The New York Times

Malachy Browne

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Malachy is a Senior Story Producer at The New York Times, where he specializes in a pioneering form of visual investigation that combines the forensic analysis of eyewitness content and open source reporting with traditional reporting. He has led multiple award-winning investigations for The New York Times, which have included identifying Turkish security guards who assaulted protesters a mere mile from the White House, tracking bombs made in Italy that killed children in Yemen, and reconstructing the mass shooting in Las Vegas. A former computer programmer, Malachy began working in journalism in 2006 with Current Affairs Magazine, Village, and later with Storyful, the world’s first social news agency. Immediately prior to The Times, he worked at Reportedly, the social journalism arm of First Look Media.