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
Police investigate the scene of a quadruple homicide on the city's Southside.

Gun Violence In Chicago Communities Part Two

Journalist's Search For Bone Marrow Match Highlights Lack Of Diversity

Police investigate the scene of a quadruple homicide on Chicago's South Side.

Gun Violence In Chicago's Communities

Parkland shooting survivor Anthony Borges shows scars

The Road To Recovery For Parkland's Humble Hero, Anthony Borges

21 Savage attends the CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund 15th Anniversary Event at Brooklyn Navy Yard on November 5, 2018.

Here's More About The Visa That Could Help 21 Savage Stay In The US

Doctor reviews patient options

How Doctors' Racial Biases Can Harm Black Patients

Volunteers distribute a lookalike "special edition" of The Washington Post.

Shutting Out The Noise While Staying In The Know

People hold signs over the 110 freeway in Los Angles as thousands of immigrants and supporters join the Defend DACA movement.

How Dreamers Feel About Never-Ending Negotiations Of Their Fate

Indiana State Rep. Chris Chyung

This Millennial Is Shaking Things Up In Indiana's State Legislature

Boy dances to Baby Shark'

How Did 'Baby Shark' Swim Its Way to Billboard's Top 100?

This College Student Led Her Own Women's March In Chicago

Image from Jasmine Marie Johnson's Funeral

Murders Of Women By Their Partners Could Be Prevented, But Persist

Anthony Bourdain and chef José Andrés

Chef José Andrés Recalls Taking Anthony Bourdain To His Hometown

Jared Rouben holding a beer

Dream Jobs: Brewmaster

Chef José Andrés handing out meals

Local Ingredients Are Key To Chef José Andrés' Disaster Relief Meals

George H. W. Bush

Former President George H.W. Bush Has Died

Young Syrian refugee kids in Chicago share a Thanksgiving meal.

Helping Refugee Kids Assimilate One Thanksgiving Dinner At A Time

Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama Signs Books And Packs United Center For 'Becoming' Tour

South Side Diabetes Project Food Tour

How One Community Is Tackling The Diabetes Gap In Its Backyard

David Hogg at March for Our Lives

David Hogg Says Gun Violence Will Bring Young People To The Polls

African-Americans hiding in the swamps of Louisiana in 1873

Birthright Citizenship Is A Legacy Of Former Slaves

Chicago police line

A Look At Intersection Of Police Brutality And Disability In The US

Jose Antonio Vargas in front of the Supreme Court

Jose Antonio Vargas On How The Word 'Illegal' Harms Immigration Debate

Georgia voter stickers lay on a table at C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

How A 2013 SCOTUS Ruling Is Affecting The Midterms

Former Mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu

Mitch Landrieu Has A Message For Voters: 'Show The Hell Up'

Lani Chan handles a Philippine artifact at the Field Museum

Reclaiming The Narrative: Filipino-Americans Co-Curate With Museum

An old photograph depicts Estrella Alamar with her sisters sitting by a Christmas tree.

One Woman's Attempt To Preserve Filipino American History In Chicago

Neil deGrasse Tyson in 2018 speaking about climate change.

Neil deGrasse Tyson On Climate Change's 'New Normal'

Missouri Farm Bureau Vice President Todd Hays

Trump's Trade War Is Leaving Missourians Bruised, But Not Broken

A group of people at the Forced From Home exhibit

This Interactive Exhibit Is Teaching Americans About Displacement