Quinnipiac in Los Angeles gives journalism student new coast of possibilities

Meyer sits on the set of KTLA news

Getting the scoop

Aspiring journalist Paige Meyer, '19, interned at KTLA TV and the Los Angeles Times as part of her summer in the Quinnipiac University in Los Angeles program.


aige Meyer, ’19, thought she was an East Coaster for life until she participated in Quinnipiac University in Los Angeles this summer. 


“I never thought I would love California as much as I do,” the Long Island native explained.

Story Continues

The journalism major completed two internships in Los Angeles at some of the country’s most prestigious media companies — the Los Angeles Times and KTLA-TV.

At the Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times, Meyer interned with their marketing team and was at the forefront of industry-leading discussions and planning, including with virtual reality video and brainstorming new marketing approaches to garner new, younger news consumers.

Meyer was involved in key meetings as a new era began at the media giant — with a shift in physical locations as well as its senior leadership team.


A group of students sit on couch from set of "Friends"

Making Connections

Students from the #QUinLA program visit the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood



“Quinnipiac has provided me the skill set to feel confident completing all of my internship responsibilities,” Meyer said of why she flourished during her hundreds of hours of professional experience in Los Angeles.

Story Continues

Meyer said her #QUinLA experience taught her how important it is to push herself outside of her comfort zone in order to seize every opportunity that may come her way in her burgeoning career. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in broadcast journalism — with the ultimate goal of becoming a news anchor.

"Thanks to the #QUinLA program, I am very eager to see what is in store for me from coast to coast,” the aspiring journalist said.

When not excelling in journalism, Meyer is a key member of Quinnipiac’s acrobatics and tumbling team. Recognized for her strong academics, she was named to the ECAC All-Academic Team the last two years and serves as the team’s social media chair. She also represents the team on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee.

Meyer stands in her jersey.