The CNS-TV Bureau - Spring
Their broadcast airs at 7:30 p.m.
on UMTV. That's Channel 72 in Prince George's County; Channel 2 in
Montgomery County. CNS-TV
reporters are reachable at
|The TV news crew,
(from left): Student Chris Hannas, production advisor Kevin Swift,
Bureau Chief Cassandra Clayton
Aundrea Cline-Thomas. Not
pictured: Executive Producer Sue Kopen-Katcef.
(Newsline photo by
About the bureau
Cassandra Clayton joins
CNS-TV to oversee production of UMTV’s nightly newscast, "Maryland
Newsline." Hired as an NBC News correspondent in 1983, over the next
two decades she reported from their Atlanta, Chicago, New York and Washington,
D.C., bureaus. She co-anchored a nightly news and talk program on CNBC called
"The Real Story," and substitute anchored "Nightly News," "Weekend
Edition," "Sunrise" and the "Today" news segment. She most recently
reported and anchored for MSNBC and taught broadcast journalism at Howard
The grad students:
Aundrea Cline-Thomas, 23, is a broadcast journalism graduate student covering Montgomery County, education, health and military affairs for CNS-TV. She will earn her master's degree in May and plans to be a reporter.
Cline-Thomas graduated from Boston College in May 2004 with a bachelor
of arts in communications. She interned at FOX5-DC, New England Cable News, NBC4
and the Hearst Argyle Bureau, and worked as a freelance writer for the Montgomery County Sentinel. She is from Wheaton,
Md., and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bonny Ghosh, 26, is covering Baltimore, crime and justice, homeland security, and lifestyles for CNS-TV. She will earn her master's degree in broadcast journalism
in May and aspires to be a reporter. Ghosh graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park in May 2003 with a
bachelor's degree in business. She has interned at WTTG FOX 45 in Baltimore, and
she freelanced for the Prince George's Post. She is from Ellicott City,
Md., and can be reached at email@example.com.
Chris Hannas, 22, is covering Prince George's County, the environment, transportation and economic affairs for CNS-TV. He will earn his master's degree in broadcast journalism in May and hopes to be a news producer. Hannas graduated from Susquehanna University in May 2005 with a bachelor of arts in broadcasting. He interned at WJLA ABC 7 News and CNN in Washington, D.C. Hannas has worked for University Wire, a national collegiate wire service, and has freelanced for the Herndon Observer and the Washington Examiner. He is from Herndon, Va., and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top of Page | Home Page
2006 University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of