Editorial Director, NYT Audio
The New York Times
Shreeya is an award-winning journalist with 10 years of experience at the intersection of journalism, innovation, audience and product. She is currently the Editorial Director of NYT Audio, a new app for journalism and storytelling.
Shreeya Sinha is the Editorial Director of the new New York Times Audio app, a destination for audio storytelling and journalism. She oversees an innovative new editorial team and partners with Product, Business and beyond.
In a decade at The Times, Shreeya has been an editor on several desks: International, Investigations, Obituaries and National, where she led audience efforts and led coverage around opioid addiction. She has also produced the Pulitzer-winning series on Russia’s power and Trump’s taxes; and led the digital experience of obituaries of several notable figures including Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro.
Prior to The Times, Shreeya worked at The Asia Society and MediaStorm, where her work on violence against women in India won an Alfred I. duPont Award and was nominated for an Emmy. She has also been an adjunct professor at CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism.
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There is a new generation at The Times; she is part of that, a set of ideas and new practices that makes our work reach readers in volumes and formats none of us imagined even a few years ago. The place with time will become theirs, and be the richer for it.”
Chris Chivers, New York Times Pulitzer-winning Reporter