The New York Times

Malachy Browne is a senior story producer at The New York Times, where he specializes in a pioneering form of visual investigation that combines eyewitness media, open source reporting and community engagement. A former computer programmer, Browne began his career in journalism in 2006 as a reporter for the Irish current affairs magazine, Village, where he ran digital features for the magazine’s website, Village.ie. From 2011, Browne was news editor of Storyful, the first social media news agency. Immediately prior to the Times, he worked at Reported.ly, the social journalism arm of First Look Media.