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
Chicago Sun-Times Newsroom

How This Organization Is Trying To Save Local News

Key Yu Wang mows a lawn

This Chinese-American Community Is Empowering Adults With Disabilities

Picture of Laquan McDonald's Autopsy and Jason Van Dyke

How Laquan McDonald's Past Made Its Way Into The Van Dyke Murder Trial

Tina Tchen

Tina Tchen Of Time's Up On Eradicating Workplace Harassment

Brett Kavanaugh during a confirmation hearing

The Time's Up Approach To High-profile Assault Allegations

Jenelle Rosario with new lip fillers.

Is Our Obsession With Filtered Selfies Triggering A Disorder?

Graphic of social determinants' impact on health

Big Data Doctors Are Focusing On How We Live To Catch Health Issues

Hands holding different dollar and euro notes

Universal Basic Income Is A Hot Welfare Idea — But Can It Be Funded?

Festival-goers hold Our Music My Body signs against sexual harassment

Sexual Harassment At Music Festivals 'Isn't Very Punk Rock Of You'

Smart Cities sign in New York City.

Smart Cities Creator: It's Time For US To Take The Next Step

Plastic straws

Why Plastic Straw Bans Aren't Inclusive

An inmate prison behind bars

Mass Incarceration Of Parents Affects Kids' Health Into Adulthood

Newsy's Eugene Daniels gets a demonstration of IKE by the CEO, Pete Scantland.

This Huge iPad Could Help Make City Life Easier

Smart Cities' Jerry Hultin with Newsy's Eugene Daniels

Smart City Tech Adds Innovative Solutions — And Tough New Problems

Students Grabbing Books From Locker

Youth Suicide Is On The Rise. Here's How One Organization Is Helping

Founder of Picking Me Foundation

Living With And Embracing A Skin-Picking Disorder

High School student Daishawn Wheeler punches a bag in an after school program called The Bloc.

This Boxing Club Trains Fighters And Prepares Students For College

Trevon Bosley pictured in St. Sabina Church in Chicago, IL.

'Everyday Shootings': Keeping Chicago's Gun Violence In The Spotlight

Inmate at Cook County Jail

Behind Bars: Inside The Country's Largest Mental Health Hospital

Two anti-gang activists in Chicago

Chicago Anti-Gang Activists Say Facebook Is Used For Harm In Feuds

Sherry Chen

Falsely Accused Of Spying, These Americans Still Deal With The Impacts

Danielle Juhre sings her new single "Nobody"

30 Minutes With: Danielle Juhre

Mourners pray at a memorial in front of Santa Fe High School

How Psychologists Re-establish Normalcy After School Shootings

a diversity training

What Happens In A Diversity Training And How Success Is Measured

Syrian Communty Network founder Suzanne Akhras and her leadership team in 2015

Syrian Refugee Group Shifts Focus To Stay Open In Trump Era

View inside a Jail cell

How One Of The Country’s Largest Jails Got Rid of Solitary Confinement

Activists rally for the passage of a 'clean' Dream Act, one without additional security or enforcement measures.

What The Latest DACA Ruling Means For New 'Dreamers'

Protesters rally around a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest in Memphis, Tennessee in 2005. That statue was removed in 2017.

In Tennessee, Confederate Monuments Are Still A Sore Subject

Men pray on the street during American Muslim Day Parade in New York City

How Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Can Have A Normalizing Effect On The US

"Chappaquiddick" film poster

'Chappaquiddick' Portrays One Of The Kennedy Family's Darkest Scandals