Video editor and producer covering pop culture Education: American University, BA in broadcast journalism
Nicki DeMarco is the pop culture video producer and editor. She started working at The Washington Post in 2012 as a breaking news video editor, and has since covered two presidential elections, analyzed TV and movie trends and investigated sexual harassment in Hollywood.
Honors & Awards:
First place, Best Multimedia Package from the White House News Photographers Association, 2015
Second place, Best Food Multimedia Presentation from the Association of Food Journalists, 2014
Pop culture video editor Nicki DeMarco uncovers the many methods of approaching birth control on television. It took a long time to get to the “sponge-worthy” moment on Seinfeld. Before the late ’80s and early ’90s, TV writers really avoided the issue of birth control, or found bizarre ways around it. Contraception is confusing. We’re asking the important questions for you. “When Used Correctly” is a show about birth control from The Lily, a publication of The Washington Post. You can find new episodes every Thursday.