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July 13, 2017
Former Finance Editor at Business Insider UK, Lianna Brinded, was named European News Editor at Quartz, starting July 26 in London.
At Climatewire, Evan Lehmann was promoted to Editor and Robin Bravender was promoted to Deputy Editor.
BuzzFeed hired Matt Berman as Deputy Politics Editor. Berman served as Senior Editor at POLITICO New York since 2015, and worked at the National Journal before that.
At Yahoo News, Jordan Schultz joined Yahoo Sports as a Sports Reporter, after serving as Sports Columnist at HuffPost.
At Vox Media, Rachel Levin was named Restaurant Critic for Eater SF.
At POLITICO, Emily Holden will join the Politico Pro Energy team at the beginning of August, after serving as White House Reporter at Climatewire. Wesley Morgan joined as Reporter for Politico Pro Defense.  Andrew Restuccia, who previously covered policy issues for Politico Pro Energy, will now serve as White House Reporter. Nancy Cook was named Senior White House Reporter. She previously covered healthcare issues for Politico Pro Health Care. Nolan McCaskill was promoted to White House Reporter. He previously served as Web Producer.
Priya Anand, currently a Transportation Reporter at Buzzfeed, was named Reporter at The Information, covering Amazon.
Eric Boehlert, a Senior Fellow at Media Matters, left his position.
Scott McLean joined CNN as a Correspondent in its Denver Bureau.
Wendy Sherman, the former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs in the Obama administration, joined NBC News and MSNBC as a Global Affairs Contributor. She currently serves as Senior Counselor at the Albright Stonebridge Group, a consulting firm. Phillip Mena, former correspondent for ABC News, joined NBC News and MSNBC where he will co-anchor "NBC News Early Today" with Frances Rivera and be a fill-in host on weekends for MSNBC.
Former Press Secretary to President George W. Bush Ari Fleischer joined the Fox News Channel as a Contributor.
At the FOX Business Network, Gary Schreier was promoted to Senior Vice President of Programming and Tom Bowman was promoted to Vice President of Programming.
At Estrella TV, the National News Anchor Pedro Ferriz Hijar was promoted to Vice President of National News.
Charles Payne, Host of “Making Money with Charles Payne,” at Fox Business Network was suspended.
Ryan Lucas, currently a Reporter at CQ, was named Justice Reporter at NPR, effective August 14. 


The New York Times named Terrance Hayes as the new Poetry Editor for New York Times Magazine. Samin Nosrat joined The New York Times Magazine as its new Eat Columnist.
David Von Drehle joined The Washington Post as an Opinion Columnist. Von Drehle returns to the paper after having served as Editor-at-Large at Time magazine. The Washington Post re-launched The Lily, its online magazine geared towards millennial women. Amy King took on the role of Editor in Chief and Creative Director, Neema Roshania Patel was named Deputy Editor, Rachel Orr and Amy Cavenaile joined as Art Directors, and Ashley Nguyen became Story Editor and Producer for The Lily.
Effective July 31, Kelly Mirt will join The Wichita Eagle as Publisher and Vice President of Advertising. Mirt replaces Roy Heatherly, who retired in May. 
At The Wall Street Journal, current Deputy Editor in Chief, Matt Murray, was promoted to Executive Editor.
News Services
At the Associated Press, Transportation and Energy Editor Paul Harloff was promoted to Global Markets Editor.
ProPublica hired Nicholas Varchaver as a Senior Editor and Peter Elkind as a Senior Reporter. Both come from Fortune magazine, where Varchaver served as Investigations Editor and Elkind was Editor-at-Large.
Nate Erickson was named Senior Lifestyle Editor for Esquire.com.
Veronique Hyland rejoined Elle magazine as Fashion Features Director. She previously served as Fashion News Editor for New York magazine’s The Cut. 
Former Editor-in-Chief of Cooking Light, Hunter Lewis, takes on the role as Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine. Lewis replaces Nilou Motamed. 
John Solomon, former Chief Operating Officer of Sinclair Television Group’s Circa website, joined The Hill as Executive Vice President for Digital Video.
The Weekly Standard hired Barton Swaim as Opinion Editor and Adam Keiper as Books and Arts editor.
Michael Kosta joined The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as a Correspondent.
Jill Mullikin-Bates was named Co-Executive Producer of NBCUniversal’s daytime entertainment show Harry, hosted by Harry Connick Jr.
July 6, 2017
Polly Curtis was named Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost UK.
Bret Stephens, a New York Times opinion writer, was named Contributor at MSNBC.


Lauren Gustus, former Executive Editor at the Fort Collins Coloradoan, was named Vice President and Executive Editor at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
At the Fort Collins Coloradoan, Content Strategist Eric Larsen was promoted to News Director.
Taffy Brodesser-Akner will join the New York Times as a full-time Staff Writer, effective this fall. She will also write for the Culture pages.
The Wall Street Journal announced that eight of its blogs will no longer run, including Speakeasy and Law Blog.
News Services
At Bloomberg News, Sarah Kopit was named Managing Editor, Breaking News for the Americas.  Sonali Pathirana was promoted to Managing Editor, Breaking News for the EMEA and Kyung Bok Cho was named Managing Editor, Breaking News for Asia. All three Managing Editors report to Executive Editor Stephen Foxwell.
At The Associated Press, Stephanie Harloff was promoted to Global Markets Editor.
Matt Leising of Bloomberg moved from the New York to the Los Angeles bureau. He still covers markets.
Claudia Parsons left her position as International Editor of Newsweek.
Hannah Hess stepped down from her position as a Reporter at E&E News.
Television Stations
Frank Volpicella left his position at WGCL-TV.
Andrea Isom, previously at WJBK-TV, was named Investigative Reporter at WXYZ-TV/WMYD-TV.
June 29, 2017
Sam Stein, currently Senior Politics Editor at HuffPost, was named Politics Editor at the Daily Beast.
Mark Scott, previously European Technology Correspondent for the New York Times, was named Chief Technology Correspondent at POLITICO.
Jason Koebler was named Editor-in-Chief of Motherboard at Vice, succeeding Derek Mead.
Three journalists resigned from CNN following the retraction of a major story: Thomas Frank, the reporter covering the story, Eric Lichtblau, editor of the story, and Lex Haris, Executive Editor of “CNN Investigates.” The network also signed the following contributors: Robby Mook, previously manager of the Clinton campaign, John Weaver, formerly Chief Strategist for John Kasich, Ken Cuccinelli, former Virginia Attorney General, Shawn Turner, who served as Assistant Press Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Director for Communication Planning during the Obama administration, and Asha Rangappa, Associate Dean of Yale Law School and former FBI agent.
Jason Chaffetz was named Contributor at Fox News Network, effective July 1. Noah Kotch was named Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of Foxnews.com. Joanne Po was named Head of Digital Content Development and Executive Producer. She was previously Executive Producer of Live Video at the Wall Street Journal.
MSNBC launched “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” hosted by Hugh Hewitt on Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Cornell Belcher, formerly a Senior Political Advisor for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, was named Contributor. Maya Harris, formerly a Senior Policy Advisor for the Clinton campaign, was named Political Analyst.
Carol Lee, previously a Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was named National Political Reporter at NBC.
NPR relaunched the NPR Cities program with a piece by Saul Gonzalez at KCRW.
Tamara Sepper stepped down from her position as Producer of Charlie Rose at PBS.


