Since 1938, the Nieman Foundation for Journalism has brought more than 1,600 promising and accomplished journalists from 98 countries to Harvard for a year of study, innovation and experimentation.
The Nieman Foundation publishes Nieman Reports, a website and quarterly magazine chronicling contemporary challenges and opportunities in journalism; Nieman Journalism Lab, a website reporting on digital media innovation; Nieman Storyboard, a website exploring the art and craft of nonfiction storytelling; as well as a series of print and e-books about current issues in journalism.
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