The New York World produces accountability journalism devoted to deepening public understanding of the ways city and state government shape life in New York City. Our news stories and data projects illuminate issues and engage New Yorkers with information about how their city works.
The New York World is published by Columbia Journalism School, and named for school founder Joseph Pulitzer’s groundbreaking newspaper of the same name. Our reporters are graduates of the Journalism School, on year long post-graduate appointments.
The New York World was inspired in part by News 21, a nationwide effort to teach, challenge, and prepare the next generation of news industry leaders. Columbia’s Journalism School was one of twelve universities that participated in News21. News21 was funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation as part of the Carnegie-Knight Initiative on Journalism Education.
Emmanuel Felton is a 2013 graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he was a fellow in the Stabile Center for Investigative Reporting. Previously, he was a researcher and writer with the Southern Poverty Law Center. He is a graduate of Emory University. Email him at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @emmanuelfelton.
Wilder Fleming has reported on politics and public policy in Boston and for the publication City and State in New York City. Wilder received a master’s degree in the spring of 2013 from the Columbia Journalism School, where he studied both print and multimedia production. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with him on Twitter @WilderFleming.
Sebastien Malo covers City Hall and elections for the New York World. Sebastien's work has appeared in publications such as The Atlantic, The New York Daily News and La Presse, in Canada. He was previously a staff journalist at the Beirut Daily Star in Lebanon where he reported on foreign policy as well as general assignment stories. Email him at email@example.com, and follow him on Twitter @SebastienMalo.
Claire Moses covers transportation, parks and development for The New York World. Previously she worked as reporter for the Jersey Journal and as local editor for Patch in Hoboken, where she covered, local politics, schools and breaking news. Claire worked as a Knight Foundation fellow for News21 after earning an MS from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in 2009. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter @clairemoses.
Annaliese Wiederspahn is a data journalist focusing on contracts, budgeting and the business of government in New York City. A graduate of Columbia Journalism School, Wiederspahn previously worked in politics and communications. Follow her on Twitter (@wyomingirl) and email tips or story ideas to email@example.com.