Mark Somerson left his position as Assistant Metro Editor of the Columbus Dispatch.
Alex Horton was named Reporter at the Washington Post. Dave Jorgenson, previously at the Independent Journal Review, was named Writer and Producer on a new Scripted Team, which will produce “smart, thoughtful funny opinion videos off the day's news.”
News Services
Ken Armstrong, previously of The Marshall Project, was named Senior Reporter at ProPublica.
Ana Colon was named Digital Fashion Editor at Glamour online. She was previously at Refinery29.
Janet Bodnar will step down from her position as Editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance effective July 7. Mark Solheim will succeed her.
At Mother Jones, Ari Berman, previously at The Nation, was named Reporter; Jamilah King, previously a Senior Reporter at Mic, was named Reporter; Dan Friedman, formerly of the Daily News, was named Correspondent; and Julia B. Chan was named Audience Editor.
Stella Bugbee was named President and Editor-in-Chief of New York’s The Cut. She was previously Editorial Director since 2012.
Evan Bodnar was named Publisher of the Pittsburgh Business Times, effective July 17.
Mark Godich left his position as Senior Editor at Sports Illustrated.
Television Stations
KDEN-TV launched a new consumer investigative unit. Rosy Zugasti was named Reporter.
Lauren Jiggetts was named Anchor at WGN-TV.
Gabe Pressman, long-time reporter at WNBC-TV, died at the age of 93. He was still reporting.
Evan Lambert, previously a Reporter at WTVT-TV, was named Reporter at WTTG-TV. This will be his second stint with the station.
Daniel J. Schmidt, President and CEO of WTTW-TV’s parent company, will retire at the end of the year.
June 22, 2017
Sam Baker was named Deputy Health Care Editor at Axios.
Sam Stein, currently Senior Politics Editor at HuffPost, was named Reporter for the Daily Beast.
Alex Pfeiffer was promoted to White House Reporter at the Daily Caller.
Emma Carmichael, the Editor-in-Chief of Jezebel, will step down from her position in July 2017.
Casey Wooten, previously a Reporter at Bloomberg BNA, was named Tax Policy Correspondent at the National Journal.
Hanna Trudo was named Staff Writer at Hotline. She is currently a Senior Producer at POLITICO.
At Vox Media’s The Verge, Tamara Warren was named Transportation Editor, and Natt Garun was named Technology Editor.
Aisha Tyler will leave “The Talk,” a CBS News program, on August 4, at the end of its seventh season.
Kaitlan Collins, previous at the Daily Caller, was named White House Correspondent at CNN. Julia Carpenter, currently Embedded Social Media Editor at the Washington Post, was named Writer for CNN Money, covering the intersection of money and gender.
Jen Neal was named Executive Producer, Live Events at E! She will remain Executive Vice President of Marketing.
At ESPN, Connor Schell was named Executive Vice President, Content. John Kosner, Executive Vice President, Digital and Print Media, left the company.  Marie Donoghue, Executive Vice President, Global Business and Content Strategy, has also left her position, but will remain with ESPN through the end of the year in an advisory role.  
Michael LaRosa left his position as Producer for MSNBC's "Hardball" with Chris Matthews for a position on the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Carol Lee, currently a Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was named National Political Reporter at NBC News, effective July.
David Clark, President of The Weather Channel Network, will leave for at role at Comcast at the end of June.


At the Arizona Daily Star, Sarah Garrecht Gassen, previously Editorial Writer, was named Editorial Page Editor.
Joe Hotchkiss was named Business Editor at the Augusta Chronicle. He previously wrote editorials for the paper.
At the New York Times, Millie Tran was named Global Growth Editor. Eileen Sullivan was named Reporter in the Washington bureau, covering early-morning breaking news. Jose DelReal, previously National Correspondent at the Washington Post, was named National Correspondent based in Los Angeles. Kathleen Kingsbury, currently Managing Editor, Digital at the Boston Globe, was named Deputy Editorial Page Editor.
Larry Avila, previous Business Editor and Reporter at the Wisconsin State Journal, was named Business Editor at The Times of Northwest Indiana.
Mike Szvetitz, previously Sports Editor, was named Managing Editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Jay Solomon was fired from his position as Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent at the Wall Street Journal.
Tamer El-Ghobasy, currently Middle East Correspondent at the Wall Street Journal, was named Baghdad Bureau Chief at the Washington Post. He will join the New York newsroom on July 17, and move to Baghdad in August. Heather Long, currently a Reporter and Editor at CNN, was named Economics Correspondent, effective July 10. 
News Services
At ProPublica Illinois, Mick Dumke, Logan Jaffe, and Sandhya Kambhampati were named Reporters. The project is set to launch later this year.
At the Center for Public Integrity, Sarah Kleiner, from The Richmond Times-Dispatch, Ashley Balcerzak, from the Center for Responsive Politics, and Lateshia Beachum were named Reporters on the Federal Politics Team.
Tyler Patchen was named Healthcare and Technology Reporter at Birmingham Business Journal.
Scott Cendrowki, China Correspondent at Forbes, was laid off.
At The Hollywood Reporter, Peter Kiefer was named Real Estate and City Editor, and Jeremy Barr was named Media and Politics Writer.
Helen Zhao left her position as Reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Ryan Salchert was named Reporter at the San Antonio Business Journal, covering real estate and retail.
Joe Pompeo, currently Media Reporter and author of the Morning Media newsletter at POLITICO, was named Senior Media Correspondent at Vanity Fair’s Hive, effective July 17.
Television Stations
Ed Greene, Meteorologist at KCNC-TV, transitioned into a part-time role ahead of leaving in the station at the end of the year.
Pat McGonigle left his position as Anchor at KSDK-TV.
Carlos Yustis was named Weekday Sports Anchor at KTLM-TV.
Cristina Mendonsa and Dale Schornack left their positions at KXTV-TV.
June 15, 2017
Jeff Blatt, most recently a Senior Vice President at Time, Inc., was named Executive Vice President and General Manager of Everyday Health.
HuffPost laid off 39 journalists, including Cristian Farias, Jason Linkins, Stephanie Marcus, Ben Walsh, Christina Wilkie, and Pulitzer-winner David Wood.
Sam Thielman, most recently a Business and Technology Reporter at The Guardian, was named Investigative Reporter at Talking Points Memo.
Nigel Duara, previously National Correspondent at the Los Angeles Times, was named National Correspondent for VICE’s "Vice News Tonight."
Vocativ laid off all of its editorial staff.
Noah Kotch was named Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of Fox News Digital.
Katy Tur was named Contributor for “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” on NBC News


