Seconds. Minutes. Hours. Days.

We measure time in increments and are constantly keeping track of it. We have watches, clocks, timers, and alarms going to keep us on track. Sometimes there are not enough hours in the day. 

Meet broadcast journalist Jordan Norkus. 32 follows this broadcast journalist through her typical day, which usually is longer than 24 hours. 

How does she fit it all in?


     I am a Multimedia Journalist with WETM in Elmira, N.Y. and attended Ithaca College and the Roy H. Park School of Communications. As an MMJ, I have written, edited, shot and produced my own stories while curating digital content. 

     At Ithaca College TV, I held  a variety roles as on air talent and was part of the production team that revamped Good Day Ithaca, leading it to be recognized as best news show by my peers at ICTV.

     On ESPN+ at Cornell University, I serve as play-by-play commentator for Big Red Men's and Women's Soccer and Gymnastics. Also, I was the first sideline reporter for ESPN+ at Cornell during the Ivy Classic. Additionally, I have interned with CNN at the 2020 Iowa Caucus, ESPN at the 2020 AllState Sugar Bowl and 2019 Frozen Four, and NBC Connecticut News.


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