MSU Remembers: Ten years after 9/11

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This feature of the live webcast commemorating 9/11 from Montclair State’s Dumont Center, looks back at that day as well as the political, cultural and artistic fallout from the attacks. It features interviews with students, alumni, faculty, eyewitnesses and prominent journalists and contains news footage of the event and the aftermath given to us from CBS News. The program is a production of “Carpe Diem” and “The Montclarion” in association with The College of the Arts. Also contributing to this production – the Dumont TV Center, Information Technology, University Communications, the Broadcasting Department, the Communication Studies Department, The Art&Design Department, The Cali School of Music, The Theatre and Dance Department, The Muslim Student Association, The Veteran’s . Guests include Bloomberg Columnist Jonathan Alter, NPR Marketplace Correspondent David Brancaccio, WCBS Radio Reporter Tom Kaminski, Dr. Neil Baldwin, Dr. Larry Londino, Dr. Suzanne Trauth, and Professor Beverly Petersen. This feature is hosted by Professor Marc Rosenweig and Montclarion Editors Katherine Milsop and Tanja Rekhi.

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Steve McCarthy

Steve McCarthy is an Emmy Award winning network TV news producer. A former staff producer for "60 Minutes" and "Dateline," he formed McCarthy Productions, Inc in 2001 and produced, photographed and edited projects for "60 Minutes," "Dateline," "Charlie Rose," MSNBC, PBS, BBC America, Reuters and others. In 2006 he directed and wrote an independent film "Finding Paddy" and he is currently in production of a pilot for a series called "Who Says I Can't" which will feature extreme athletes with disabilities. Steve McCarthy is a member of the Director's Guild of America.