At the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nathan Owens was named Reporter, covering Tyson Foods. Dalton LaFerney was named Reporter covering transportation, based in the paper’s Northwest bureau. He starts on July 5.
At the Wall Street Journal, David Crawshaw was named World Editor for Asia. He was previously News Editor for Asia. Serena Ng, currently a Senior Reporter on the Financial Team, was named Finance Editor for Asia. She will move to Hong Kong later this summer. Deals Deputy Editor Marie Beaudette was named News Editor for News Operations and Change Leadership. Matt Jarzemsky, a Reporter, will leave his position in August. Cezary Podkul, currently a Reporter at ProPublica, was named Reporter on the Financial Enterprise team, effective July.
News Services
Julie Pace was named Washington Bureau Chief at the Associated Press.
Stewart Bell left his position at the National Post.
The Atlantic's newest contributor is "Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent John Dickerson.
Rhonda Pringle was named Publisher of the Baltimore Business Journal.
DNAinfo Chicago: Justin Breen, senior editor, leaves.
Fortune media writer Mathew Ingram was one of the 300 Time Inc. employees let go yesterday.
At Modern Healthcare,Mara Lee previously Business Reporter for Hartford Courant, joins as policy reporter, succeeding Shannon Muchmore, who left her position.
Sally Bugbee's, previously Editorial Director, was named President and Editor-in-Chief of New York's The Cut. Mark Bittman was named Contributor to Grub Street.
Betty Wong Ortiz was named Editor-in-Chief of Runner’s World.
Vera Titunik, currently Executive Editor of the New Yorker website, was named Features Editor at Wired. Jason Parham, previously a Senior Editor at Gawker, was named Senior Writer.
June 1, 2017
Mark Seibel was named National Security Editor at Buzzfeed. He previously served as Chief of Regional Correspondents at The McClatchy Washington Bureau. BuzzFeed also hired Tamerra Griffin as its first East Africa Correspondent based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Effective July 3, Money and Politics Reporter Teddy Schleifer is leaving CNN to join Recode as Senior Editor.
Technology Editor Michael Nuñez is leaving Gizmodo to join Mashable as Deputy Technology Editor on June 12.
Long-time Biotech Columnist for TheStreet.com Adam Feuerstein will joined STAT on June 19 as National Biotech Columnist.
Chris Kaskie, currently President of Pitchfork, will leave his position on July 21, 2017.
Ken Kurson resigned from his position as Editor-in-Chief of Observer.
At CNBC, Scott Zamost was named Senior Investigative Producer, reporting to Vice President of News Specials Scott Matthews. Zamost comes from CNN, where he held the same position at the CNN Investigates desk. 
Former BBC Washington Correspondent Ian Pannell joined ABC News as Senior Foreign Correspondent, based in London.
Betsey Korona was promoted to Senior Director of News at MSNBC. Former Bloomberg Politics Host and Managing Editor John Heilemann is now a National Affairs Analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.
Effective July 10, Pallavi Gogoi will join NPR as Chief Business Editor. She is currently Markets and Economy Editor for CNN Money Digital.
At CBS News, Scott Pelley abruptly departed “CBS Evening News” this week. He will remain as Correspondent with “60 Minutes.” Senior National Correspondent Anthony Mason will serve as Interim Anchor for “CBS Evening News.”


Sport columnist Terry Frei was dismissed from the Denver Post following a tweet in which he stated he felt “uncomfortable” that Japanese driver Takuma Sato won the Indy 500.
Shree Paradkar joined the Toronto Star as Columnist, covering race and gender issues.
Tom Rogan was named a Commentary Writer at the Washington Examiner.
Jahna Berry, former Director of News Products at MotherJones.com, joined Wired magazine as Head of Content Operations.  Maria Streshinsky was promoted from Features Editor to Executive Editor. Tom Simonite was named Senior Writer, covering artificial intelligence. Simonite comes from the MIT Technology Review, where he served as the San Francisco Bureau Chief.
Lauren Kern left her position as Executive Editor of New York Media for a position at Apple News.
May 25, 2017
At The Daily Beast,Ira Madison IIIwas named Entertainment Reporter. He was previously a Reporter at MTV News.
Effective June 14th, Heather Dietrick will join The Daily Beast as President and Publisher. Ms. Dietrick served as President and General Counsel for Gawker from 2014-2016.
Caitlin Schneider joined Gizmodo as Social Editor.
Carolyn Fiddler, currently National Communications Director at the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, will join the Daily Kos on June 5th as Political Editor and Senior Communications Adviser.
MSNBC launched “Velshi & Ruhle,” a new business show that airs Saturdays at 12:30 pm and is hosted by Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi. Aaron Volkman is the Executive Producer.
NBC News announced that Megyn Kelly will make her debut on Sunday, June 4th at 7 p.m. with her news magazine show, “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly.”
Tara Palmeri, POLITICO’s White House Correspondent, joined CNN as Political Analyst.


