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Meghann Farnsworth

Meghann Farnsworth

Managing Director, Distribution, Operations and Engagement

Biography

Meghann Farnsworth is the managing director of distribution, operations and engagement for Reveal and The Center for Investigative Reporting. She manages teams dedicated to website production and management, technology, analytics, social media, distribution, newsletters, online and on-the-ground community building, arts collaborations, and youth engagement. She also helps develop and support media partnerships and collaborations for Reveal’s national public radio show and podcast. Previously, Farnsworth was the senior digital media manager at Home Front Communications in Washington, D.C., where she worked in digital media management, interactive development and outreach for nonprofit and government clients. She also served as the associate editor of Forums at PBS NewsHour, where she created interactive online forums that helped increase and engage the NewsHour's online audience. She was an inaugural member of the Online News Association-Poynter Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media, and she has presented at conferences across the country, including SXSW, ONA, the Logan Symposium, the Reynolds Journalism Institute and others. She earned her master's degree in journalism from UC Berkeley and undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon. Farnsworth is based at Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.

Articles

Inside the Newsroom

Engaging with CIR just got a whole lot easier

“The future is already here ­– it's just not very evenly distributed.” Author William Gibson is reported to have said that in 1999. (Thanks, Lisa Williams of the MIT Media Lab, for that during a recent #wjchat discussion.) Here at The Center for Investigative Reporting, we know that Gibson is right. That’s why we are

May 20, 2013
Inside the Newsroom

DHS is now following you on Twitter!

An average of 600 tweets appear on the Internet every second. This extraordinary volume of online content proved seductive to the Department of Homeland Security. It launched a recent initiative to search social media sites for dozens of key terms, such as “cocaine,” “militia” and “radicals.” By searching for terms listed in a DHS report, CIR used Storify to collect just a few of the messages, images and videos that could feasibly cross the government’s radar.

Nov 18, 2010