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[05/16/24 - 09:15 AM]
ABC News Announces Documentary "PRINT IT BLACK" on Local Newspaper's Response to Robb Elementary Shooting to Premiere Friday, May 24, on ABC News Live and Hulu
The premiere follows the film's world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature.

[via press release from ABC]

ABC NEWS ANNOUNCES DOCUMENTARY 'PRINT IT BLACK' ON LOCAL NEWSPAPER'S RESPONSE TO ROBB ELEMENTARY SHOOTING TO PREMIERE FRIDAY, MAY 24, ON ABC NEWS LIVE AND HULU

Part of ABC News' Uvalde 365 Initiative, the Documentary Goes Behind the Scenes at the Uvalde Leader-News and Explores How the Tragedy Impacted One of Its Own Reporters

ABC News*

ABC News announced today the upcoming documentary "PRINT IT BLACK," on the local Uvalde newspaper's response to the Robb Elementary School mass shooting and the fallout that hit home, premieres Friday, May 24, at 8 p.m. EDT / 9 p.m. PDT on ABC News Live and Hulu.

After the devastating tragedy, Uvalde Leader-News journalists are left to report on the fallout - and on one of their own staff members. Reporter Kimberly Rubio rose to national prominence as an advocate for gun reform after her 10-year-old daughter, Lexi, was killed in the shooting. Told through the lens of the journalists' reporting, the social fabric of a small Texas town unravels as Kimberly and other victims' families search for accountability from law enforcement and local leaders.

"We're honored that Kim Rubio and the staff of the Uvalde Leader-News allowed our team into their worlds in a period of staggering grief," said Cindy Galli, executive producer of ABC News' Investigative Unit. "This documentary is the embodiment of our initiative to remain in Uvalde and share with the world how it grieved, struggled, rose up and inspired. No community should ever be defined by a tragedy that befalls it."

The premiere follows the film's world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature. "PRINT IT BLACK" is the latest project from ABC News' "Uvalde 365", a commitment to remain in and report on Uvalde in the aftermath of the tragedy. ABC News journalists lived and worked in Uvalde for more than a year after the Robb Elementary shooting.

"Since the tragedy unfolded, we have been proud to amplify the Uvalde 365 project on our streaming channel, and when we were approached about the possibility of a film, we were thrilled to help bring it to life," said Seni Tienabeso, executive director of ABC News Live. "With this film, we wanted to shine a light on the crucial role of local journalism in documenting communities long after the national headlines fade."

"PRINT IT BLACK" is produced by Tomas Navia, Megan Hundahl Streete and Andrew Fredericks. Cindy Galli and Seni Tienabeso are executive producers, and James Hill is senior producer.

About ABC News

ABC News is America's No. 1 news source, providing straightforward, fact-driven journalism across broadcast, streaming, digital and audio. ABC's award-winning programs include "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David Muir," "Nightline," "20/20," "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," "GMA3: What You Need to Know," "The View" and "Tamron Hall." Other platforms include ABC News Live, the network's 24/7 streaming channel; ABC News Studios, a premium, narrative nonfiction original production house; ABC News Digital, comprised of a diverse audience of more than 53 million monthly average users; ABC Audio, the premier source for radio news and industry-leading podcasts; FiveThirtyEight, renowned data journalism organization; and NewsOne, the affiliate news service. Based in New York City, ABC News is comprised of three U.S. bureaus and eight international bureaus, with a presence in more than 20 countries around the world.





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