Los Angeles Times hired Geoff Berkshire as Film Editor. He was previously Associate Editor at Variety.
News Services
ProPublica announced its first Illinois hires: Jason Grotto and Jodi Cohen, previously at the Chicago Tribune, were named Reporters.
Jeffries Blackerby, previously Executive Editor of Travel + Leisure, was named Editor-in-Chief of Departures.
At Esquire, Robert P. Baird was named Features Director.
Jessica Valenti, feminist author and Columnist at the Guardian, has been named a Contributing Editor for Marie Claire's website.
David Rothkopf left his position as Chief Executive Officer and Editor of Foreign Policy.
Ian Buruma was named Editor of The New York Review of Books.
At Esquire.com, Michael Sebastian was named Site Editor, succeeding Steve Kandell who left.  Kate Storey was promoted to News Director and Megan Friedman was named Deputy News Editor. Ben Boskovich was named Managing Editor. 
Radio Stations
Amanda Carr was named Executive Editor at WICN-FM.
May 18, 2017
Helen Rosner, Executive Editor of Vox Media’s Eater vertical, was named Editor-at-Large. 
Later this month, P.J. Joshi is joining POLITICOPro as Agriculture and Trade Editor. He served as News Editor, DealBook at The New York Times.
RealClearPolitics hired Anneke E. Green as a Contributing Columnist.
Tara Murphy, Editor-in-Chief of TheStreet.com and The Deal, resigned this week.
The Independent Journal Review hired Tommy Christopher as a Contributor. Tommy Christopher previously served as Editor and White House Correspondent for Mediate.
At The Information, Wendy Pollack was named Briefing Editor and Serena Saitto joined as a Reporter covering Venture Capital.
Ruth Sherlock, former US Editor of the Daily Telegraph, joined NPR as a Beirut Correspondent. Diaa Hadid joined as Islamabad Correspondent and Jane Arraf is NPR’s new Cairo Correspondent.
Oxygen Media announced the launch of a new crime show “Mysteries and Scandals,” hosted by Soledad O’Brien. Nancy A. Grace joined Oxygen as Host and Executive Producer of another new crime show called “Retired.” The shows are scheduled to debut this summer.
ABC News named Victor Oquendo a Correspondent in the Miami bureau.
MSNBC’s new 4:00 p.m. program "Deadline: White House," hosted by Nicolle Wallace, debuted this week.
ESPN announced that beginning in late August Sage Steele will host SportsCenter: AM from 7-10 a.m. ET Monday-Thursday. Hannah Storm will no longer anchor the 10 a.m. SportsCenter program and will become a Host for SportsCenter’s Primetime Specials.
NBC News officially announced that Megyn Kelly will anchor 9 a.m. slot of "NBC News Today" and that she will launch her Sunday evening news program in June.
Jillian Mele was named Co-Anchor of “Fox & Friends First” at the FOX News Channel.


The Washington Post launched “The Health 202” vertical/newsletter with Paige Winfield Cunningham as Healthcare Newsletter Anchor. Ms. Cunningham was formerly Healthcare Correspondent for the Washington Examiner and Health Care Reporter for POLITICOPro.
The New York Times announced that Deputy Publisher Arthur Gregg “A.G.” Sulzberger will take oversight of the Times’ Opinion section, which was previously overseen by his father and Publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.
Alton Brown, former Publisher of The News & Advocate, was named Regional Vice President and Publisher of the Winston-Salem Journal. He replaced Kevin Kampman, who retired this week.
Louis Graham, Editor of The Commercial Appeal resigned this week. Current Opinion and Engagement Editor Mark Russell was named Interim Executive Editor.
At the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Matthew Sauer was promoted from Deputy Managing Editor for Enterprise and Business to Executive Editor. 
News Services
Thomson Reuters announced several new editorial leadership roles in Latin America. Dan Flynn was named Latin America Editor, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Frank Jack Daniel became Bureau Chief for Mexico and Central America and will be based in Mexico City.  Paulo Prada was named Latin America Enterprise Editor, based in Mexico City. All three will report to Dan Flynn. Brad Haynes will serve as Brazil Bureau Chief on an interim basis.
Geraldine Sealey joined The Marshall Plan as Features Editor.  
Anne Sachs, a Condé Nast digital executive who used to work for Glamour.com and Vogue.com, was named Executive Digital Director of W magazine.
Sara Leutzinger joined the Jacksonville Business Journal as Publisher.
Mary Kaye Schilling, former Town & Country and GQ Editor, joined Newsweek as Culture Editor.
At The FADER magazine, Duncan Cooper was promoted from Executive Editor to Editor-in-Chief.
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, Co-Hosts of ESPN’s radio program “Mike & Mike” are splitting up later this year. ESPN Radio announced that Mike Golic will join Trey Wingo as a Co-Host of a new morning drive show that will debut this fall. Mike Greenberg’s new show will launch in January 2018. 
Ziff Davis announced the appointment of Mike Finnerty as General Manager, Ziff Davis Tech and Commerce. 
Television Stations
At WPIX-TV, Betty Nguyen joined “PIX11 Morning News” as an Anchor, taking over for Sukanya Krishnan. 
May 11, 2017
Jim Rich, former Editor-in-Chief of The Daily News, will join HuffPost as Executive Editor effective May 15.
Ryan Grim, former Washington Bureau Chief at HuffPost, joined The Intercept as Washington Bureau Chief.
At NBC News, Steve Kornacki was named National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC. Cal Perry was named Global Editor, Digital Content. He was previously Senior Editor, Video and Digital Content at MSNBC.
George Will joined MSNBC as Political Contributor.
Susan Hennessey joined CNN as National Security and Legal Analyst.


The New York Times announced that Shane Goldmacher, current Chief White House Correspondent at POLITICO, will join the Times as Chief Political Correspondent effective July 2017.
Sarine Trangle will join amNewYork as Real Estate and Business Editor effective May 22.
Victoria Chan joined Brides magazine as Assistant Beauty Editor. She was previously Assistant Beauty Editor at the Ladies’ Home Journal.
Good Housekeeping hired Lindsey Murray as Trends and Reviews Editor.
May 4, 2017
Business Insider named Mike Shields Advertising Editor. Mike was previously Senior Editor at the Wall Street Journal’s Media and Marketing Desk. Troy Wolverton, former Reporter for the Mercury News, joined Business Insider as Senior Technology Editor, based in San Francisco. Senior Politics Reporter Pamela Engel was promoted to Politics Editor. Hayley Hudson, the Head of Editorial Partnerships, was promoted to Global Head of Editorial Partnerships.
Mark Robinson was named Features Editor and Nitasha Tiku joined as Senior Writer at Wired.  Editor-at-Large Jason Tanz was promoted to Site Director.
Bill Shine, Co-President of FOX News Channel and FOX Business Network, resigned this week. Jack Abernethy remains as Co-President of FOX News and CEO of Fox Television Stations. Suzanne Scott, Executive Vice President, was promoted to President of Programming at FOX News Channel. Jay Wallace, Executive Vice President of News, was named President, News at FOX News Channel. Brian Jones, Executive Vice President of FOX Business Network, became President of FOX Business Network. Maria Bartiromo was named a new Anchor for “Wall Street Week.” Fox News also announced a new show "The Fox News Specialists" to air at 5:00 p.m. weekdays. It is co-hosted by Eric Bolling, Katherine Timpf and Emobi K. Williams. Fox News signed Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov as a Political Contributor.
Terence “Terry” Samuel, former Senior Correspondent at The Washington Post, will join NPR as Deputy Managing Editor next month.


