Noah Goudie Reel

On-Camera Introduction

My name is Noah Goudie and I am a multimedia journalist. When I am not in class you can find me in the TV studio or out around Iowa City shooting, editing, and creating content for Daily Iowan TV as a news reporter. Telling compelling stories is my passion along with getting the facts and story correct. I also anchor a live newscast every Thursday morning. My skills have developed behind the camera as well where I have produced newscasts and tech directed. Here are just some of the stories that I have covered so far in my career.

 

 Dumpling Darling TRT: 1:50

Anchor Lead: 0:10

Dumpling Darling has opened up in Downtown Iowa City and the story behind the restaurant is one that the owners never saw happening. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie spoke with the owners to find out more.

Take Package runs: 1:39

Locator: Dumpling Darling / Iowa City, Iowa

Dumpling Darling Owners Lesley and Brian Triplett met at the University of Iowa while working at Atlas Restaurant and Bar where they hit it off just a few weeks before Lesley was set to leave to travel the world.

Lower Third: Brian Triplett / Co-Owner of Dumpling Darling

“She told me she was leaving for South Korea in a few weeks and I thought that’s to bad she is really pretty and nice. We went and talked about travel as our first date and then I think our third date was moving into a 200 square foot apartment with no windows in Seoul.”

That move together to Seoul, South Korea introduced them to the world of Dumplings.

Lower Third: Lesley Triplett / Co-Owner of Dumpling Darling

“It was there that I fell in love with dumplings. They would have a neighborhood mondue stand, that’s what dumplings are called in Korea and we would eat it all the time and when we came back here I started a farmers market stand to recreate the dumplings just as a hobby.”

That hobby grew from just the one farmers market stand to catering large orders and then eventually their new stores home on Iowa Avenue.

Standup: Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“Lesley and Brian have actually told me about how they have traveled to nearly 50 countries around the world and those experiences have actually inspired their menu here at their new restaurant in Downtown Iowa City.”

SOT: Lesley Triplett

“The Kimchi Mondo that was a Korean Dumpling that we were used to eating all the time and then we also travelled all around Asia. We recently in China learned how to make soup dumplings, Shanghai Soup Dumplings.”

Those different foods that they have decided to bring back from their travels have seemed to have hit it off well with the residents of Iowa City who can’t get enough of the Dumpling Darling.

SOT: Brian Triplett

We have had an incredible response these first couple of weeks and if you look at our menu boards we are running out of a few things, so right now we are just going to focus on making the shop the best it can be.”

Lesley and Brian plan to keep bringing more to their menu as they continue to travel throughout the world. Reporting from Dumpling Darling in Downtown Iowa City, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

 

 

 

Take Back The Night TRT: 1:40

Anchor Lead:

It is sexual assault awareness month and organizations from around the Iowa City community came together to show their support. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie was there to bring us the story.

Take Package

That’s the sounds you could hear Tuesday evening as students, community members, and therapy dogs all came out to show support at the annual Take Back The Night rally in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

SOT – Linda Stewart Kroon / Director, WRAC

“Take Back The Night marches originated in the 1970s originally in our country and they were apart of the battered womens movement. It was sort of the beginning of activism around domestic violence and sexual assault.”

This event has since continued at the University of Iowa being held every year in the spring to bring awareness to the campus.

SOT – Jessica Owens / UI Student

“It’s a problem on our campus and also in our communities so I think that its really important especially as we are coming to the end of sexual assault activism month to really sort of remember that.”

Stand up – Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“The Take Back The Night event gave University of Iowa students and the community a chance to voice their opinion on sexual assault.”

This event began with a march around the Downtown Iowa City area and then led into people taking their turns standing up to the microphone to tell their stories or someone elses story that has been affected by Sexual Assault.

SOT – Madison Hoffman / UI Student

“If a survivor wants to get up and talk or if someone wants to get up and talk about an experience that they have had with sexual violence its an open venue to do so.”

