Articles Posted by Josh Wolf

Josh Wolf is a freelance reporter and documentary filmmaker who is best known for his fight for the reporter's privilege that landed him in a federal prison for more than six months. A visionary writer and producer, he was recognized in 2006 as Journalist of the Year by the Northern California chapter of The Society of Professional Journalists “for upholding the principles of a free and independent press." A 2011 graduate from the UC Berkeley School of Journalism, his thesis film Police Tape was awarded the Reva and David Logan Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting. Wolf is the Editor-at-large for Journalism that Matters, a non-profit journalism organization.

  • Fighting for the Soul of San Francisco

    The editorial leadership of the San Francisco Bay Guardian sat down with their readers Wednesday at a community forum to discuss how they should move forward following the departure of longtime editor Tim Redmond.