Meet the Team

Madeline Carl

Videographer

Madeline Carl is a videographer. She studied digital filmmaking at Missouri's finest liberal arts women's school, Stephens College. She's worked for Newsy for over four years, and she has experience in many aspects of video storytelling, including editing, writing, graphics creating and live camera operating, to name a few. She collaborates with her team and with producers to shoot video and bring exciting and important stories to life.

  Recent Work
Joe Motz is biking 6,500 miles around the country to raise money for Parkinson's research
NewsyU.S.

Ohio Man Pledges To Bike 6,500 Miles For Parkinson's Research

Jasmine, a woman in her 20s, died of a pulmonary embolism 18 days after delivering a healthy child.
Newsy / Andrew LawlerPolitics

Preventing Maternal Mortality Calls For More Data

Jay Strubberg with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
 U.S.

Gillibrand Rejects CBO Finding On $15 Minimum Wage, Talks 9/11 Bill

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
NewsyU.S.

Gillibrand Talks Iran, Impeachment And Health Care With Newsy

A Chicago lawyer and immigrant advocate tells people during a press conference that undocumented immigrants have rights.
Madeline Carl / NewsyPolitics

How Immigrant Advocates Are Preparing For Possible ICE Raids

Celene Adama opens up about how ICE arrested her husband in 2017
Madeline Carl / NewsyPolitics

This Immigrant Saw ICE Arrest Her Husband — Here's What She Learned

Plastic packaging around beauty products
Dave Franco / NewsyU.S.

How The Beauty Industry Is Trying To Send Less To The Landfill

R. Kelly walking into Chicago's Leighton Criminal Court building
Getty Images / Nuccio DiNuzzoU.S.

Jim DeRogatis Says You Can't Separate Art From Artist With R. Kelly

Inside a recycling plant that makes fiber from single use plastic bottles.
REPREVESci/Health

A Reuse-Heavy Circular Economy Could Help Lower Plastic Pollution

Syrian refugee holds an American flag
Getty ImagePolitics

A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The US. Who Are They?

A farmer harvests plants
 U.S.

How Far Can Urban Farming Go To Solve Food Insecurity?

Phoenix Mercury and Chicago Sky play in the WNBA finals in 2014
Getty ImagesU.S.

Professional Female Athletes See Some Of The Widest Pay Gaps

1985 Spelling Bee champion Balu Natarajan reads the dictionary with his sons
Newsy / Madeline CarlU.S.

Why South Asian Americans Dominate The Scripps National Spelling Bee

Man dresses as a Chinese Railroad Worker at the 150th Anniversary of the First Transcontinental Railroad
Dave FrancoU.S.

What Does It Take To Rectify The History Of Chinese Railroad Workers?

Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper
NewsyPolitics

2020 Candidate John Hickenlooper On Iran, Guns and Impeachment

Chinese railroad workers
Andrew J RussellU.S.

Chinese Railroad Workers Who Helped Build The US Were Almost Forgotten

 U.S.

United Airlines Pushes New Aircraft Branding In Big Reveal

A tractor moves along flooded Highway 59 on March 22, 2019 near Craig, Missouri
Getty Images / Scott OlsonU.S.

More Snow Could Make Midwest Flooding Easier To Deal With

 U.S.

Lawyer Suing Boeing: 20 Whistleblowers Have Contacted Me About 737 MAX

Col. Vance Goodfellow shows Newsy reporter Lindsey Theis an overview of the damage at Offutt Air Force base.
Madeline Carl / NewsyU.S.

At Flooded Offutt Air Force Base, "Recovery Will Take Months"

Matt Fauglid is with a rescue group that's been pulling pets to safety for 20 days and counting since March's Midwest Floods.
Lindsey Theis / NewsyU.S.

Volunteers Are Still Rescuing Livestock And Pets From Flooded Midwest

A flooded field in Nebraska
Getty ImagesU.S.

In The Midwest, Flooded Farms And Farmers Face An Uncertain Season

Protester holds a sign in favor of socialism
Getty ImagePolitics

Socialism Is Trending — Here's What It Really Means

 U.S.

20 Million Strong: Stories Of Unsung Asian American Heroes

A protest for slavery reparations in New York City
Getty ImageU.S.

Many 2020 Dems Say They Back Reparations — But What Does It Mean?

Chicago police badge
Getty Images / Scott OlsonU.S.

Officer's Lawsuit Against Chicago Police Defies "Code of Silence"

 U.S.

Workplaces Are Shifting As A Result Of The #MeToo Movement

Venezuelan immigrants demonstrate in Miami
Getty ImagesPolitics

Venezuelans Fleeing To The US Join Fastest-Growing Immigrant Community

Alfonso Ribeiro performs "The Carlton" on TV
Getty Images / Brad BarketTech

Why 'The Carlton' And The 'Milly Rock' Can't Legally Be Copyrighted

Police investigate the scene of a quadruple homicide on the city's Southside.
Getty ImagesU.S.

Gun Violence In Chicago Communities Part Two