Nathan Byrne - Newsy

Nathan Byrne

Supervising Editor, Academic Partnerships

Nathan Byrne is Newsy’s supervising editor of academic partnerships. He serves as the liaison between Newsy and several academic bodies, including the Missouri School of Journalism, where he’s also an adjunct professor. He runs Newsy Academy, a summer program for visiting students. He often represents Newsy as a guest lecturer, panelist and presenter. Nathan has more than 20 years’ experience in journalism and mass communication including local television, corporate marketing/public relations and digital startups. He is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.

  Recent Work
President Donald Trump speaks at a news conference in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House, Monday, Aug. 10
Andrew Harnik / APPolitics

President Trump Wants To Push The G-7 Summit Until After The Election

A downed tree limb blocks a roadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020.
Tom Berman / APU.S.

Derecho Devastates Parts Of The Midwest

In a 2017 file photo, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook is interviewed at the New York Stock Exchange.
Richard Drew / APBusiness

McDonald's Sues Former CEO Over Relationships With Employees

Thousands of bikers rode through the streets for the opening day of the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally Friday, Aug. 7.
Stephen Groves / APSci/Health

Sioux Checkpoints Aim To Block Bikers From Crossing Tribal Lands

An official turns away two voters at a voting center lacking ballots in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020.
Danica Coto / APWorld

Puerto Rico Suspends Primary Elections Over Lack Of Ballots

A protester holds an old Belarusian national flag as he stands in front of police line.
Sergei Grits / APWorld

Belarusian Police Conduct Brutal Crackdown On Protesters

President Donald Trump speaks to the media as he walks to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
Susan Walsh / APPolitics

NYT: Deutsche Bank Subpoenaed For President Trump's Records

In this 2017 file photo, Boeing employees stand near the new Boeing 787-10 at the company's facility in North Charleston, SC.
Mic Smith / FR2 AP / APBusiness

FAA Proposes $1.25M Fine For Boeing

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters as he walks to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House.
Alex Brandon / APPolitics

President Trump Suggests Giving Nomination Speech At The White House

Vehicles in line at a COVID-19 testing site
Lynne Sladky / APSci/Health

With Testing Down And Deaths Up, Fauci Calls Response 'Disparate'

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar peaks at the Health and Human Services headquarters in Washington.
Jacquelyn Martin / APWorld

U.S. Sending Highest-Ranking Official In Over 40 Years To Taiwan

Google Home smart speaker
 Tech

Google Accidentally Rolls Out Extra Listening Feature On Speakers

A customer holds of a British Petroleum, BP, petrol pump in west London, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020.
Alastair Grant / APSci/Health

BP Shifting Strategy Toward Clean Energy Production

President Donald Trump poses for a photo during a signing ceremony for H.R. 1957 – "The Great American Outdoors Act."
Alex Brandon / APPolitics

President Trump Signs $3B-A-Year 'Great American Outdoors Act'

Aftermath of a massive explosion is seen in in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020.
Hassan Ammar / APWorld

Explosions Rock Downtown Beirut

President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with U.S. tech workers.
Alex Brandon / APPolitics

NY Prosecutor Wants President's Tax Returns In Complex Investigation

In this 1998 file photo, John Hume looks at his Nobel Peace Prize.
BJOERN SIGURDSOEN / NTB POOL / APWorld

Northern Ireland Peace Architect John Hume Dies At 83

Norwegian cruise ship MS Roald Amundsen moored in Tromso, Norway, Monday Aug. 3, 2020.
Terje Pedersen / NTB Scanpix / APSci/Health

Cruise Ship Outbreak Causes Concern Along Norway's Coast

Afghan security personnel take position on the top of a building where insurgents were hiding, in the city of Jalalabad.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

ISIS Attack On Afghan Prison Kills At Least 21 People

A security guard wearing a face mask stands near a basketball arena at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Wednesday, July 29.
Ashley Landis / APSci/Health

NBA Restarts Season While Other Leagues Ponder COVID-19 Plans

A woman pulls groceries from a cart to her vehicle outside of a Walmart store in Pearl, Miss. on March 31, 2020.
Julio Cortez / APSci/Health

Walmart Will Require Customers To Wear Masks At All Locations

Man in mask passes storefront
Gregory Bull / APSci/Health

State Leaders Are Rethinking Reopening; Some Consider Mask Mandates

Closing bell at the NYSE
CNNSci/Health

Stock Market Drop Dampers Hopes Of Quick Recovery

Don Shula in 2019
Brynn Anderson / APSports

Winningest Coach In NFL History, Don Shula, Dies At 90

Man visited by his daughter-in-law at a Utah senior living facility during the coronavirus pandemic
Rick Bowmer / APSci/Health

Pandemic Complicates Some Medicare 'Plan B' Applications

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
Evan Vucci / APSci/Health

President Trump Using Executive Order, DPA To Keep Meat Plants Open

Tight end Rob Gronkowski addressing the media at a press conference
Steven Senne / APSports

Rob Gronkowski Ends Retirement To Play With Tom Brady Again

Health worker in protective gear tests patient
AP/Mary AltafferSci/Health

The U.S. Has More Coronavirus Cases Than Any Other Country

Rocket-rigged truck launcher after attack on Camp Taji
APU.S.

U.S. Launches Airstrikes In Iraq

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman
Getty ImagesPolitics

Key Impeachment Witness Escorted Out Of The White House