Emil Steiner
Department: Media & Communication
Annenberg Hall, Room 1B

Biography

Emil Steiner grew up in Philadelphia, Prague and London. Prior to entering the academy, he worked as an editor and reporter at The Washington Post and was a member of the newsroom awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting. He has also served as an on-air contributor to the BBC, CNN, MSNBC and NPR. His first novel, Drunk Driving, was published in 2005. Steiner is currently researching how and why audiences binge-watch and serves as president of the Media and Communication Graduate Student Association.

Degree

Field

School

BA

Political Science, Psychology

University of Pennsylvania

MA

Journalism

Temple University

Number

Name

Level

JOU 1101

Elements of Writing

Undergraduate

JOU 1198

Writing for Journalism

Undergraduate

BA 2196

Business Communication

Undergraduate

JOU 1112

Audio/Visual Newsgathering

Undergraduate

Type

Title

Co-Authors

Publisher

Location

Year

Misc.

Book

Drunk Driving

Publish America

Baltimore, MD

2005

Article

NFL’s Endless Autumn

The Washington Post

Washington, DC

2012

Article

The Democracy Show

Mlada Fronta

Prague, CZ

2013

Chapter

Binge-Watching in Practice: The Rituals, Motives, and Feelings of Netflix Streaming Video Viewers

McFarland

Jefferson, NC

2016

In M. Wiatrowski & C. Barker (Eds.), A Netflix reader: Critical essays on streaming media, digital delivery, and instant access. (Under agreement)

Name

Type of Service

Position

Dates Active

Media & Communication Graduate Student Association

Temple University

President

2014–2016

Title

Type of Award

Date

Pulitzer Prize

Breaking News Reporting (shared)

2008