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Making the Leap from Print to Video Journalism – Stephen Janis

Making the Leap from Print to Video Journalism – Stephen Janis

Update: 2021-05-30
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Stephen Janis is a documentary filmmaker and award-winning journalist whose work has  earned praise in both video and print.  He's the director of the recently released feature length documentary, The Friendliest  Town,  a compelling story of the controversial firing of the first black police chief of a small town in Maryland.

He is the co-author of three books with former homicide detectives Why Do We Kill:  The Pathology of Murder in Baltimore , You Can’t Stop Murder: Truths about Policing  in Baltimore and Beyond , and The Book of Cop: A Testament to Policing That Works.  

Stephen has narrated a variety television shows including Dead of Night on  Investigation Discovery, NBC/Universal Relentless , the Netflix reboot of Unsolved  Mysteries , and the forth coming crime series Sins of The City on Television One.  He is the co-host and producer of the Police Accountability Report on The Real  News Network, a non-profit news service based in Baltimore. 

Stephen is a graduate of Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. 

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Making the Leap from Print to Video Journalism – Stephen Janis

Making the Leap from Print to Video Journalism – Stephen Janis

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