Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Engelberg to Become M.E. for Steiger's ProPublica

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Engelberg to Become M.E. for Steiger's ProPublica

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Stephen Engelberg, a top editor of The Oregonian in Portland, has been named managing editor of ProPublica, the new non-profit news operation led by former Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Paul Steiger.

"Mr. Engelberg brings to ProPublica 28 years of newspaper experience, including eight years as an investigative reporter and eleven years as an editor and leader of investigative projects," ProPublica stated in a release Thursday. "His work as a reporter and editor has focused on a very broad range of investigative topics, from sub-prime mortgages to terrorism to the pharmaceutical industry."

The appointment is effective Jan. 1, 2008.

Steiger said in a statement: "Steve Engelberg brings great strengths--terrific and varied experience, unquestioned integrity, a passion for meaningful journalism in the public interest-- to ProPublica. I'm delighted to have him as a partner in this endeavor, and I look forward to working with him to recruit the best possible group of reporters, editors and researchers."

As a reporter, Engelberg won two George Polk Awards and was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize, the release stated. …

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