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Happs Journalist

Collaborate with news veterans and Emmy-award winning journalists around the world.

What is Happs


To date the Happs community has featured first-person reports on the Yellow Vest protests in Paris, Brazilian elections, the refugee crisis in Syria, the rescue of a teenage boys’ soccer team in Thailand, the Beto vs. Ted Cruz senate race in Texas, runaway inflation and political protests in Venezuela, the migrant caravan on its way from Honduras to Tijuana, the World Cup, World Clean-Up Day in Tanzania, bombing in Gaza, Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, the Tomatino festival in Spain, and dozens of other newsworthy happenings across the globe.

Meet Some of Our Journalists

  • Amber Genuske
  • Amber Genuske

    Amber is an Austin, Texas-based journalist, producer, and host with Happs. Amber has a love for stories with heart and has streamed pieces ranging from deep-dives into the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela to Gay Easter Parades in New Orleans.

  • Joshua Lucas
  • Joshua Lucas

    Joshua is an Los Angeles based director of broadcasts for Happs. He has been behind the controls for streams covering the power blackout in Caracas to the burning of Notre Dame in Paris.

  • Serginho Roosblad
  • Serginho Roosblad

    Serginho is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and producer with Happs based in San Fransisco covering a wide range of topics from homelessness to the neon history. He hails from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with roots in the Caribbean.

  • Tom Hanson
  • Tom Hanson

    Tom is an award-winning journalist, and most recently a host for Happs News. Before joining Happs, Hanson worked for CBS, Channel One News, and was an Associate Producer at CNN in Atlanta.

  • Serginho Roosblad
  • Andrew King

    Andrew has a deep passion for storytelling that connects people through empathy. Prior to Happs, Andrew was a freelance videographer and producer for outlets like NYT, Time Mag, and AJ+. He’s a true product of the community - starting as a livestreamer but quickly moving into producing, and then becoming the first Happs host.


  • Open Source

    Open Source

    Big news organizations represent top-down journalism while Happs approaches it from the bottom-up.

  • Experiential


    Our global network of contributors take us into the story from an immersive first-person perspective.

  • Live


    We invite everyone to interact in real-time with our contributors hosts, and producers to help us Make the News.

Happs Strives To Maintain Journalistic Integrity in Everything We Do

  • Accuracy Comes First

    Anyone who streams with Happs must strive to be accurate, fair, and thorough in their reporting. A trained journalist will play a part in all Happs broadcasts either as a producer, contributor, or as a host.

  • We Must Strive For The Truth

    Happs must strive to tell the truth as nearly as the truth can possibly be told. As part of telling the truth, Happs contributors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest, and be transparent about any bias we may have. Conflicts of interest can include reporting on subjects to which you have a personal connection or on causes to which you have donated money or time.

  • Everyone Is Treated Fairly

    Every single subject, whether a primary or secondary character on our streams, must be treated fairly. Happs encourages the civil exchange of opinions, no matter how in opposition various opinions are, and will not condone any name calling or indecent behavior.

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