Noah Rosenberg is the founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of Narratively, a platform devoted to original, in-depth and untold stories. Launched in New York in September 2012, Narratively was listed at number six among TIME Magazine’s “50 Best Websites of 2013.”
A print, video and multimedia journalist, Rosenberg was a spring 2012 fellow at The City University of New York’s Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism. He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times’ Metro desk and he has also written features, essays and breaking news for the National, Travel, Sports and Styles sections. Both his writing and photography have been featured on The Times’ front page, and he has also shot and produced documentary video for The Times, including helping the Metro desk pioneer its use of iPhone video reporting.
Previously, Rosenberg worked for Univision‘s Interactive Media division as a product manager, and spent the summer of 2010 in South Africa, where he was The Wall Street Journal’s video correspondent at the FIFA World Cup. While there, Rosenberg also took photographs and wrote human-interest pieces for The Wall Street Journal and GQ magazine. He has also produced, edited and reported on-camera for CBS’ Channel One News and written for New York magazine.
Rosenberg was the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Long Island City Courier Magazine, which he launched in October 2009 for the New York City-based Queens Courier chain of newspapers. He also served as The Courier’s Digital Director, re-launching its website and pioneering its award-winning video and multimedia content, and was a staff reporter for the company’s various publications.
Before joining The Courier, Rosenberg spent over two years producing documentaries, news and other nonfiction programming at CBS News Productions. He worked on content for a variety of clients, including Current TV, the Discovery Health Channel and the CBS network.
A passionate storyteller across all media platforms, Rosenberg has interviewed Holocaust survivors and Nuremberg interrogators; day laborers and CEOs; youth athletes and sports legends.
He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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