The Wall Street Journal announced the appointment of Eduardo Kaplan as Editor of the Business and Finance section, reporting to Bob Rose, the Print Editor.
News Services
Isaac Arnsdorf, previously and Investigative Reporter at POLITICO, was named Reporter at ProPublica.
Spencer Ackerman resigned from his position at the Guardian U.S. John Mulholland was named Interim Editor while Lee Glendinning is on family leave.
Bob Mankoff, the former Cartoon Editor at the New Yorker, joined Esquire as Cartoon and Humor Editor.
Jessica Rich joined Consumer Reports as Vice President, Consumer Policy and Mobilization. Ms. Rich served as Director of the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection during the Obama Administration.
At The New Republic, Mindi Kay Bricker, previously Executive Editor for Print at Foreign Policy, was named Digital Director. Christian Lorentzen and Rachel Syme were named Critics, covering film and television respectively. Lorentzen is also the Book Critic for New York magazine.
Ryan Seacrest was named Co-Host of “Live With Kelly” and the show was renamed “Live With Kelly and Ryan.”
Television Stations
David Plummer joined WCIU-TV as Executive Producer.
April 27, 2017
POLITICO announced that effective May 8, Patrick M. Steel will join POLITICO as its next CEO. Current Publisher and CEO Robert Allbritton will return to his role as Publisher and Executive Chairman. Patrick M. Steel comes from the investment firm FBR & Co. where he served as Senior Managing Director and Co-Head, Financial Sponsors.
Dana Avidan-Cohn, former Senior Market Editor at InStyle, joined POPSUGAR as Executive Style Director.
Stephanie Wu joined Mic as Food and Travel Editor after having served as Senior Editor for Travel & Leisure magazine.
The Huffington Post rebranded as HuffPost.
NBC News announced that Kate Snow is leaving her MSNBC show for an expanded role at NBC News. In addition to anchoring Sunday Nightly News, Snow will be reporting stories for NBC’s upcoming Sunday news magazine show, which will be hosted by Megyn Kelly. Snow will also report for NBC Nightly News, Today and Dateline.
At CNBC, Jeff McCracken was named Managing Editor of CNBC.com and Jeff Nash was named Managing Editor, Audience Development.
The CNN Investigates team hired Michael Weiss, former Senior Editor at The Daily Beast, as Investigative Reporter for International Affairs.
AP News Editor Hugh Dellios will join NPR next month as Deputy National Editor based in Los Angeles.
At CBS News, Nancy Cordes, previously Congressional Correspondent, was named Chief Congressional Correspondent.
David Firestone was named Managing Editor of NBC News Digital.
Robert Costa was named Host of “Washington Week,” the hour-long PBS political talk show, succeeding the late Gwen Ifill. He will continue in his position as National Political Reporter at the Washington Post. 


David J. Butler, Executive Editor and Senior Vice President, News and Audience Development at The Providence Journal, announced his retirement effective June 2017. Managing Editor Alan Rosenberg will succeed him as Executive Editor.
At the Omaha World-Herald, Paul Goodsell was promoted to Managing Editor and Thad Livingston was named Assistant Managing Editor.
Roy Heatherly, President and Publisher of The Wichita Eagle since 2015, announced his departure effective May 5. Tony Berg, McClatchy’s Regional Publisher for the Midwest Region, will now oversee the paper’s operations.
Benjy Hamm will join The Virginian-Pilot on May 8 as Editorial Page Editor.
Michael Falcone was named Executive Producer of Washington Post Live, effective May 1st. He is presently Deputy Political Director and Senior Political Reporter at ABC News.
At The New York Times, Rebecca R. Ruiz was named a Reporter covering the Justice Department. 
News Services
Bloomberg Businessweek Deputy Editor Otis Bilodeau will become Senior Executive Editor, Asia for Bloomberg News. He will move to the Hong Kong Bureau in June 2017. He succeeds David Merritt, who is returning to London as Senior Executive Editor. Bloomberg News named Aaron Kirchfeld in London as Executive Editor for Global Deals News.
Julia Preston, previously a Reporter at the New York Times, was named Contributing Writer at The Marshall Project.
At the Financial Times, Katrina Manson was named U.S. Foreign Policy and Defense Correspondent based in Washington, DC. Stephen Foley was promoted from U.S. Investment Correspondent to Deputy U.S. News Editor. He is based in the New York Bureau.
Laura Brounstein, Special Projects Director at Cosmopolitan, took over the role of Director of Editorial and Business Development, for both Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines.
At Bloomberg Businessweek, Technology Editor Jim Aley and Front-of-the-Book Editor Howard Chua-Eoan were promoted to Deputy Editors.
Jon Swansburg, previously Deputy Editor at Slate, was named Senior Editor at The Atlantic.
Television Stations
KNSD-TV/Telemundo 20 San Diego announced the anchors for its news programming expected to launch on June 3rd. Lizzet Lopez and Guadalupe Venegas will co-anchor Noticiero Telemundo 20 at 5 pm, 5:30 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm. They will be joined by Weather Anchor Ana Cristina Sanchez and Sports Anchor MJ Acosta. The station also hired reporters Leticia Estrada, Lisette Martinez, Anlleyn Venegas and Rigo Villalobos.
At KTAZ-TV, Miguel Gaytán was promoted from News Director to Vice President of News.
April 20, 2017
Peter Stern, currently a Media Reporter at POLITICO, will leave his position on April 21 to lead a new initiative at the Freedom of the Press Foundation.
Kaylee Hartung joined CNN as a Correspondent based in Atlanta.
Fox News Channel and Bill O’Reilly have agreed that Mr. O’Reilly will not return to the Fox News Channel. “The Factor” will air its final show this Friday with Greg Gutfeld as Host. Beginning Monday, April 24, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” will take over the 8 p.m. timeslot and “The Five” will move into the 9 p.m. timeslot. Effective May 1, Martha MacCallum will start a new show "The Story with Martha MacCallum" which will air in the 7 p.m. timeslot and Eric Bolling will get his own show in the 5 p.m. timeslot. 


