KWQC anchor Marci Clark pays visit to aspiring Muskie journalists

Marci and the "Muskie Minutes" team [Photo courtesy Muscatine Community School District Facebook].

Muscatine High School students were in for a real treat this week as former Muskie and current KWQC TV6 News reporter Marci Clark paid a visit to speak with aspiring student journalists.

Marci shared what a day in the life of her role as an anchor were like with the members of the “Muskie Minutes” team, a group of students who produce their own weekly newscast.

Students were able to ask questions and gain further insight into the fascinating world of on-air reporting in addition the skills and necessities needed to become successful in the career-path.

Oh, the places our Muskies will go!

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Kassidy Watson-Perry is a 24-year-old multimedia creator currently residing in North Carolina. A creatively driven individual since she was a youngster, Kassidy is a 2021 honors graduate of Elizabeth City State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media Arts. During her time there, she gained extensive insight into the world of mass media including but not limited to radio and film/television. In addition, she explored the versatile world of digital marketing and public relations. She considers herself a jack of all trades. She has received numerous accolades for her freelance work in writing, video production, photography, and graphic design which she practices in her spare time. Her coursework has ranged from Technical Writing, to Social Media Analysis, to Broadcast Journalism. Kassidy currently works for JAM Media Solutions LLC as a content provider for company-owned media outlets OBX Today and Voice of Muscatine.