Paula Bernstein is an editor at Indiewire, where she covers the intersection of technology and entertainment.
Previously, she was a contributor to Fast Company’s Co. Create, Babble.com and Variety. She has also worked as a social media consultant for Child’s Play Communications, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Nickelodeon.
A former television reporter for Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, Bernstein has written reviews, reported features, personal essays and interviews about a variety of subjects, including film, television, advertising, books, technology, food, parenting and travel.
Her writing has appeared in Adweek, Fast Company, Babble, Parents Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Observer, Adweek, New York Magazine, TV Guide, The Village Voice, Redbook, Time Out New York, Interview, Filmmaker, and other digital and print publications.
Bernstein is the co-author (with Elyse Schein) of “Identical Strangers: A Memoir of Twins Separated and Reunited” (Random House, 2007). She has appeared on various radio and TV programs, including ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” NBC News’ “Today,” and NPR’s “All Things Considered.”
A graduate of Wellesley College, Bernstein received her Masters in Cinema Studies from New York University. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.