Jennie Bourne

Jennie Bourne


I know digital content. I wrote Web Video: Making it Great, Getting it Noticed, Peachpit Press.  As Managing Director of PulverTV, an online video channel, I worked with the marketing team to produced hundreds of videos on emerging technologies and created tech savvy talk shows featuring FCC commissioners and industry leaders for Pulver Media, an international telecom and video conference company.

Work History

Work History

Video Producer

Crossfire Media

Producer Live Video Stream 4G Wireless Business Conference

Producing online video features and live stream of 4-day conference 4GWE sponsored by Los Angeles October 4-6.


My experience as a journalist includes more than ten years in local and network news working in television, radio, and print:

  • City Hall Bureau Chief WLIB AM (AFTRA)
  • News Editor/Anchor WBAI FM Evening News
  • Contributor NPR Latin File, All Things Considered
  • Senior Editor, Essence Magazine
  • Associate Editor Newsweek Magazine
  • Assistant Editor  NBC news and documentaries (IATSE)
  • Assistant Editor  WABC Eyewitness News (IATSE)
  • News writer Satellite News Network
2008 - Present

Adjunct Professor Digital Media NYU

New York University

Taught hybrid, online/classroom course in Digital media Management, and Ubiquitous Media Applications.

2004 - 2007

Managing Director


Created online channel, developed and produced talk shows on technical topics, interviews and features shot on location and in studio. Developed and supervised construction of production studio.

2004 - 2006

Video Producer Marconi Society

Marconi Society

Produced video profiles of Marconi Fellows, winners of the most prestigious award in telecommunications. Managed multimedia website, videotaped conferences and workshops.

1998 - 2000

Field Producer

Sudwestfunk, Hessischer Rundfunk

Developed entertainment features for German Television.

credits include: How to Steal a Man, Love Detective, Dirty Dancing, Route 66, Schlock Horror, Fascination of Golf




New York University

MS Journalism

Columbia University