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Marc Fisher is a senior editor at The Washington Post, where he has worked for thirty years in various capacities including enterprise editor, local columnist, and Berlin bureau chief. He is the author of two books: Something in the Air, a history of radio, and After the Wall, a memoir about the collapse of the Berlin Wall and Germany’s reunification. Fisher was the author of many Pulitzer Prize-winning stories for The Washington Post, including the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2016 and the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2014.
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Marc Fisher is a senior editor at the Washington Post, where he has worked for thirty years as an enterprise editor, local columnist, and Berlin bureau chief, among other roles. He is the author of “Trump Revealed,” as well as “Something in the Air,” a history of radio that examines how old media respond to new technology, and “After the Wall,” a firsthand account of the collapse of the Berlin Wall and Germany’s reunification. Fisher was the author of many articles for the Washington Post that won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2016 and the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2014. Visit Marc Fisher’s website at www.marcfisher.com.
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Marc Fisher is a senior editor at The Washington Post, where he covers national, international, and local topics as well as reporting on them. His reporting has brought him from the Arab Spring uprisings to the presidential campaign trail in recent years. In 2016, he co-authored “Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Vanity, Wealth, and Influence” (Scribner), a New York Times best-selling biography of Donald Trump.
In the last four years, he has received two Pulitzer Prizes for reporting: the Public Service award in 2014 for reports on government monitoring of Americans as part of The Washington Post’s coverage of the Edward Snowden case, and the National Reporting award in 2016 for articles on police shootings.
After several years as The Post’s Enterprise Editor, where he supervised a team of reporters focused on long-term stories and projects, he returned to reporting. He was The Post’s local columnist for ten years, writing a thrice-weekly column as well as a blog, “Raw Fisher,” which appeared regularly on washingtonpost.com; a weekly online chat, “Potomac Confidential;” and a talk show and podcast, “Raw Fisher Live.”
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Marc, a Senior Editor at The Washington Post, covers a wide variety of subjects through his reporting and writing. He wrote Trump Revealed, a biography of Donald Trump, most recently. He was previously the Post’s Enterprise Editor, where he supervised a team of writers who developed narrative journalism and experimented with new ways of storytelling for the newspaper’s digital and print editions. More details on Marc.
Fisher previously wrote a local column for The Washington Post as well as a blog named “Raw Fisher.” He previously served as the paper’s Special Reports Editor, reported about politics and culture for the Style department, worked as the Post’s Foreign staff’s Central Europe bureau chief, and covered D.C. schools and politics for the Metro section, where he was also an Assistant City Editor.
“Something in the Air: Radio, Music, and the Movement That Transformed a Generation,” his history of radio since the advent of television (Random House, 2007), explores radio’s role in the nation’s mainstream culture from 1950 to the present, concentrating on how old media adapt as new technologies burst into the marketplace. He was a Visiting Scholar at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs when writing the book. He was also the Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University, where he taught a course on Real Life Journalism.