New York Times editor to discuss multimedia in journalism
Sam Dolnick, assistant managing editor of The New York Times who oversees the newspaper’s audio, film, and television projects, will take part in a conversation about his work on Monday, Sept. 23. The talk will take place at 6 p.m. in Rm. 351 of the Loria Center, 190 York St. The event is free and open to the public.
Dolnick helped launch “The Daily,” one of the most popular podcasts in the United States. He is currently an executive producer on The New York Times’ television show “The Weekly.” Additionally, his work has been featured in the Sunday New York Times Magazine and in the Style section.
In 2013, Dolnick was the recipient of the George Polk Award for Justice Reporting for his investigative reporting on the privatized halfway houses of New Jersey. He was added to The New York Times masthead in 2017, before which he worked as a sports editor. Prior to working for The New York Times, Dolnick was a foreign correspondent in New Delhi for The Associated Press.
The Poynter Fellowship in Journalism was established by Nelson Poynter, who received his master’s degree in 1927 from Yale. The fellowship brings to campus distinguished reporters, editors and others who have made important contributions to the media. Among recent Poynter fellows are Paul Tough, Soumaya Keynes, and Liz Neeley.