Columbia Journalism Review's Delacorte Magazine Fellowships offer three reporters one year to pitch, report and write stories about journalism news and trends for cjr.org and its bi-annual print editions. In addition, the Fellows participate in the Delacorte Lecture, a series held in the spring semester that examine aspects of magazine journalism by a leader in the field of magazine publishing, and work on an ambitious research project with the goal of deepening the public’s understanding of some key aspect of the magazine industry.
Kyle Pope, Editor & Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review
Kyle Pope is Editor and Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review. Before joining CJR, he held top posts at The Wall Street Journal, where he spent a decade as an editor and foreign correspondent, at Condé Nast, and at The New York Observer. His work has been published in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The New Republic and elsewhere. In the summer of 2017, Pope was asked to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on threats to the press.