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On Thursday, Poynter published a story about how family policies at news organizations in the U.S. affect the decisions journalists make about their home life and career paths. Afterward, readers took to Twitter to express their own experiences and opinions on the findings.
Daniel Funke is the 2017 Google News Lab Fellow at The Poynter Institute. A recent graduate of the University of Georgia, he previously worked for the Los Angeles Times, USA TODAY College and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as both a digital producer and reporter. He also served as editor-in-chief of The Red & Black, UGA's independent student news organization. Interested in the intersection of journalism and technology, his past research and reporting has focused on everything from local crime and national human rights issues, to the media and craft beer industries. He believes you can't have one without the other. You can follow Daniel on Twitter at @dpfunke.