Korie Rose - Newsy

Korie Rose

Producer/Editor

Korie Rose is a producer and editor for Newsy's "The Why." He is a broadcast and digital veteran who most recently worked at PeerForward, a college access nonprofit based in D.C. Previously, he worked at local TV stations in D.C. and North Carolina, and was the senior traffic producer for radio stations in the Raleigh and Greensboro markets. Fun fact: Korie’s journalism career began in 2000 as a kid reporter for Children's Express, where he covered the 2000 presidential recount in Florida and the inauguration of President George W. Bush.

  Recent Work
Ohio State football players celebrate
Associated PressSci/Health

Big Ten, Pac-12 Push College Football To Spring Due To COVID-19

Rapper Kanye West
Michael Wyke / APPolitics

Kanye West Reportedly Running Campaign To Hurt Joe Biden's Bid

Voters walk into precinct.
Ross D. Franklin / APPolitics

Voters Deliver Some Incumbent Upsets In Tuesday's Primaries

The Treasury Department
AP ImagesBusiness

COVID-19 Coin Shortage Challenges Cash-Based Businesses

President Donald Trump holds a news conference
Evan Vucci/Associated PressPolitics

President Trump Campaigns During White House Events

The St. Louis Cardinals' Dexter Fowler scores against the Boston Red Sox
Jeff Roberson/APSports

Shortened MLB Season Slated To Begin Around July 24

A Labor Department office
AP ImagesBusiness

'Misclassification Error' Leads To Inaccurate May Jobs Report

Military vehicle in Washington, D.C.
AP / Alex BrandonU.S.

At Least 200 Active-Duty Military Police To Be Deployed In D.C.

AP/Alex BrandonPolitics

Trump Tours Ford Plant In Michigan, Touts Ventilator Production

Joe Biden
ASSOCIATED PRESSPolitics

Joe Biden Building Digital Team To Reach Young Voters At Home

Visitors walk past the U.S. Capitol dome on Capitol Hill.
AP Photo/Patrick SemanskySci/Health

Ex-FDA Commissioner Says We May Need To 'Define A New Normal'

A person applies for unemployment benefits
AP ImagesPolitics

Millennials Worry About Compounding Effects Of COVID-19

A doctor's clinic sits empty.
Dave FrancoU.S.

Hospitals Face Patient Backlog, Financial Issues After COVID-19

The Treasury Department
AP ImagesPolitics

Lawmakers Call On Treasury To Mint Trillion-Dollar Coins For Stimulus

Karen Pence
NewsySci/Health

Karen Pence To Newsy: We Need To Pay Attention To Mental Health

A patient gets a temperature screening
American Cancer SocietyU.S.

COVID-19 Impacts Cancer Patients' Treatment, Mental Health

A restaurant closes its doors in Seattle
AP ImagesPolitics

Black-Owned Businesses Face Greater Fallout From COVID-19

Hawaiian Airlines planes parked at Honolulu's airport
Hawaiian AirlinesU.S.

When Flying Stalls: How Airlines Keep Planes Air-Ready

Central Intelligence AgencyPolitics

For U.S. Spies, The Coronavirus Pandemic A New Twist

Aaron Pais kicks around debris at a mobile home park after a tornado hit on Monday, April 13, 2020, in Chatsworth, Ga.
AP Photo/Brynn AndersonU.S.

Tornadoes and COVID-19: First Responders Manage Multiple Disasters

The Nasdaq in New York City
AP ImagesBusiness

Recent Volatility Forces Americans To Revisit Retirement Savings

Person wears mask at polling place
AP ImagesPolitics

Wisconsinites Tell Us What It's Like To Vote During A Pandemic

Nearly empty highways in California during stay-at-home orders over the coronavirus.
Richard Vogel / APSci/Health

Coronavirus Has Changed U.S. Vehicle Emissions — For Now

A worker handles medical equipment
Ap ImagesSci/Health

Where Are The Ventilators? Governors Begging Feds For Supplies

Illustration of the coronavirus
CDCSci/Health

Here's What Happens To Your Immune System If You Get The Coronavirus

Customer wears mask in dispensary
AP ImagesPolitics

Most States Consider Dispensaries Essential Amid Pandemic — Here's Why

A map of nitrogen dioxide emissions over China
European Space AgencySci/Health

Coronavirus Lockdowns Are Reducing Emissions Worldwide

Person examines machinery
Courtesy HBOPolitics

Amid Pandemic, Expert Says U.S. Election Is 'Trivially Hackable'

Guard member
NewsySci/Health

National Guard Debunks Concerns Over Medical Staff Shortages

Gen. Joseph L. Lengyel
PentagonU.S.

Pentagon Announces Activation Of 2,000 National Guard Members