Ellen Pollock, formerly Editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, was named Business Editor on The New York Times Business Day Desk.
Daniel Halper, Washington Bureau Chief at the New York Post, will leave his position effective April 21. He will be succeeded by Gabriella Morrongiello, currently White House Correspondent at the Washington Examiner.
At The Wall Street Journal, Jeanne Cummings and John Stoll were named Deputy Bureau Chiefs at the Washington Bureau. Jeanne Cummings was previously Political and White House Editor and John Stoll was the Detroit Bureau Chief.
Marilyn Thompson rejoined The Washington Post as the Sunday National Editor and Deputy Politics Enterprise Editor. Her most recent post was with Kaiser Health News where she served as Senior Enterprise Editor. Amber Ferguson, former Associate Politics Video Editor for the Huffington Post, joined The Washington Post as Morning Mix Video Editor.
Bret Stephens, former Deputy Editorial Page Editor and Foreign Affairs Columnist for The Wall Street Journal, joined The New York Times as a Global View Columnist.
The Courier-Journal in Kentucky appointed Jim Wright as Investigations Editor. He was formerly Deputy Editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
At the Los Angeles Times, Jackie Calmes joined as White House Editor. She was previously a New York Times National Political Correspondent.
The Boston Globe announced a major restructuring of its newsroom which will result in the creation of new desks and redefined beats. An Express Desk will cover “in-the-moment important, quirky and just plain fascinating stories” and will be overseen by Jason Tuohey, the Deputy Managing Editor, along with Cynthia Needham, Hayley Kaufman, and Mike Bello. Jason Tuohey will also oversee the Audience Engagement Team. A Super Department will combine the Metro, Business, and the Living side of Living/Arts Desks to allow for greater collaboration. This department will be led by former Business Editor Larry Edelman. The newly-formed Print Desk will be led by Mark S. Morrow and David Dahl. Former Spotlight Editor Scott Allen will now be in charge of an enhanced Projects Team and will oversee all long form stories. Senior Deputy Managing Editor Jen Peter will ensure that things run smoothly in the newsroom. Finally, Janice Pager was named Innovations Editor. 
News Services
Boris Epshteyn joined the Sinclair Television Group as Chief Political Analyst. He was Communications Director for Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee, served as Senior Advisor to Trump’s Transition Team and was briefly Assistant Communications Director for Surrogate Operations in the Trump White House.
Chris Kenning joined Thomson Reuters as Midwest News Correspondent based in Chicago.
Tom McGeveran, previously Co-Editor of POLITICO States, was named Contributor at the Village Voice, covering media.
At Time magazine, Washington Correspondent Alex Altman was promoted to Deputy Washington Bureau Chief. Continuous News Editor Julie Shapiro was promoted to Senior Editor of Time.com. Mandy Oaklander was named Time magazine’s new Deputy Health Editor.
Carina Hsieh was promoted from Assistant Editor, Snapchat Discover to Sex and Relationships Editor at Cosmopolitan.com.
Jon Roth was named Style Editor at Esquire.com.
Anna Russell, former Arts and Culture Reporter for The Wall Street Journal, joined The New Yorker as Talk of the Town Contributor.
Angela Burt-Murray joined Glamour as Deputy Editor.
At Men’s Fitness, Barret Wertz was named Style and Grooming Director.
Michael Brendan Dougherty, Senior Correspondent for The Week, will be joining National Review as Senior Writer.  
Television Stations
At WPIX-TV, Dave Shenfeld was named Executive Producer for PIX11 Morning News.   
April 13, 2017
Business Insider launched a weekly live-streamed show “The Bottom Line with Henry Blodget.” Henry Blodget, Business Insider’s Chief Executive Officer, Global Editor in Chief and Host of the program will cover business news of the week.
At the Independent Journal Review, Maegan Vazquez was promoted to White House Reporter.
Steve LeVine, former Washington Reporter for Quartz, joined Axios as Reporter covering artificial intelligence and robotics.
Julia Bottles has left her position as Features Editor at DNAinfo.
AT NBC News, Hallie Jackson was promoted to Chief White House Correspondent.
Eric Lichtblau, Justice Department Correspondent for The New York Times, is joining CNN as Assistant Managing Editor for CNN Investigates. Oliver Darcy, former Political Editor at Business Insider, was named Senior Media Writer. Robert Yoon, Research Director for CNN Politics, retired this week.
Telemundo named Sandra Thomas Mexico and Central America News Director, based in the Mexico City Bureau.
Leah Ginsberg was named Senior Editor at CNBC Make it, effective April 19, and Emmie Martin was named Writer.  John Shinal was named Technology Reporter at CNBC.
Dan Fierman will leave his position as Vice President and Editorial Director at MTV effective April 21, 2017.


David Plazas was promoted to Deputy Director of Opinion and Engagement for the USA Today Network – Tennessee, to oversee the collaboration and audience development for The Tennessean and The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, The News Sentinel in Knoxville, The Leaf-Chronicle in Clarksville, The Jackson Sun and The Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro.  He remains Opinion Engagement Editor for The Tennessean.
Sara Sorcher, former Deputy Editor for Cybersecurity and Technology at The Christian Science Monitor, joined USA Today as White House Editor.
At the Ventura County Star, Darrin Peschka was promoted to News Director, replacing Editor John Moore, who retired April 7.
Robert Messenger re-joined The Weekly Standard as Executive Editor, after having served as Books Editor at The Wall Street Journal. Rachael Larimore, former Senior Editor at Slate, was named Managing Editor of The Weekly Standard Online. Tony Mecia was named Senior Writer. He is a former Deputy Business Editor of The Charlotte Observer.
At Allure, Hayley MacMillen was named Digital Wellness Editor of Allure Online.
Allison Davis returned to New York as Senior Writer. She was previously Culture Critic and Feature Writer at The Ringer. 
April 6, 2017
The Independent Journal Review named Jon Nicosia, currently Managing Editor at Mediate, Managing Editor, Content. The change is effective April 17, 2017.
Sal Rizzo, previously Statehouse Reporter at The Star-Ledger, was named Editor of PolitickerNJ at Observer. Lawrence Lewitinn was named Deputy Editor, overseeing business and technology coverage.
Charlie Kammerer, formerly of Time Inc., was named Chief Revenue Officer of Slate.
At CBS News, Political Director John Dickerson was named Chief Washington Correspondent in addition to his role as Host of Face the Nation. Steve Chaggaris, CBS News Senior Political Editor, was promoted to Political Director.
CNN hired April Ryan as a Political Analyst. Ms. Ryan is White House Correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks.
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was named an NFL Analyst at CBS, replacing Phil Simms.
Paul Cheung, previously Director of Interactive and Digital News Production at AP, was named Director of Visual Journalism at NBC


