The New York Times is at the forefront of the latest technologies and innovations to vet, produce, and communicate stories to its readers at the highest possible level of journalistic integrity and clarity. CRL is pleased to co-present a virtual event at 3 p.m ET / 2 p.m. CT on January 25 featuring Times journalists. Panelists will discuss groundbreaking newsroom initiatives transforming the way data is conveyed, information is presented, and knowledge disseminated on the most pressing issues of our day.
This webinar is open to the public, and we invite the CRL community to share this event with colleagues, students, and patrons. Together, we'll explore the synergies between journalists and library professionals' collective efforts towards novel, inventive knowledge creation methodologies.
CRL is an academic license provider of The New York Times. If you're interested in more information on institutional programs with The Times, you can contact Andrea Duntz, CRL’s Senior Director of Development and Member Engagement, or fill out this interest form.
Malachy Browne reports for the Visual Investigations team, a new form of explanatory and accountability journalism being pioneered at The Times which combines traditional reporting with advanced digital forensics. The Visual Investigations team's documentary Days of Rage was the result of a comprehensive, six-month investigation of the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot. The resulting film was nominated for a 2021 Critics Choice Documentary Award and has been shortlisted for an Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject. Malachy's previous investigative reporting work has received a George Polk Award, News and Documentary Emmys, three Overseas Press Club of America Awards, an Investigative Reporters and Editors Award, a Pulitzer Prize (2020), and a Pulitzer finalist citation (2017). He has been with the Times since 2016.
Josh Haner is The New York Times's first Photo Futurist, leading technology initiatives and tool development related to photography and visual storytelling. He was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for his photo essay documenting the arduous recovery of Jeff Bauman, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombings. He has spent the last five years documenting climate change, often utilizing drones in his storytelling. His photography and video journalism have been honored with awards from World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, and the National Press Photographers Association’s Best of Photojournalism. He is a two-time Emmy nominee for Outstanding New Approaches. Josh has been with the Times since 2006.
Anjali Singhvi is a reporter and graphics editor for The New York Times, producing data visualization, maps, and other visual journalism. Some of her coverage includes an investigation on chemical weapons attack in Syria, the Tulsa race massacre, the Miami building collapse, and the shooting of Breonna Taylor. Her stories at The Times have won awards including News and Documentary Emmys, The National Press Photographers Association awards, Society of News Design (SND) awards, Malofiej International Infographic awards, and Pulitzer finalist citations. She is a trained architect and holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning/Urban Analytics from Columbia University. Anjali joined the Times in 2016.