Meet the Team

Madeline Carl

Videographer

Madeline Carl is a videographer. She studied digital filmmaking at Missouri's finest liberal arts women's school, Stephens College. She's worked for Newsy for over four years, and she has experience in many aspects of video storytelling, including editing, writing, graphics creating and live camera operating, to name a few. She collaborates with her team and with producers to shoot video and bring exciting and important stories to life.

  Recent Work
Workers discussing project
Video BlocksU.S.

California Law Is Increasing Gender Diversity In Boardrooms

 Politics

The Iowa Caucuses Are Important To President Trump's Campaign, Too

The world's largest Starbucks located on Chicago's Michigan Avenue
NewsyU.S.

The World's Largest Starbucks Adapts To New Coffee Consumer Trends

Marijuana plant
Newsy / Kevin ClancyPolitics

Chicago Gun Violence Prevention Gets A Boost From Weed Sales In 2020

A person holds a sign that reads, "Fight For $15."
VideoblocksPolitics

L.A., NYC and D.C. To Hike Minimum Wage to $15 in 2020

Various types of marijuana
Getty ImagePolitics

Why Immigrants Should Stay Away from Legalized Pot

A man holds a photograph of a Native American girl
Terace GarnierU.S.

After Decades Of Abuse, Native Americans Struggle To Trust Government

Disney Plus homepage with content thumbnails.
Disney PlusEntertainment

2019 Wrap-Up: How The Streaming Wars Changed Hollywood

Syrian refugee kids celebrate the holidays in Chicago
Newsy / Madeline CarlPolitics

How Syrian Refugee Kids In Chicago Are Celebrating The Holidays

Jesus Lopez Gutierrez, a detained immigrant who is suing ICE for blocking him from renewing DACA.
Miguel Lopez GutierrezPolitics

A Detained Immigrant Is Suing ICE For Blocking His DACA Renewal

Miguel Martinez Valdes and his son
Whitney MartinezPolitics

Undocumented Father Of Sick Child Hopes For Deportation Protection

List of demands posted at Syracuse University
NewsyU.S.

Syracuse Students End Sit-In But Still Want Chancellor To Resign

Signs supporting #NotAgainSU protesters at Syracuse University
NewsyU.S.

Syracuse Students Demand Action On Racist Incidents

Matt AnzurU.S.

Chicago Teachers' New Contract Addresses Student Homelessness

"The Simpsons" characters promote Disney Plus
Disney PlusEntertainment

Is Disney A Monopoly In The Entertainment World? It's Complicated.

Getty Images / Joe RaedlePolitics

#ThisIsOurLane: Chicago Surgeons Give Prognosis Of Online Movement

Felicia Day
Getty ImagesEntertainment

Felicia Day Speaks On Today's 'New Type Of Entertainment'

Young people collaborating
VIdeo BlocksU.S.

How Can Gen Z's Digital Expertise Change Work-Life Balance?

President Donald Trump at IACP rally in Chicago
Scott Olson / Getty ImagesPolitics

Trump Blasts CPD's Top Official And Sanctuary Cities In Chicago Speech

Nevada Firearms Coalition President Don Turner
Newsy / Madeline CarlPolitics

Where Do Gun Owners Stand On Popular Gun Reform Proposals?

Chicago Public School teachers strike
Matt AnzurU.S.

Chicago Teachers' Strike Highlights Student Homelessness

"Bare Feet" host Mickela Mallozzi dances alongside Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino
Shoot My TravelU.S.

TV Host Mickela Mallozzi Travels The World One Dance At A Time

Headshot of TV producer Dick Wolf
Getty ImagesEntertainment

The Creator Of 'Law & Order' Isn't Leaving Broadcast TV Anytime Soon

Returning Citizen Eric Harris of Iowa City, Iowa
Andrew Shafer / NewsyPolitics

For Former Felons, A State Line Between Voting and Disenfranchisement

Climate change protesters in Chicago
NewsyU.S.

Young Protesters In Chicago Challenge Lawmakers On Climate Change

Madeline CarlSci/Health

CRISPR Cure For Sickle Cell May Be Slowed By Black Patients' Mistrust

 U.S.

Uncorked: A Newsy Investigation Of The Elite Wine World

Syrian refugee holds an American flag
Getty ImagePolitics

A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The U.S. Who Are They?

Sen. Bernie Sanders at Native American presidential forum
Getty ImagesU.S.

2020 Candidates Spotlight Cases Of Missing Native American Women

Joe Motz is biking 6,500 miles around the country to raise money for Parkinson's research
NewsyU.S.

Ohio Man Pledges To Bike 6,500 Miles For Parkinson's Research