Here are a few TFK Kid Reporters in action over the years.
TFK Kid Reporter Tabitha Kho met with Rochelle Walensky, in 2021, at the CDC offices in Atlanta, Georgia. They spoke about vaccines and COVID-19.
At a White House press briefing in May 2018, TFK Kid Reporter Benje Choucroun asked press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders a question about safety in schools. Their exchange made headlines.
TFK Kid Reporter Jordan Millar interviewed singer Pharrell Williams in New York City, in 2015. “He is someone I always admired,” Millar says.
TFK Kid Reporter Bridget Bernardo covered the 2012 presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. She stood in the “spin” room alongside adult reporters and asked tough questions.
From movie premieres to award shows, TFK Kid Reporters have gone live from the red carpet. Here, TFK Kid Reporter Ruby West poses with Jojo Siwa at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in 2019.
In 2020, TFK Kid Reporter Nora Wilson-Hartgrove interviewed author Lowis Lowry about her newest book. Nora’s interview ran in TIME Magazine.
TFK Kid Reporter Miguel Madero helps host TIME For Kids Explains, our weekly news podcast for kids. He gets to talk about the news and interview people.
TFK Kid Reporter Sarah Horbacewicz was assigned a story about Justin Bieber in 2009. She hadn't heard of the young singer at the time. But soon after her interview, Bieber went on to superstardom.
Two TFK Kid Reporters joined host Trevor Noah along with a panelist of kids on a Nickelodeon TV special in 2020. Together, they selected TIME’s 2020 Kid of the Year.