Kamrel Eppinger developed a passion for reporting at an early age. In elementary school in his hometown of Miami, he began reporting the weather and school announcements for his classmates.
He is now in his senior year at the University of Miami as a double major in broadcast journalism and theater and has taken full advantage of the campus’s broadcast station, UMTV. He has held a variety of positions, serving as on air talent for its premiere infotainment show, “UMTV Today,” and reporting for its Emmy-award-winning half-hour news show “ NewsVision.” He also serves as a contributing writer for the Miami Hurricane, the university’s student publication.
In the summer of 2012, he was an intern for the CBS affiliate in Doral, Fla., WFOR. He worked alongside producers, photographers and reporters. His daily tasks consisted of writing scripts for the morning newscast and assisting assignment editors on the news desk. Kamrel is excited about working in Washington and looks forward to developing his craft of broadcast reporting.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court will consider eliminating a key provision in the Voting Rights Act of 1965, a pivotal piece of legislation that has outlawed discriminatory acts against minority voters for nearly 50 years.
WASHINGTON - As Hurricane Sandy makes landfall on the northeast coast, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said the agency plans to move from preparation to response recovery operations as soon as weather conditions permit.
WASHINGTON – The phone rings, interrupting an interview. On the other end of the line is a single mother of six, calling the Children of Mine Youth Center seeking food and shelter for her family.
WASHINGTON – Many people believe the country’s tax system is too complex, unfair and is failing at its most basic task of raising revenue to fund the government’s expenses.