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The DePaul Documentary Project

The DePaul Documentary Project (DDP) gives interns an opportunity to go behind the scenes for both print and broadcast journalism, giving them an inside look at how stories and news columns are developed and produced. Our interns provide valuable research for projects that appear on NBC5 News and in Carol Marin's columns in the Chicago Sun-Times. In addition they accompany us in the field as we gather facts.

Past interns are now employed in jobs in newspapers, television and public relations positions across the country. DDP gives real world experience in a professional setting that allows students to reach for their ultimate goals.

Interested students should contact Don Moseley at dmose92480@aol.com.

About Carol Marin and Don Moseley

Carol Marin is an investigative reporter for NBC5 in Chicago and a featured political columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. She is also Co-Director of The DePaul Documentary Project.

A former correspondent for CBS News, she has appeared nationally on 60 Minutes, 48 Hours and The CBS Evening News. Her work has also appeared on NBC Nightly News and The Today Show. In addition she has been a principal anchor for newscasts on WMAQ-TV and WBBM-TV in Chicago.

Don Moseley is an investigative producer for NBC5 in Chicago and Co-Director of The DePaul Documentary Project. A former producer for CBS News, his work has appeared on 60 Minutes, 48 Hours and The CBS Evening News.

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DePaul Documentary Project Provides Students With Hands-On Experience In Journalism, Civics‚Äč