Julian Atkins - Newsy

Julian Atkins

Producer / Editor

Julian Atkins is a news producer/editor for "Morning Rush." Before joining Newsy, Julian graduated with a bachelor of arts in cinema arts and sciences and worked as an editor/photojournalist at a local news station in Memphis, Tennessee.

Recent Work
Mary Pickford, Cecil B. DeMille, Gloria Swanson, Bob Hope and Charles Brackett at the 1953 Academy Awards presentation

The Oscars' Pandemic Format Is A Throwback To Its Early TV Roots

An Oscar statue
Chris Pizzello / APEntertainment

Female Directors Could Make History At The 2021 Oscars

AP / Harpo ProductionsEntertainment

Brits Shocked By Interview With Prince Harry and Meghan

Joe Biden gets sworn in as the 46th President of the United States
Andrew Harnik / Associated PressPolitics

Inauguration Day Bibles Have Their Own Storied Histories

Kennedy Mitchum
Instagram / KennedyMitchum_U.S.

Missouri Woman Convinces Dictionary To Redefine 'Racism'

Then Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton waves to delegates at the 2016 Democratic National Convention
AP / Mary AltafferSci/Health

Political Party Convention Planners Explore Options Amid Pandemic

Bushfires in Australia
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How NASA Is Using Satellite Systems To Help Fight Wildfires

A promotional image for the 2020 film adaptation of "In the Heights"
Warner Bros. / "In the Heights"Entertainment

The Movie Musical Is Once Again Taking Center Stage In Hollywood

A promotional image from Netflix's "Unbelievable"
Netflix / "Unbelievable"Entertainment

'Unbelievable' And Others Are Ushering In A New Era Of Education TV

Colin Jost and Michael Che speak onstage at the 70th Emmy Awards
Getty ImagesEntertainment

What's Holding Broadcast Networks Back From Earning Emmy Nominations?

Emma Stone, Mahershala Ali, Meryl Streep, and Julia Roberts
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Thanks To A Changing Landscape, More Movie Stars Are Jumping To TV

A busy city street

Smart Cities Invest More Money And Tech To Combat Climate Change

The eight co-champions of the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee
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The Dictionary Proves To Be No Match For The 2019 Spelling Bee Champs

A promotional image for "Avengers: Endgame"
Walt Disney StudiosEntertainment

'Avengers: Endgame' Box Office Success Is Good News For Summer Films

A group of people watch a Fox News nightly report
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Can Trust In The Media Be Restored?

Netflix's headquarters in California
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A French Law Continues To Keep Netflix Out Of Cannes' Lineup


'The Day Ahead' On Black Hair, Acceptance And How Far We Have To Go

Sale sign hangs at a shop
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The Bottom Line: Should You Trust The 'Sale' Sign?

Woman on the phone

The Bottom Line: You're Not Crazy — Robocalls Are Increasing

20th Century FoxSci/Health

How Did Our Fascination With Aliens Begin?

Mars Home Planet display during The Art of VR at Sotheby in 2017 in New York City.
Getty ImagesSci/Health

What Would It Be Like To Live On Mars?

Using your debit or credit card can provide a lot of information to a data broker.
Getty ImagesTech

Is Your Health Profile For Sale?

Ants enter a jar
Getty ImagesU.S.

The Lab: What Ants Can Teach Humans About Teamwork

United airlines had to issue an apology after physically dragging a man off one of their flights.
Getty ImagesU.S.

Do Apologies From Major Corporations Really Mean Anything?

A robot is on display at a trade fair.
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The Lab: Here's Why We Respond To Mean People ... And Robots

A smart fridge window.
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The Bottom Line: Can Blockchain Keep Gadgets From Spying On You?

Trailer for "BlacKkKlansman"
Focus Features / "BlacKkKlansman"U.S.

Black Representation On Screen Has Evolved ... And Needs To Continue

The missing child poster for 5-year-old Rilya Wilson
Getty ImagesU.S.

Children Of Color Are Going Missing At An Alarming Rate

Paramount PicturesEntertainment

Today's Horror Films Are Hitting Too Close To Home

Recording artist Akon created his own city in Africa.
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Did You Know You Can Create Your Own Micronation?