Noah Smith works as a journalist and TV producer.
His writing, photos, and videos appear in the Washington Post, NBC News, and Direct Relief News.
He has been a guest on MSNBC to discuss the 2020 presidential election and how the pandemic has impacted esports/ video games, BBC Radio & CGTN (CCTV) to discuss Middle East policy, as well as CTV (Canada), WGN, ESPN Radio, BBC Radio 5, KOMO (ABC) Radio & Checkpoint XP, a nationally-syndicated radio program, to discuss esports and video games.
Previously, his reporting has been pubished by The New York Times, The Guardian (UK), Fortune Magazine, CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Haaretz (Israel), LA Times, Getty Images, The Observer New Review (UK), International New York Times, The Oakland Press, Pew Research Center, Harvard's Nieman Lab, The Marker (Israel), Chicago Tribune, Stars and Stripes, Boston Globe, NY Daily News, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Austin American-Statesman, The New Zealand Herald, Seattle Times, El Nuevo Herald, Estadão, San Antonio Express-News, Las Vegas Sun, Houston Chronicle, Finans (Denmark), MSN, Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), South China Morning Post, The Diplomatic Club Magazine, and Parade Magazine, amongst others.
From 2012-2013, Noah worked in Israel as a foreign correspondent for multiple Digital First Media newspapers in the U.S. He is a member of the International Federation of Journalists as well as SAG-AFTRA. Noah completed the RISC (Reporters Instructed In Saving Colleagues) course in 2015.
Several of his articles have been cited in law journals (University of Illinois, Fordham University), academic journals (SAGE Publishing), business consulting reports (Deloitte), the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, and other news media internationally. His photos have appeared in books published by Egmont/ HarperCollins, and ABDO.
Noah studied at Oxford University (St. Catz) and the University of Michigan, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in anthropology.
He is currently in deveopment on 2 docuseries related to law enforcement and video game streamers.