About Marie Cusick
MARIE CUSICK is a multimedia reporter for WMHT, the PBS station in Albany, New York. She works on a statewide collaborative project between five public TV and radio stations called the Innovation Trail, which covers technology and the economy of upstate New York. Cusick files television reports for WMHT’s statewide public affairs show, New York NOW. She also contributes national radio reports to NPR and public stations throughout New York. Cusick is originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Before relocating to New York, she reported for a local cable TV news station in Lancaster. She’s also worked as a reporter and anchor for an ABC affiliate in Casper, Wyoming. She began her broadcasting career as an assignment desk intern for WBZ-TV in Boston. Cusick loves to travel and spent a year abroad after high school as an exchange student in Belgium, where she learned to speak French fluently.
- Occupation: Multimedia Reporter
- Organization: WMHT
- Location: Albany, NY USA
- Website: http://www.mariecusickreports.com/
- Twitter: @MarieCusick
- Was accepted for Dec 11-16 2011 Digital Storytelling.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by Marie Cusick:
- New York & natural gas: Where do drillers want to frack? 
If New York State allows hydrofracking, where would it happen? With the help of officials from the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), we used the agency's online oil and gas database to find out precisely where drilling companies have applied for permits to use the controversial method of extracting natural gas.
Content on this site written by Marie Cusick (includes contributory writing):
- During our six-day workshop, fellows produce videos that spotlight local businesses in the UC Berkeley area. This video was produced as a part of the Knight Digital Media Center's December ...