At The New York Times, Business Editor Dean E. Murphy was promoted to Associate Editor, a masthead position. He will be in charge of enterprise journalism covering the Trump administration and report to Matthew Purdy, the Deputy Managing Editor overseeing investigative reporting. The Times also promoted Hanya Yanagihara to Editor of T: The New York Times Style magazine.  Stuart Emmrich stepped down from his position as Editor of the New York Times Style section.
Eric Rich previously Universal Desk Editor, was named Editor of the new Rapid Responce Investigative Team at the Washington Post
News Services
Gregory Raifman joined Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. as President, Nexstar Digital.
David Scott, previously a Political Editor, was named Deputy Managing Editor for Operations at the Associated Press.
Maclean’s Magazine named Adrian Lee Opinions Editor and Arts and Science Editor.
Perrie Samotin joined Glamour.com as Deputy Editor.
At Playboy, James Rickman was named Executive Editor, and Chris Deacon was named Creative Director.
At GQ, Marian Bull was named Digital Food and Travel Editor of a new vertical called "Travel & Eats." 
Bloomberg LP announced that its Bloomberg Government service will merge with its Bloomberg BNA operation to form a new unit set to launch on July 1st
Television Stations
Freddy Oldenburg is leaving his position as Vice President of News at KSTS-TV to join KXTX-TV as Vice President of News on April 24th.
Alfredo Sánchez was named News Director at KDEN-TV effective May 1. He currently serves as Assistant News Director at KXTX-TV.
Dave Shenfeld joined WPIX-TV as Executive Producer for PIX11 Morning News.
Steve Watt was named Vice President and General Manager of KSHB-TV.
At NY1, “New York Times Close Up” was cancelled. Many prominent personalities, including Shelley Goldberg, were let go. 
March 30, 2017
Host Tomi Lahren has been suspended indefinitely from The Blaze.
Lee Stranahan resigned from his position as Lead Investigative Reporter at Breitbart News Network.
Colin Chocola left his position as Video Producer at the Independent Journal Review
Joshua R. “Josh” Earnest, former Press Secretary in the Obama Administration, joined MSNBC as a Political Analyst.
Mollie Hemingway, Senior Editor at The Federalist, joined the FOX News Channel and the FOX Business Network as a Contributor.
Effective May 1, Tracee Carrasco will join the FOX Business Network as a General Assignment Reporter.
Andrew Fitzgerald was named Chief Digital Content Officer at Hearst Television.


Craig Karmin was promoted to Markets Editor at The Wall Street Journal.
At The New York Times, Nicholas Confessore, who served as National Political Correspondent, is taking on a new role as Writer-at-Large for the Investigations Desk as well as The New York Times Magazine. He will focus on topics covering “wealth, power and influence in Trump’s Washington and beyond.”
Alan Henry, most recently Editor-in-Chief of Lifehacker, was named Senior Digital Strategist at The New York Times.
Gabriel Escobar was named Editor of the Philadelphia Media Network, which includes the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News.
Jessica Goodman, former Digital News Editor for Entertainment Weekly, joined Cosmopolitan as a Senior Editor.
Seventeen hired Alison Caporimo as Digital Deputy Editor.
New York magazine Fashion Director Amy Larocca was named Fashion Editor at Large of New York Magazine and The Cut. Rebecca Ramsey succeeded Larocca as Fashion Director.
Effective this summer, The Atlantic’s National Correspondent James Fallows will move to the United Kingdom to open the magazine’s London Bureau. This is part of the magazine’s major international expansion. He will be joined in London by Sophie Gilbert, a Staff Writer. Also at The Atlantic, Rosie Gray was promoted to White House Correspondent.
Kyle Smith, film critic at the New York Post for 12 years, was named Critic-at-Large for National Review, effective April 10.
Shirley Halperin, currently Deputy Editor at Billboard and Music Editor at The Hollywood Reporter was named Executive Editor for music and live entertainment coverage at Variety.
Francesco Guerrera was named Head of Europe for the Dow Jones Media Group, effective April 18th. 
March 23, 2017
John Hudson, most recently of Foreign Policy, was named Foreign Affairs Correspondent at BuzzFeed, effective April 4.
Joe Perticone resigned from the Independent Journal Review. Kyle Becker, Becca Lower, and Benny Johnson have been suspended indefinitely.
Gillian Reagan left her position as Managing Editor of POLITICO States.
Derek Mead, previously Editor-in-Chief of Motherboard, was named Executive Editor for Vice Media's global editorial operations.
At Vox Media, Angela Bowers, formerly of VH1 and the Tribeca Shortlist, was named Director of Talent.
At POLITICO, Alexis Williams was promoted to Vice President, POLITICO Live. Emily Stephenson, currently a Thompson Reuters Reporter in Washington, DC, will join as News Editor in April.  
Donna Borak, previously a Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was named Senior Economics Writer at CNN Money. Brooke Browner, previously Senior Political Editor, was named Managing Editor of CNN Politics.
Beau Ferrari, previously an Executive Vice President at Univision, was named Executive Vice President of Telemundo.
Fox News Channel announced a new program launching in 2017 titled “The Next Revolution,” with Steve Hilton as Host.
At MSNBC, Rashida Jones, who has been in charge of daytime programming since 2015, was promoted to Senior Vice President, Specials for NBC News and MSNBC.
At CNN, Brooke Brower was named Managing Editor, Digital of CNN Politics.
Dr. Richard D. “Rick” Knabb, Director of the National Hurricane Center since June 2012, is leaving the agency to become an on-air Hurricane Expert at The Weather Channel.


