals at the Henry Vilas Zoo and Dane Buy Local. Arts coverage features a weekend summary of events in Madison.Badger sports included coverage of the football game for the axe last weekend, Men's Basketball, Volleyball and Women's Hockey. Anchor 1: Logan ReigstadAnchor 2: Jake PrineArts & Events: Trina La SusaSports: Nick OsenScript: Logan Reigstad, Trina La Susa, Nick Osen, Andrew BahlProduction: Ryan Yan, Tony Burke, Jen Wagman


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Cardinal News Brief: Nov. 12th, 2015

Introducing the Cardinal News Brief, by the Daily Cardinal. The Multimedia Broadcast Staff at the Daily Cardinal highlights the top stories of the week in a video format. This week stories include the presidential primary debate in Milwaukee, state legislation regarding campaign financing, Oscar Mayer plant closing, UW-Madison racial bias and vandalism, approval of a homeless day center and a UW-Madison professor running the Madison Marathon for a university dormitory community fundraiser.Anchor 1: Logan ReigstadAnchor 2: Jake PrineScript: Logan Reigstad, Andrew BahlProduction: Ryan Yan, Tony Burke, Jen Wagman


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Madison November Marathon

Many people participated and supported racers in the Madison Marathon and Madison Half Marathons this November. One of these indivduals was UW-Madison professor, John Surdyk, running in part to fundraise for the Entreprenurial Learning Community within Sellery Residence Hall. Film work and Editing: Logan Reigstad


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Cardinal Zone - November 5, 2015

The Cardinal sports staff breaks down the football team's trip to Maryland, the men's basketball team's opener against UW-River Falls and the College Football Playoff picture.


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