MuckRock’s Michael MorisyPosted: January 27, 2015
Michael Morisy is the co-founder of investigative news startup MuckRock. He is also a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford, spending most of his time in the Bay Area with frequent trips back east (MuckRock is still based in Boston).
Previously, Morisy was the founding editor of BetaBoston for the Boston Globe, working with a team of journalists, designers, developers, and more to create the Greater Boston area’s preeminent tech and startup news site. Before that, he was a technology reporter and editorial director at various TechTarget websites, including running the question-and-answer site and blog network ITKnowledgeExchange.
Morisy played a part in two Pulitzer Prize-winning series: The 2007 Editorial Winner “9/11: The Forgotten Victims,” for the New York Daily News, which he wrote and reported; and the Boston Globe’s 2014 Breaking News coverage of the Boston Bombings.
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