Carole Radziwill has been staying busy after announcing that she was leaving The Real Housewives of New York City after Season 10. However; Carole has recently shared on social media that she has big plans for the future. According to Bravo’s The Daily Dish, she first announced that she is “thrilled to work with the team at Verve” and will work on several projects that are in development in the scripted, unscripted, digital and publishing spaces across multiple platforms. Now Carole, RHONY alum, revealed on Instagram that she will be giving a lecture at the University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communication & Media! Carole wrote that she’ll be, “discussing my 15 year journalism career, publishing and reality. Thinking I’ll call it: ‘From Real to Reality.’ Real being real life news stories to reality entertainment TV show.”
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Monday….I need motivation. Giving a lecture at the University of Rhode Island Harrington school of Communication & Media. Discussing my 15 year journalism career, publishing and reality. Thinking I’ll call it: “From Real to Reality.” Real being real life news stories to reality entertainment TV show. Good title?? ????
Carole previously worked at ABC News, starting in 1988, and went on to work with Peter Jennings’ documentary unit and the news magazine shows Primetime Live and 20/20. This led to her earning three Emmy Awards, a Robert F. Kennedy Humanitarian Award, and a GLAAD Award. Carole is also an author and a New York Times bestselling author for her memoir What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love.
I think this is awesome! Sounds like a good lecture to me. I wonder what the show will be like now without Carole? We’ll have to stay tuned!
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