Brian M. Rosenthal

Brian M. Rosenthal

@brianmrosenthal

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@NYTimes metro investigative reporter. Human. Hoosier. Wildcat. Alum of @SeattleTimes/@HoustonChron. On board of directors of @IRE_NICAR.

New York, NY
Joined on February 27, 2009
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Join us at 5 p.m. Central on June 2 via Zoom for a conversation with #Medill Dean Charles Whitaker and alumnus @brianmrosenthal (BSJ11) to discuss his #PulitzerPrize winning investigation on the New York City taxi industry. Register here: https://t.co/LS0qP16X8i.

The coronavirus has ravaged all of New York City, but it has wreaked the most havoc on the the city's poorest borough -- the Bronx. That is not a coincidence. Important story by @kimidefreytas, @WinnHu and @Lindzcook: https://t.co/E4vPR54HhY

I am so proud to be @ElizaShapiro's friend. Read her dispatch from the plasma donation center: https://t.co/SAmzERQbD6

Why local journalism matters, now more than ever. 
@nytimes was able to put together this deeply moving portrait of the lives lost in the outbreak only because of the crucial reporting on deaths by these local news organizations.
https://t.co/nBbZEFgrcZ https://t.co/e5EDIxxJsq
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Why local journalism matters, now more than ever. @nytimes was able to put together this deeply moving portrait of the lives lost in the outbreak only because of the crucial reporting on deaths by these local news organizations. https://t.co/nBbZEFgrcZ https://t.co/e5EDIxxJsq

The most sobering part of this historic, tragic New York Times front page: “Continued on Page 12” https://t.co/AUU6FkrbJV

Quoted @thedailynu

Two of the New York Times’s three Pulitzer Prizes this year were brought home by Medill alumni. NU Declassified spoke with @evanchill and @brianmrosenthal about receiving the highest honor in journalism. https://t.co/bYQcZCK5Zd https://t.co/uU031eLrzX

In which I reveal my dream job in college (not the NYT) and the first person I called after I heard that I won the Pulitzer (not my parents) https://t.co/AA61o9aM49

Anybody who follows me knows I fight with the @MTA's public records office. They take years to respond to even small requests & they invent nonsensical rationales for denying requests / pushing me to the PR office (which never comments)

But this week, we may have reached a truce https://t.co/unzyg46DIm

Anybody who follows me knows I fight with the @MTA's public records office. They take years to respond to even small requests & they invent nonsensical rationales for denying requests / pushing me to the PR office (which never comments) But this week, we may have reached a truce https://t.co/unzyg46DIm

Quoted @thedailynu

Former Daily editor in chief @brianmrosenthal won a #PulitzerPrize in Investigative Reporting Monday for a two-part investigation into predatory loans in New York City’s taxi industry for the @nytimes https://t.co/UjQWn9I7s6

I learned how to be a journalist at @TheDailyNU, so it's truly an honor to be a subject of a story in it now. SUPPORT COLLEGE NEWSPAPERS https://t.co/EE3c4UyNSw

Quoted @nicole_hong

Sending so many virtual hugs and claps for @brianmrosenthal, whose commitment to journalism is legendary. He's the guy who arrives at Sunday brunch from the newsroom and then goes back after. https://t.co/HuD1qLq7My

15 years ago, my small Indiana high school's debate team competed against Nicole's small Indiana high school debate team Now we are both Northwestern alums, NYT reporters & Pulitzer winners I could not possibly ask for a better friend than @Nicole_Hong https://t.co/RppFNCU03e

Yesterday, I got a chance to speak to 2,500 inspiring colleagues about something truly important: the power of local investigative journalism, and why it is needed now more than ever (I also got to thank approximately a billion people) Here's what I said https://t.co/aSsXqaeZGx

Quoted @NYTimesPR

In honor of @UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day, @nytimes is encouraging everyone to support a local news outlet. https://t.co/DjxbOUfBGF https://t.co/aw2DCB13et

This is SUCH an important campaign. As we fight a pandemic and an economic crisis, we need local journalism more than ever. Click this and find an outlet to support, for just a few dollars a week: https://t.co/VPrXQPNIGh

I know time doesn't mean anything anymore, but some moments still deserve to be noted: As of today, I have been a New York Times reporter for three years 👨🏻‍💻

The family of Dr. #LornaBreen has set up a fund in her honor through @CvilleAreaCF to provide mental health support to health care providers. https://t.co/z60b6pLH90

Dr. Lorna M. Breen, a leader in one of NY's largest hospitals, has died by suicide. "Make sure she’s praised as a hero, because she was," her father said. "She’s a casualty just as much as anyone else who has died." https://t.co/QrDMDPbvgX (by @AliWatkins + our @NYTMetro team)

New York City has two health care systems. I spent some time at a public Brooklyn hospital held together by plastic tarps, duct tape and GoFundMe, where overworked docs and nurses are treating the sickest people at the heart of the pandemic. https://t.co/spiONcRnnp

We spent a day with an FDNY ambulance crew last week. 7 and a half hours of slow, mundane calls. Then, suddenly, a crashing Covid patient. Even as the city inches out of its peak, the lulls never seem to last. With @erinschaff: https://t.co/l72lv22Gu2

Few writers can capture the mood of New York City like @MWilsonNYT. He proves it again with this must-read on how weeks of isolation have turned our us-against-it unity into a grim slog: https://t.co/ZS0v7D4i8o

On the last day of February, when there were no confirmed coronavirus cases in New York and officials were urging residents to continue life as normal, about 10,000 New Yorkers were already infected, a new model estimates; https://t.co/9RQmlQXljk (by @BenCareyNYT and @JamesGlanz)

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