Natalie Daher

Hello! I’m a journalist based in New York with a background in audience development and reporting at broadcast, video and print media companies. I author a newsletter “Clipped” about the history of women’s media, and my work focuses primarily on culture, technology, history, urbanism, and business. I also mentor with the awesome organization Girls Write Now. If you’re interested in learning more, read my interview with Deez Links.

I currently work as an editorial producer at NowThis News. Previously, I worked as growth editor at Vocativ and news associate on partnerships at I started my career as a features & news reporter at the Minneapolis Star Tribune after internships at, and Pittsburgh Magazine. I grew up in the Philadelphia area (team Wawa), and I like to run, do yoga, try to cook, book last-minute trips — and reeead.

I’m open to coffee, collaborating, tips or assignments at

SKills/OPEN To…


  • Newsletters

  • Social media management & platform strategy

  • Audience insights & analytics 

  • Content partnerships 

  • Branded content (corporate+media clients) 

  • Reporting, writing, editing 

  • Reviews & criticism

  • Edit, fact-check, and write daily video scripts for three teams of a dozen video producers on subjects including news, women’s interest, weed, future, entertainment, sports, money, and food

  • Support management of external partnerships & projects with orgs including Time’s Up

  • Pitch and produce daily and long-term video stories, including pre-interview, conceptualization, research, and in-studio shoots or remote interviews with guests

  • Occasionally host or edit video

VIDEO: Scripting, production, hosting, Studio shoots


‘90s bitchification

I pitched and collaborated on a script for a piece reconsidering ‘90s media, politics and culture hosted by ‘90s Bitch author Allison Yarrow.

Behind Hulu’s ‘The act’

I pitched a shoot with Michelle Dean on the story behind the Gypsy Rose Blanchard case she reported in a viral piece for Buzz Feed News. Dean co-created and executive produced Hulu’s ‘The Act.’

Women in STEM on Wikipedia

For NowThis Future’s series ‘Understand This,’ I hosted, wrote, and produced a video about the lack of women in STEM on Wikipedia — and the global movement to revive their histories. I also hosted and wrote the series’ 3rd most-viewed episode on e-cigs.

How Astrology Caught Fire On The Internet

The Job Of A Woman Weed Trimmer

Behind Jane, An Underground Abortion Network