About Pamela Sellers
SELLERS, PAMELA is an editorial producer who develops special projects for CNN USA’s Central Bookings unit in Atlanta. For nearly ten years, she has researched and produced hundreds of interviews, and contributed to most of CNN’s prime- and day-time programming. In 2005, Sellers field produced during CNN’s coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which received the George Foster Peabody Award. She was also part of the team to receive the prestigious Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia Award for CNN’s coverage of the South Asia Tsunami. Currently, Sellers focuses on identifying new sources for the division, in particular, tracking the people and trends behind new media. Earlier this year, she helped launch CNN Commentary on CNN.com. This fall, she co-created and served as a supervising producer for CNN’s first women’s event, the CNN Inspire Summit. Content from the program appeared on CNN’s broadcast, broadband and web platforms. In 2005, she served as senior producer for “Blogging: The Fifth Estate,” which appeared on CNN International. Prior to joining CNN, Sellers covered healthcare reform and Wall Street for the award-winning trade publication, HomeCare magazine. She holds degrees in English Literature and Journalism from California State University, Northridge.
- Was accepted for Dec 10-15 2006 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Pamela Sellers (includes contributory writing):
- Survival of the Fastest
- In August 2006, researchers in California and Illinois used a highly magnified camera to track how fast trap-jaw ants snapped shut their jaws. The concluded that the powerful insect can ...