Everyone in attendance kept saying that the fight against sexual assault is a group effort and that those victims are not alone in their time of need.

SOT – Linda Stewart Kroon / Director, WRAC

“Ultimately the solution to the problem is that it is going to need all of us. I think that it is just one of those things that is compelling. There is no need for this violence to be happening and we can stop it.”

The group plans to continue the Take Back The Night event for years to come all in the effort to combat Sexual Assault. Reporting from the Pentacrest in Downtown Iowa City, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

 

 

 

Student Immunity Bill TRT: 1:35

Anchor Lead: 0:07

One idea sparked on the University of Iowa campus is now turning heads at the Iowa Legislator. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie has more on the story.

Take Package: 1:27

Underage drinking on college campuses has seen an increase in recent years and has people worried for the safety of those consuming alcohol. With current laws against underage drinking, it can make it difficult for the individual to ask for medical help if they are worried about the reprocutions that could be held against them.

Standup: Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“With these concerns the University of Iowa Student Government proposed a bill to the Iowa Legislator that would protect the underage individual if they seeked medical attention due to alcohol consumption and now the state legislators have revised the bill and it has already passed the senate and moved on to the house for further review here at the State Capital.”

The proposed bill would prohibit state universities from imposing certain disciplinary sanctions against students who need medical help due to alcohol consumption. Senator Brad Zaun, who sponsored the UISG bill spoke on legislations hopes for the proposal.

SOT: Senator Brad Zaun / R-Urbandale

“The intent of this is not to promote drinking but rather potentially save someone who needs emergency services that made a poor decision by drinking under the age.”

The bill even included protection for a person who reports that another individual is in need of medical attention as long as the person that reported the incident cooperates fully with medical and law enforcement.

SOT: Senator Jeff Danielson / D-Black Hawk County

“I want to show up on a scene and I want you to be able to stay there and protect and make sure your friend is safe. All the way to the end of that event.”

With the senate approving this bill, the piece of legislation has to make it through both the House of Representatives and then the Governor before it could be considered an actual law. Reporting from the Des Moines, Iowa, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

Anchor Tag: 0:06

There is no set date on when the bill will be voted on in the House of Representatives. Stick with Daily Iowan TV as the story develops further.

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Take Back The Night

TRT: 1:55

Anchor Lead:

It is sexual assault awareness month and organizations from around the Iowa City community came together to show their support. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie was there to bring us the story.

Take Package

That’s the sounds you could hear Tuesday evening as students, community members, and therapy dogs all came out to show support at the annual Take Back The Night rally in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

SOT – Linda Stewart Kroon / Director, WRAC

“Take Back The Night marches originated in the 1970s originally in our country and they were apart of the battered womens movement. It was sort of the beginning of activism around domestic violence and sexual assault.”

This event has since continued at the University of Iowa being held every year in the spring to bring awareness to the campus.

SOT – Jessica Owens / UI Student

“It’s a problem on our campus and also in our communities so I think that its really important especially as we are coming to the end of sexual assault activism month to really sort of remember that.”

Stand up – Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“The Take Back The Night event gave University of Iowa students and the community a chance to voice their opinion on sexual assault.”

This event began with a march around the Downtown Iowa City area and then led into people taking their turns standing up to the microphone to tell their stories or someone elses story that has been affected by Sexual Assault.

SOT – Madison Hoffman / UI Student

“If a survivor wants to get up and talk or if someone wants to get up and talk about an experience that they have had with sexual violence its an open venue to do so.”

Everyone in attendance kept saying that the fight against sexual assault is a group effort and that those victims are not alone in their time of need.

SOT – Linda Stewart Kroon / Director, WRAC

“Ultimately the solution to the problem is that it is going to need all of us. I think that it is just one of those things that is compelling. There is no need for this violence to be happening and we can stop it.”

The group plans to continue the Take Back The Night event for years to come all in the effort to combat Sexual Assault. Reporting from the Pentacrest in Downtown Iowa City, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

Spring Vendor Show

Anchor Lead: The first ever Spring Vendor Show took place this last Saturday and different vendors and crafters from the surrounding areas came to the event to interact with their customers. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie was there to bring us the story.

