Alan Neuhauser is an award-winning multimedia reporter covering energy, the environment, STEM and hospitals for U.S. News & World Report.
Previously, he was a reporter for the New York City news website DNAinfo New York, where he covered Red Hook and Sunset Park in South Brooklyn and, subsequently, Midtown Manhattan.
Alan has covered a wide range of stories, from fractious political fights over the futures of Madison Square Garden and East Midtown, to preparation for and recovery from Hurricane Sandy, rifts and mismanagement within the Occupy Sandy Movement, and the crimes, fires, weird arts events, and other daily happenings that make up life and news in New York City.
Before joining DNAinfo, Alan worked as a senior local editor for Patch Media, a national network of more than 900 hyper-local online news dailies owned by AOL Huffington Post. He published the Scotch Plains-Fanwood and Westfield, N.J., Patch sites, two of the most profitable and heavily-trafficked sites in the Patch network.
His work there earned him three awards and an honorable mention from the Garden State Journalists Association in spring 2012: two first-place prizes in the spot news and series categories, a second-place for investigative work, and an honorable mention for personality profile.
A movie, hockey and ski enthusiast, Alan worked the 2011-12 ski season with Deer Valley Resort Ski Patrol, and reported and blogged from the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. He also spent time in broadcast booths profiling legendary hockey announcer Mike “Doc” Emrick.
Contact Alan by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @alneuhauser.