About

Robert Browman

Robert Browman is an Emmy Award-winning multimedia producer, editor and journalist.

He is currently the Digital Editor of the Albuquerque Journal.

Prior to his role at the Albuquerque Journal, Browman was a freelance journalist
based in Miami, Fla., where he pursued stories for online, print and broadcast outlets.

Browman served as Senior Producer at the New York-based multimedia production company MediaStorm from 2005 to 2008, working as the original team member with founder Brian Storm to produce stories and build all aspects of the highly-acclaimed and award-winning online publication and production company from the ground up.

He spent the two years prior to MediaStorm at the picture agency Corbis in New York City, where he held the roles of Senior Editor for News, News Assignment Representative and Multimedia Producer. During his time at Corbis, he, among other things, worked to build a team of world-class multimedia journalists to fulfill assignments from industry-leading publications worldwide. He also coached journalists who were embracing new tools in the art and methods of multimedia storytelling.

Before moving to New York, Browman spent three-and-a-half years in Seattle working at MSNBC.com as a Multimedia Producer, first working on the fast-paced, 24-hour daily news desk, and then working with the special projects team on long-form, award-winning multimedia projects.

Browman began his career at the Albuquerque Journal, where he worked for nearly three years, first as a photographer, and then an Online Producer.

During the course of his career as a multimedia journalist, he has won an Emmy Award, and has been nominated for another, and his work has been awarded three times by the Webby Awards, which the New York Times hails as the “Oscars of the Internet”.

His work has been awarded five times by the prestigious International Academy of Visual Arts W3 Awards, and has received eight awards from the Pictures of the Year International competition, eight awards from the NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism competition, and two from the Horizon Interactive Awards.

Browman has worked in an educational capacity as an Executive Producer for the multimedia team at the Eddie Adams Workshop and as a speaker at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.

Browman received a degree in journalism in 1996 from the University of Florida.

Awards

Emmy Award – Documentary/Nonfiction for Broadband for MediaStorm’s Kingsley’s Crossing – 2007
Emmy Award Nomination – Documentary/Nonfiction for Broadband for MediaStorm’s Bloodline: Aids and Family – 2007
Webby Award – News and Politics: Individual Episode for MediaStorm’s Finding the Way Home – 2008
Webby Award – Charitable Organizations Nonprofit, for Open Society Institute’s Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster – 2008
Webby Award – Magazine category for MediaStorm site – 2007
Award of Excellence – Best Multimedia Project for MediaStorm’s Black Market – Pictures of the Year International – 2008
Award of Excellence – Best Use of Multimedia, Interactive Publication for MSNBC’s America at War – Pictures of the Year International – 2002
First Place – Best Use of Multimedia – Small Markets for the MediaStorm site – Pictures of the Year International – 2008
First Place – Best Multimedia Package, Independent Sites for MediaStorm’s Kinglsey’s Crossing – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2007
First Place – Best News Picture Story, Unaffiliated Sites, for MediaStorm’s Never Coming Home – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2006
First Place – Best use of the Web for MSNBC’s Aging in America – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2002
First Place – Best Event Package for sites over 500K view/month for MSNBC’s Attack on America – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2002
First Place – Best Story for MSNBC’s Aging in America – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2002
First Place – Best Feature Story for sites over 500K view/month for MSNBC’s Aging in America – Best of Photojournalism Awards – 2002
First Place – Best Use for an Interactive Publication, Small Media for the MediaStorm stie – Pictures of the Year International – 2007
Second Place – Best Multimedia Project for MediaStorm’s Marlboro Marine – Pictures of the Year International – 2008
Second Place – Best Use of Multimedia, Interactive Publication for MSNBC’s Aging in America – Pictures of the Year International – 2002
Third Place – Best Multimedia Package, Independent Sites for MediaStorm’s Bloodline: Aids and Family – Best of Photojournalism – 2007
Third Place – Best Multimedia Package, Unaffiliated Sites, for MediaStorm’s Friends for Life – Best of Photojournalism – 2006
Third Place – Interactive Publication, Small Media for MediaStorm site – Pictures of the Year International – 2006
Third Place – Best Use of Multimedia, Interactive Publication for MSNBC’s The Year In Pictures 2001 – Pictures of the Year International – 2001
Gold – Visual Appeal, for MediaStorm – International Academy of the Visual Arts W3 Awards – 2006
Gold – Self Promotion/Company Identity, for MediaStorm – Horizon Interactive Awards 2006
Silver – Broadband, for MediaStorm – International Academy of the Visual Arts W3 Awards – 2006
Silver – Magazine, for the MediaStorm – International Academy of the Visual Arts W3 Awards – 2006
Silver – Video & Motion Graphics, for MediaStorm site – International Academy of the Visual Arts W3 Awards – 2006
Silver – Homepage, for MediaStorm – International Academy of the Visual Arts W3 Awards – 2006
Silver – Magazine/News, for the MediaStorm – Horizon Interactive Awards – 2006

Credits

Among other publications, Browman’s work has appeared in: