Author: Niall McKay

NIALL MCKAY is a San Francisco-based freelance writer and broadcast journalist. Currently, he is an associate at the Center for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco where he has been working on the Latino prison gangs project. Recently, Niall shot and edited a documentary about racism in Ireland and a documentary about Samoa’s fafafine (men who are raised as women). He has written for San Francisco magazine, The Economist, The Financial Times, Wired, Salon, and The New York Times. His broadcast credits include RTE and National Public Radio’s KQED FM in San Francisco. Niall is the director of Filum: The San Francisco Irish Film Festival. More information at www.niall.org


Articles Written by Niall McKay:

Room for INPUT

The International Public Television (INPUT) conference was hosted this year by Independent Television Service (ITVS). Held in a different country (and hosted by a different public media outlet) each year, INPUT serves public television executives and independent producers from around the planet through screenings and discussions about some of the most innovative and controversial programming… Read more »