Anne Ryder, a senior lecturer in The Media School at IU Bloomington, spent 30 years in television news. Inducted into the Indiana Broadcast Hall of Fame in 2010, Ryder worked as a producer, reporter and anchor in Lafayette, Terre Haute and Indianapolis. She produced “Hope to Tell,” stories about hope and faith that took her to Bosnia, Belfast, Albania, Rome and Calcutta. She interviewed the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa, who granted Ryder the final media interview in Calcutta prior to her death.
Ryder earned 18 regional Emmy Awards and five national awards. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia Journalism school, she has honorary doctorates from three universities.
Areas of Expertise
TV news, broadcast news ethics, fake news, social media as it pertains to broadcast news, TV interviewing techniques, enterprising original stories, cultivating sources.