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New York, NY
Staff Editor for Social Media — New York Times
As seen in:  New York Times, GlobalPost
Covers:  India, Social Media, Myanmar, Gender, World News, Reproductive Health, Maternal Health

Staff editor for social media @NYTimes. Past: reporter in Mumbai; editor at @GlobalPost, @HuffingtonPost & @TheMyanmarTimes.

Hanna Ingber's Biography

Hanna is a staff editor on the social media desk of The New York Times.

Before joining The Times, Hanna worked as GlobalPost's editor of breaking news and social media and the Huffington Post's founding World editor.

She spent two years living in India, where she worked as GlobalPost’s Mumbai correspondent, freelanced for a variety of publications including The Independent of London and PRI’s “The World ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I worked as the lifestyle editor of the Myanmar Times immediately after college.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

A few times in middle school. I know typewriters are now "cool," but I am happy to live without.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

A journalist is a voice for the voiceless. A journalist holds people w/ power accountable. A journalist engages with and covers a community.

Ayodhya | Bombay Riots | India | Mumbai Slums | GlobalPost

globalpost.com — Editor's update: India's Allahabad High Court ruled on Thursday that the disputed holy site including the now-demolished Babri Mosque will be divided between Hindu and Muslim communities. The court also confirmed the mosque was the birthplace of Lord Rama and gave the locale of the mosque itself to the Hindus.

Scottish Referendum Could Hinge on the Undecided

nytimes.com — Public opinion polls show Scotland's independence referendum is too close to call ahead of the Sept. 18 vote, which could come down to those still undecided - at least 6 percent of potential voters have not made up their mind.

Cut the Clutter in Your Social Media Accounts

nytimes.com — Being active on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook is kind of like having a basement in the suburbs. Accounts on Twitter and Facebook can quickly become so cluttered that you might as well shut the door and say goodbye - you're never finding anything you need again.

Twitter Q. and A. on Olympic Preparations

For a Select Few, the Transformative Power of Facebook - for Better or Worse

bits.blogs.nytimes.com — Kimihiro Hoshino/Agence France-Presse - Getty Images On Tuesday, Facebook turns 10. Over the last decade, it has grown from a website coded in a dorm room to a Silicon Valley giant. It has been at the center of privacy and security backlashes and controversies - some short and others lasting - over new policies and one redesign after another.

Twitter Q. and A. on Syria Peace Talks

nytimes.com — As diplomats and politicians gathered in Switzerland for a highly anticipated peace conference on Syria, Anne Barnard, The Times's Beirut bureau chief, answered readers' questions via Twitter on the continuing conflict and the expectations for the talks. She discussed the exclusion of Iran from the conference, opportunities to improve the delivery of humanitarian aid and prospects for the future.

Speeches by Nelson Mandela

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From a Twitter How-To, Another Lesson

bits.blogs.nytimes.com — It was in the wee hours of Thursday when Bill Costello, known as @BC on Twitter, realized that something unusual was happening. His phone kept vibrating, notifying him of activity on his Twitter account. "I happened to look at it once, and it said something like 40 new interactions," he said.

Twitter Illiterate? Mastering the @BC’s

nytimes.com — Using Twitter sounds so simple. Type out no more than 140 characters - the maximum allowed in a single tweet - and hit send. That's all, right? Not quite. Twitter's interface may look simple, but it is not, and its complexity has turned off many people who tried the service.

Afghans Share Their Views on the West’s Influence

nytimes.com — The United States and its allies have worked for a decade to instill democratic and legal reforms in Afghanistan, with a particular focus on women's rights. We asked Afghans through this Facebook note to share their views on the West's influence in their country. We received responses via e-mail and Facebook.
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Oct 31, 2014

RT @berehulak: privileged to share the stories of these courageous and dedicated #Ebola workers & survivors. nyti.ms/1wQ0nQ6 http://…

Oct 30, 2014

When it comes to gay rights in Asia, Taiwan is a world apart, writes @andrewjacobsnyt nyti.ms/1tMLMUd

Oct 27, 2014

Nurse in center of quarantine controversy has shared her pix of inside her tent nyti.ms/1tyrTAc

Oct 27, 2014

Nurse held in NJ will be allowed to finish quarantine from home nyti.ms/1zzFRoI

Oct 27, 2014

4,000 Iraqi Christians from Mosul have fled to Jordan, finally deciding the violence was too much nyti.ms/1rI25Mh

Oct 27, 2014

NJ's quarantine of returning medical workers is virtually unprecedented in US modern history nyti.ms/1oN1Nsb



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