About Steve Gray
GRAY, STEVEN covers the Midwest and American society, politics and business for TIME. His coverage has included the 2008 presidential race, the economic crisis, child homelessness, the fall of Rod Blagojevich, Hurricane Gustav, the Midwestern floods, the R. Kelly trial, and the debate over fingerprinting American school children. Previously, he was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. The Journal nominated his coverage of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath for the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. His coverage of the 2008 residential race was a finalist for the Peter Lisagor Award for Best Original Online Political Reporting, and is a finalist for an NABJ Salute to Excellence New Media Award. He was born in New Orleans, graduated from Howard University, and studied international relations as a graduate student at the University of Kent's Brussels School of International Studies.
- Occupation: Reporter
- Organization: TIME
- Location: Chicago, IL USA
- Website: http://stevengray.com/
- Was accepted for Jun 14-19 2009 Multimedia Training.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by Steve Gray:
- Assignment Detroit to Chronicle the Fall and Rise of an All-American City 
Time Magazine has pledged to follow Detroit closely for the next year. The findings will be reported in The Detroit Blog. Steven Gray (June 2009) will blog and cover stories for the initiative. He introduces the project in his post Letter to Detroit. The New York Times covered the project in Investment in a City of Struggles.
Content on this site written by Steve Gray (includes contributory writing):
- The Missing Link Bicycle Co-Op
- The missing link is a bicycle co-op run by the employees themselves. There is no boss, and each employee has equal share in the business' success. The rent, sale, and ...