Clothing, Jewelry, candy and more… That is what you could find at this years Spring Vendor Show in Coralville, Iowa. This event was unique since it is the first of its kind in the Coralville area and organizer of it all Courtni Roberts knew that she wanted to put this event on ever since she started as a consultant for her favorite clothing brand.

SOT – Courtni Roberts / Spring Vendor Show Organizer

“We started Lularoe in December and then by January I knew that we wanted to put a whole bunch of atleast Lularoe in the same room and then I opened it up to other direct sells so we could fill it.”

And fill it she did, the convention center in which it was held in had more than 60 vendors show up to sell their products.

Stand Up – Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“This event is one of a kind allowing the different consultants to network with eachother and interact with their costumers.”

Not only was the event benefiting those in attendance but one company that was at several booths called LulaRoe is finding ways to give back to those in need.

SOT – Sarah Seifert / LuLaRoe Consultant

“My team and I were doing a fundraiser for the Iowa Donor Network and the money that we raise our company will match that. They give back in that way, and then one of our styles a dollar from each purchase of that style goes to the national down syndrome society.”

The organizers plan to continue the event as a fall and spring event for everyone to attend. Reporting from the Spring Vendor Show in Coralville, Iowa, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

Dumpling Darling

TRT: 1:49

Anchor Lead: 0:10

Dumpling Darling has opened up in Downtown Iowa City and the story behind the restaurant is one that the owners never saw happening. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie spoke with the owners to find out more.

Take Package runs: 1:39

Locator: Dumpling Darling / Iowa City, Iowa

Dumpling Darling Owners Lesley and Brian Triplett met at the University of Iowa while working at Atlas Restaurant and Bar where they hit it off just a few weeks before Lesley was set to leave to travel the world.

Lower Third: Brian Triplett / Co-Owner of Dumpling Darling

“She told me she was leaving for South Korea in a few weeks and I thought that’s to bad she is really pretty and nice. We went and talked about travel as our first date and then I think our third date was moving into a 200 square foot apartment with no windows in Seoul.”

That move together to Seoul, South Korea introduced them to the world of Dumplings.

Lower Third: Lesley Triplett / Co-Owner of Dumpling Darling

“It was there that I fell in love with dumplings. They would have a neighborhood mondue stand, that’s what dumplings are called in Korea and we would eat it all the time and when we came back here I started a farmers market stand to recreate the dumplings just as a hobby.”

That hobby grew from just the one farmers market stand to catering large orders and then eventually their new stores home on Iowa Avenue.

Standup: Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“Lesley and Brian have actually told me about how they have traveled to nearly 50 countries around the world and those experiences have actually inspired their menu here at their new restaurant in Downtown Iowa City.”

SOT: Lesley Triplett

“The Kimchi Mondo that was a Korean Dumpling that we were used to eating all the time and then we also travelled all around Asia. We recently in China learned how to make soup dumplings, Shanghai Soup Dumplings.”

Those different foods that they have decided to bring back from their travels have seemed to have hit it off well with the residents of Iowa City who can’t get enough of the Dumpling Darling.

SOT: Brian Triplett

We have had an incredible response these first couple of weeks and if you look at our menu boards we are running out of a few things, so right now we are just going to focus on making the shop the best it can be.”

Lesley and Brian plan to keep bringing more to their menu as they continue to travel throughout the world. Reporting from Dumpling Darling in Downtown Iowa City, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

Student Immunity Bill

TRT: 1:40

Anchor Lead: 0:07

One idea sparked on the University of Iowa campus is now turning heads at the Iowa Legislator. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie has more on the story.

Take Package: 1:27

Underage drinking on college campuses has seen an increase in recent years and has people worried for the safety of those consuming alcohol. With current laws against underage drinking, it can make it difficult for the individual to ask for medical help if they are worried about the reprocutions that could be held against them.

