Nieman Foundation announces its 75th class of Nieman Fellows

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The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard has selected 24 journalists from the United States and abroad as members of the 75th class of Nieman Fellows. The group includes journalists who work across all media platforms as reporters, editors, radio and television broadcasters, photojournalists and digital media pioneers.

This class will be the first to host two Nieman-Berkman Fellows in Journalism Innovation. The fellowship is a collaboration between the Nieman Foundation for Journalism and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society designed to generate new ideas to advance quality journalism in the digital age.

The Nieman Foundation has hosted more than 1,300 journalists from 92 countries since its founding at Harvard in 1938. The Nieman Fellowship allows accomplished and promising journalists a year of study at Harvard and time to pursue individual areas of inquiry as well as integrated class work to enhance the fellows’ expertise.