Scott Nover is a reporter for Quartz covering emerging tech and the internet.
Scott previously covered social media for Adweek and has written for The Atlantic, The Washington Post Magazine, Vox, Fortune, Slate, and other outlets. He has been interviewed on ABC News, NewsNation, Cheddar, the BBC World Service, and SiriusXM.
For his writing in The Atlantic—including features about the state of the Sunday morning talk shows, Brooklyn as a local news desert, Jim Acosta's fight for his White House press pass, and the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi—Scott was named a finalist for the Bart Richards Award for Media Criticism in 2019.
Before transitioning to full-time reporting, Scott worked as an assistant producer for The Atlantic’s on-stage interview series AtlanticLIVE.
Scott founded and served as the first editor-in-chief of MediaFile, a student-run media criticism website. Years later, MediaFile is the premier destination for university students to report on and critique the media.
Scott holds a bachelor's degree in political communication and a master's degree in media and strategic communication from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. At GW, Scott was the recipient of the Dorothy & Will Roberts Prize, the Richard A. Eaton Service Prize, the Gridiron Foundation Scholarship.
Scott hails from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, a proud alumnus of Cherry Hill High School East.