Steve Beatty

United States

Steve Beatty is a New Orleans-based contributing editor at WikiTribune, editing staff reporters and contributors, as well as committing journalism occasionally with original reporting from the middle of the United States. For eight years prior, he was the publisher and CEO of The Lens, a nonprofit investigative newsroom focused on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Before that, he worked at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution as an investigative editor, and held a variety of editing positions at The Times-Picayune newspaper in New Orleans. He serves on the boards of the Institute for Nonprofit News and the Local Independent Online News Publishers.

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  1. With victory over IS achieved, some Iraqi militias look to politics category change, removing "current affairs"
  2. With victory over IS achieved, some Iraqi militias look to politics cutline spelling of "adviser" cx
  3. With victory over IS achieved, some Iraqi militias look to politics "green" to "blue" in map cutline
  4. With victory over IS achieved, some Iraqi militias look to politics final review, publishing
  5. With IS driven from Iraq what will happen the militias that defeated them?
  6. Bitcoin boomed in 2017, where will it go next? adding "read more" toward bottom
  7. FCC repeals U.S. net-neutrality rules
  8. FCC repeals U.S. net-neutrality rules adding lovett quote
  9. FCC repeals U.S. net-neutrality rules
  10. FCC repeals U.S. net-neutrality rules
  11. U.S. votes to keep/repeal net neutrality rules publishing after vote
  12. Brexit progress faces scrutiny in Brussels and Westminster edit, publish
  13. Brexit progress faces scrutiny in Brussels and Westminster
  14. Alabama elects Doug Jones over Roy Moore for Senate
  15. Alabama Elects Doug Jones over Roy Moore for Senate
  16. Alabama Elects Doug Jones for Senate publishing
  17. Ruling party emboldened by Venezuela’s municipal-election results, experts warn edit and publish.
  18. In Alabama, abortion stance may affect election more than sexual-assault scandal bolding first graf
  19. In Alabama, abortion stance may affect election more than sexual-assault scandal squaring two edited versions
  20. In Alabama, abortion stance may affect election more than sexual-assault scandal
  21. In Alabama, abortion stance may affect election more than sexual-assault scandal

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