Mac Fisher is a famous journalist whose column appears regularly thrice a week in the Washington Post. Mac Fisher writes, and reports about the various national as well as the personal issues.
Mac Fisher's blog "Raw Fisher" appears every day on the washingtonpost.com. Mac Fischer has an online chat program called the "Potomac Confidential," which comes once a week on the website. Fisher is an everyday commentator for the Washington post radio and even writes a column regularly on radio as well as music, "The Listener," this appears in the post's Sunday Arts section.
Mac Fisher's history of radio ever since the beginning of television, "Something in the air: Rock, Radio and even The Revolution that shaped a generation," was published in 2007 by Random House. This book shows the importance of radio in the nation's popular culture right from 1950 to the present times, showing how the old media adapts itself whenever any new technology bursts out into the market. When Mac Fisher was writing this book he was a visiting scholar at the University's school of media and of public affairs. Mac Fisher was also the Ferris Professor in 2004 He was the professor of journalism at the Princeton University, teaching courses on journalism of the daily life.
Mac Fisher is the author of "After the Wall: Germany, the Germans and the Burdens of History," which was published in 1995 by Simon and Schuster. This book is a reporter's views about Germany after the reunification which focuses on the new and the lingering walls within the society of Germany from Fisher's four year as the Berlin and Bonn bureau chief of the post, which began with the dramatic events of autumn in 1989,
Before the launching of Fisher's column he was the special reports editor of the paper. He was the person responsible for the editing and generating features, the profiles and various other long forms of stories for page one. He even wrote a column in the Post's Sunday Magazine. Since 1987, Ron Fisher had worked at The Post. Fisher covered the system of the D.C. School and the other aspects of the city news
. He was a staff of the Post Sunday Magazine and even directed the coverage of the city life as the Assistant city Editor before he could join the foreign desk in early 1989.
Mac Fisher was a staff writer at the famous Miami Herald from 1981- 1986. He used to work for the local and also the national news
and even the Sunday magazine sections of the paper.
Fisher won a lot of awards for his work in journalism. This included the Associated Press award for the best column writer, award for the best interpretation of foreign news
which was an Overseas Press Club award, a society of Professional Journalist award for the best magazine writing and several other national awards for a Miami Herald series on racial, discrimination, ethnic discrimination and also religious discrimination in the south Florida Social Clubs. .
Fisher currently lives in Washington with his wife and two children.