Steve Engelberg

Managing Editor of

Steve Engelberg appears in the following:

Long On Words, Short on Time

Monday, March 14, 2011

Pro-Publica managing editor Steve Engelberg and Frontline’s Raney Aronson discuss how to do long-form storytelling in a short attention span world. They’ll debate whether or not the Internet really has shortened readers’ attention spans, how new technologies could contribute to a revitalization of the form, and the all-important question of who will actually pay for these longer, more labor-intensive pieces.

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ProPublica Editor on Pulitzer Wins

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The winners of the most prestigious honor in newspaper journalism were announced yesterday. The Pulitzer Prize committee gave four awards to The Washington Post and following close behind was The New York Times. Notably, one of the awards granted The New York Times was shared by the nonprofit investigative news organization, ProPublica, which is a new kind of journalistic outfit.


Police Confess to Cover-Up in Katrina Killings

Friday, February 26, 2010

In the nightmarish chaos that ensued after Hurricane Katrina, the city turned to police for order and protection. But on Wednesday, it became evident that trust was violently broken as some New Orleans police officers allegedly acted more like a lawless gang.