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Nieman Journalism Lab
Pushing to the future of journalism — A project of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard

Articles by Megan Garber

Megan Garber is an assistant editor at the Lab. She was formerly a staff writer at the Columbia Journalism Review, where she reported on the future of news for’s News Frontier section. Megan holds an honors B.A. in English from Princeton University and an M.S. from Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she’s served as an adjunct professor. In 2010, she won a Mirror Award for excellence in media coverage. She plays a quartzy game of Scrabble.
The community message service tries to reinvent the Yellow Pages for the digital space.
The veteran blogger will be testing the limits of original news content on the social web.
The divide between most-saved content and most-returned-to content says a lot.
December 8, 2011
Jay Rosen and Amanda Michel reunite for a project that aims to inject citizen voices into campaign coverage.
When emotion meets information, big things can happen.
The celebrated documentarian on the value of curiosity and the power of skepticism.
November 28, 2011
The weekly “newspaper” may be reinventing the brand for the digital age.
November 21, 2011
Images can convene attention; they can also distribute it.
The service wants to be a user-friendly place for community members to come together.
November 15, 2011
More evidence that Twitter’s algorithm rewards spikes over steadiness.
November 15, 2011
With Coke’s “Arctic Home” campaign, the paper finds a new way to reach an increasingly distributed audience.
November 14, 2011
CNN’s citizen reporting site just got a networked-focused redesign. Here’s one way it could be valuable.
November 14, 2011
A new Pew study finds news outlets using Twitter almost exclusively for one-way distribution — of their own content.
November 7, 2011
The innovative North Carolina editor says newspaper leaders still need to have guts — but a different kind of guts from the good old days.
November 4, 2011
Accountability journalism, MTV-style.