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Content Hive is the portfolio site of an award-winning professor, journalist, podcaster and audio documentarian.

Ellen Berkovitch today is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. She spent 35 years working as a professional journalist in jobs that ranged from investigative newspaper reporter, magazine editor in chief and public radio station news director. Since joining Pratt in 2019, Ellen won a grant to produce a four-part podcast on neuroscience and art. In October of 2023, she was a presenter at the first Oral Storytelling Symposium that Pratt hosted in association with the Columbia (University) Center for Oral History Research. Prior to joining Pratt, she spent one year completing a documentary for Northern California Public Media/NPR One on a tiny Diné village, Red Water Pond Road community, afflicted by more than 40 years of uranium pollution after suffering the largest-ever uranium spill in US history in 1979. Beginning in 2009, she conceived and launched the first daily online arts magazine for the Rocky Mountain West at Adobeairstream.com. Because of Adobeairstream’s wonderful customization by Geet Jacobs, now of Meow Wolf, the site currently is not working properly as an archive. Ellen will be working on that! She also is in the process of developing concepts for a new local journalism initiative in the neighborhoods around Pratt Institute. Personally, she is deeply involved with Mutual Aid for NYC’s Migrant community through Clinton Hill-Fort Greene Mutual Aid. She lives between New York City’s East Village and an 1860s house in the Hudson valley.