Madeline Carl

Madeline Carl

Madeline Carl


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
Dr. Dinee Simpson in the operating room.

Meet Chicago’s Only Black Female Transplant Surgeon

Advocates Cite More Guilty Pleas As COVID Disrupts Courts

Capt. Tammie Jo Shults

Life-Saving Pilot To Newsy: 'Everyone Felt The Value Of Human Life'

A Kenosha resident carries a Biden for President sign.

Biden Looks To Be A 'Healer' During Kenosha Visit

Justin Blake

President Trump Visits Kenosha While Blake Family Holds Celebration

Police in riot gear stand outside the Kenosha County Court House following police shooting Sunday

Kenosha, Wisconsin Police Shooting Sparks Protests, Calls For Reform

United Airlines planes parked on the tarmac at Chicago O'Hare airport

Behind The Scenes: How An Airline Gets Parked Jets Moving Again

"Mulan" in full armor stands in front of horse.

Is 'Straight-To-Streaming' The New Normal In Hollywood?

Owner Craig Richardson of restaurant Batter & Berries, Chicago.

Celebrate Juneteenth Through Food

Elmo hosts a late night show

Run Out Of Stuff To Watch? HBO Max Is Launching This Week

Exterior of Washoe Theater in Montana

What Does The Post-Pandemic Future Of Movie Theaters Look Like?

Nursery worker wearing mask

Back To Work: Workers' Comp, Unemployment And Safety

Family waves at tablet

These Companies Are Making (Virtual) Game Nights Possible

Cassandra Greer-Lee holds photo of Nickolas Greer

Widow Of Cook County Jail Detainee Who Died Of COVID-19 Speaks Out

A San Francisco family pledges to donate a portion of their stimulus checks to local undocumented families

Many Undocumented Workers Pay Taxes But Can't Get COVID-19 Checks

University of Chicago's Ci3 lab created a deck of cards with questions to help providers and patients navigate conversations

Transgender, Non-Binary People Want Visibility In Reproductive Health

Cook County Jail Health Services

Chicago Jail Officer, 2 Detainees Test Positive For The Coronavirus

Martina Sanchez Rodriguez, an undocumented worker, at her place in Chicago.

Advocates Want Undocumented Workers To Receive Coronavirus Aid

A COVID-19 testing site in Stamford, CT.

Advocates Want The President To Stop Using The Term 'Chinese Virus'

A host in Chicago's Batter & Berries

Chicago Restaurant Owner Worried About Aid Timing In COVID-19 Shutdown

Beijing, China: A health worker checks the temperature of women

How Businesses Abroad Are Dealing With The Coronavirus Outbreak

Jussie Smollett

Jussie Smollett Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges For The Same Incident

Choose to Change students in Chicago

Chicago Program Proven To Cut Youth Arrests Years After Program Ends

Newsy's James Packard

Big Budget, Big Data — The Short Drive Across Nevada's Battleground

Bias or Something More? What a Study Discovered About Paid Leave

Voters line up to cast early ballots in Las Vegas

Nevada's Diversity Changes The Race — But Will It Change The Outcome?

U.S. Border Patrol agent

Chicago Leaders Condemn Deployment Of Elite Border Patrol Units

A Robotic Arm at the Tipsy Robot

'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs

South Bend IDs Give Undocumented Immigrants Access to Clinics, Meds

Miguel Perez becoming a U.S. citizen

Formerly Deported Vet Attends State Of The Union For 'Voiceless Ones'