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Articles by Michael Skoler

Michael Skoler has worked in print, radio, television and the Web: producing a daily show for the CBS Radio Network, reporting at WGBH-TV in Boston, and serving as a science and foreign correspondent at National Public Radio in Washington and Nairobi, Kenya. After receiving an MBA in 1999, he spent two and a half years at the global consulting firm McKinsey & Company working on strategy, new business creation, and growth plans for corporations and nonprofits in media, education and technology. In 2003, Skoler joined American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio in St. Paul, where he managed a 63-person newsroom, founded the Public Insight Journalism model that creates partnership between newsrooms and the public, and co-founded and led an international week-long collaboration among public radio newsrooms and shows. In 2006, he founded and served as executive director of the Center for Innovation in Journalism at American Public Media through 2008.
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