By Carol Gentry
09/21/12 © Health News Florida
One of the best things about Health News Florida becoming a part of WUSF Public Media is that we gained reporter Sarah Pusateri, a young but experienced TV and radio reporter.
When I arrived at the WUSF newsroom two weeks ago, she was hard at work on a piece for Frontline, the PBS documentary show, which is airing a series called "Dropout Nation" on Tuesday nights. Her segment, which may air next month, looks at the 22 percent of high-school dropouts who quit school to care for family members.
Last week, we published a shorter print version with the headline: Dropout Nation: Kids as caregivers.
If you don't want to wait, you can see her 10-minute video on YouTube.
I still love print journalism, but there's no denying the emotional wallop that radio and TV can bring to a story.
Sarah weaves it together beautifully.
Don't miss it.
----Health News Florida is journalism for a healthy state. As a part of WUSF Public Media, it provides in-depth coverage of health issues and policy. Question? Comment? Contact Carol Gentry, Editor, at 813-974-8629 or 727-410-3266 or Carol.Gentry@HealthNewsFlorida.org.