Standup: Noah Goudie / @Noah_Goudie

“With these concerns the University of Iowa Student Government proposed a bill to the Iowa Legislator that would protect the underage individual if they seeked medical attention due to alcohol consumption and now the state legislators have revised the bill and it has already passed the senate and moved on to the house for further review here at the State Capital.”

The proposed bill would prohibit state universities from imposing certain disciplinary sanctions against students who need medical help due to alcohol consumption. Senator Brad Zaun, who sponsored the UISG bill spoke on legislations hopes for the proposal.

SOT: Senator Brad Zaun / R-Urbandale

“The intent of this is not to promote drinking but rather potentially save someone who needs emergency services that made a poor decision by drinking under the age.”

The bill even included protection for a person who reports that another individual is in need of medical attention as long as the person that reported the incident cooperates fully with medical and law enforcement.

SOT: Senator Jeff Danielson / D-Black Hawk County

“I want to show up on a scene and I want you to be able to stay there and protect and make sure your friend is safe. All the way to the end of that event.”

With the senate approving this bill, the piece of legislation has to make it through both the House of Representatives and then the Governor before it could be considered an actual law. Reporting from the Des Moines, Iowa, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

Anchor Tag: 0:06

There is no set date on when the bill will be voted on in the House of Representatives. Stick with Daily Iowan TV as the story develops further.

 

COGS Protest

Anchor Lead – 0:14

A protest formed on the Old Capitol Steps Tuesday afternoon and the group that organized it was the College of Graduate Students at the University of Iowa. Since November of 2016, the graduate students have been in talks with the University over their contracts. Daily Iowan TV Reporter Noah Goudie was at the protest to find out more.

Take Package – TRT 1:11

A recently passed law in the Iowa legislature took away some collective bargaining rights for teaching unions in the state of Iowa, and those that had their rights taken away have expressed concerns moving forward. The graduate student union known as COGS took to the pentacrest Tuesday to protest the collective bargaining bill and have their voices heard.

SOT – Landon Ekland / President, COGS Union

“If the graduate workers continue to be left out of the conversation over their benefits then we are going to stand up and fight back. That’s what you saw here today was us mobilizing to stand up and fight.”

Standup – Noah Goudie/ @NoahGoudieNews

“Following the graduate students protest on the Old Capitol steps they moved to Jessup Hall where they tried to speak with President Harreld about the cuts to their contracts. When they arrived, they were surprised to find that two other University officials were there to hear their concerns.”

After arriving at President Harreld’s office, the graduate students did not get the answers they were looking for and left empty handed.

SOT – Bailey Kelley / Vice President, COGS Union

“Well, we wanted to have a conversation with the administration because their saying that they have our best interest in mind. That they want to work with us. That they want to have conversations with graduate student on this campus. Then why would they not want to have a conversation with its workers?”

The Graduate student union says that they are not going to give up their battle for their rights that they feel have been taken away from them. Reporting from the pentacrest in Downtown Iowa City, Noah Goudie, Daily Iowan TV.

DAPL City Response

Anchor on Camera

A news conference was held Thursday morning to speak about the recent call from Dakota Access Pipeline protesters.

Take VO

They asked the city to divest all their funds from financial institutions that have made investments towards the pipeline. This comes weeks after a federal judge ruled to reject a request to block the pipeline from further construction. Protesters say that divesting money from financial institutions is the communities ability to show that they are not okay with the pipeline. The city has responded to the protesters request with the support of the idea.

Take SOT: 0:12 / Kingsley Botchway / At-Large, Mayor Pro

“That’s something they look at every two years and can be somewhat difficult to just kinda flip to another bank to do, but my feeling from that conversation is that is something we are trying to actively pursue and will continue to pursue.”

Anchor on Camera

The city has already divested nearly ninety percent of their funds from financial institutions that invested in the pipeline. They plan on relocating the rest of their money to local banks throughout the remainder of the year.