At the New York Times, Ellen Gabler, previously an Investigative Reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, was named Investigative Reporter in the Investigations Unit. Michael LaForgia, previously Investigative Editor at the Tampa Bay Times, was also named Investigative Reporter, in the same unit. Brian Rosenthal, previously Investigations Editor at the Houston Chronicle, was named an Investigative Reporter on the Metro desk, covering City Hall and Albany.
Joanne Lipman was named Editor-in-Chief of USA Today.
At the Wall Street Journal, Andy Regal is temporarily stepping down from his role as Global Head of Video. He will be succeeded on an acting basis by Chris Moran, with Joanna Stern as his Deputy.
Alexandra Villoch, President and Publisher of The Miami Herald, was promoted to Regional Publisher for the East Region. In addition to The Miami Herald, she will oversee El Nuevo Herald and Bradenton Herald in Florida; the Macon Telegraph and Columbus Ledger-Enquirer in Georgia; the Sun Herald in Mississippi; the Lexington Herald Leader in Kentucky; and the Centre Daily Times in State College, PA. Sara Glines, President and Publisher of The News & Observer in Raleigh, NC, will oversee the Carolinas Region. She will now be in charge of The News & Observer, The Herald-Sun and The Charlotte Observer in North Carolina; and The Herald, The State, The Island Packet, The Beaufort Gazette and The Sun News in South Carolina. Tony Berg, President and Publisher of The Kansas City Star, will now also oversee The Wichita Eagle, Belleville News-Democrat and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Gary Wortel, the President and Publisher at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, will become President and Publisher of The Sacramento Bee and lead the new West Region, which includes The Fresno Bee, the Merced Sun-Star, The Modesto Bee and The (San Luis Obispo) Tribune, all in California; as well as the Idaho Statesman in Idaho; and The News Tribune, The Olympian, The Bellingham Herald and the Tri-City Herald in Washington. Wortel succeeds Cheryl Dell, who announced her retirement this week.
At the Wall Street Journal, Eli Stokols joins the White House Team as a Reporter in early April. He is currently a White House Reporter for POLITICO and a Host of its Nerdcast podcast. At the Hong Kong Bureau, Yun-Hee Kim was named Senior Editor for Live Journalism, Asia and Andrew Peaple became Deputy Markets and Finance Editor for Asia.
Tory Newmyer, currently writing for Fortune magazine in the Washington Bureau, is joining the Washington Post PowerPost Team in early April to cover financial services and economic policy. Richard Just, former Editor of at The New republic and the National Journal, was named Editor of The Washington Post Magazine.
At The Charlotte Observer, Editor and Vice President Rick Thames announced his retirement effective March 31. Thames will be succeeded by current Managing Editor Sherry Chisenhall.
Roger Simon, who recently retired from POLITICO as Chief Political Columnist, joined the Chicago Sun-Times as a Contributing Columnist.
News Services
At Bloomberg News, Stephen Gandel was named Equity Markets Columnist for Bloomberg Gadfly in New York. He served as Senior Editor at Fortune until last year. Kevin Orland, who served as Deputy Consumer News Team Leader in the Chicago Bureau, was named Bureau Chief and Energy Reporter in the Calgary Bureau.
Paul Muldoon will step down as New Yorker's poetry editor this fall. He will be succeeded by Kevin Young.
Travis Tritten, previously a Capitol Hill Reporter at Stars and Stripes, was named Defense and National Security Writer at the Washington Examiner, effective March 28, 2017. Kimberly Leonard was named Senior Reporter.
At Seventeen, Alison Caporimo was named Deputy Digital Editor.
Advertising Age named Brian Braiker as Editor.
At Harper’s Bazaar, Christopher Tennant was named Executive Editor.
Joe Bel Bruno, former News Editor at The Hollywood Reporter, joined Variety as Managing Editor.
American Media, Inc., a publisher of celebrity journalism and health and fitness magazines in the United States, announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Us Weekly from Wenner Media.  
Television Stations
Mike Rodriguez was named President and General Manager of WTSP-TV
March 16, 2017
At Recode, Rani Molla was named Data Editor. She previously served as Data Visualization Columnist for Bloomberg Gadfly. Tony Romm, former Senior Reporter for Politico Pro Technology, joined Recode as Senior Editor, Policy and Politics.
At Grist, Brady Piñero Walkinshaw was appointed Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Chip Giller, Grist’s Founder. Chip Giller will focus on developing a new platform focused on solutions to environmental challenges. Mr. Walkinshaw is a former Washington State legislator. Prior to entering politics he was a Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Self hired Amy Rushlow as Deputy Editor.
Axios announced a new Science vertical and named Alison Snyder editor.
POLITICO Tech Reporter Tony Romm and Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Rani Molla were named Senior Editor and Data Editor at Vox Media's Recode, respectively.
At CBS News, Benjamin S. “Ben” Tracy was named Foreign Correspondent, who will be based in Beijing. Tracy is currently a National Correspondent based in Los Angeles. In the Beijing Bureau, Tracy succeeds Adriana Diaz who will move from Beijing to Chicago to take on the role of Correspondent. 


Cindi Andrews joined The Cincinnati Enquirer as Business Editor.
Jillian Jorgensen, previously Features Manager at amNewYork, was named City Hall Bureau Chief at the Daily News.
News Services
At Thomson Reuters, Joanna Webster was named Managing Editor, Strategy and Operations, EMEA and Scott Malone was named Boston Bureau Chief. He remains to serve as Northeast Editor in Charge.
At Fortune, Clifton Leaf was promoted to Editor-in-Chief of Fortune, succeeding Alan Murray who was named President. Murray continues as Chief Content Officer of Time Inc. Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky was promoted to Executive Editor, reporting to Clifton Leaf.
Andy Shaw, former Political Reporter for WLS-TV, was named a Political Columnist for Crain’s Chicago Business.
Linda Johnson Rice rejoins Ebony magazine as Chief Executive Officer.
Jack Otter was named Interim Editor at Barron’s, succeeding Edwin Finn.
Rob Verger joined Popular Science as Assistant Tech Editor.
Television Stations
André Brooks joined WGCL-TV as Executive Producer, CBS46 Morning News.
At WPXI-TV, Suzanne Lake Nadell was named News Director. 
March 9, 2017
Ken Doctor joined TheStreet.com as Contributing Columnist covering the media.
At Quartz, Jason Karaian was promoted from Senior European Correspondent to Global Finance and Economics Editor.
Elena Bergeron was promoted from Executive Editor to Editor-in-Chief at SB Nation.
Henry Gomez, previously Chief Politics Reporter at The Plain Dealer, was named National Politics Reporter at Buzzfeed.
At ABC News, National Correspondent Kendis Gibson was named Co-Anchor of World News Now and America This Morning.
Ed Meagher, Senior Supervising Producer for CNN International, was promoted to Weekend Programming Manager for CNN, based in Atlanta. Sam Grobart, former Senior Writer for Bloomberg Businessweek, joined CNN as Executive Editor of CNNTech, based in New York. Izzy Povich, former Executive Producer for Morning Coverage at MSNBC, joined CNN as Vice President for Morning Programming, succeeding Jim Murphy. Jim Murphy was named Vice President of the CNN Documentary Unit. Jason Miller, former Trump campaign spokesman joined CNN as a Political Commentator. Former Los Angeles Times Editor Matt Lait joined CNN’s Investigation Unit as Managing Editor.
CNN’s Executive Producer for Special Events Jeff Kepnes re-joined MSNBC as Senior Executive Producer of Specials.


Amy Fiscus, former White House Editor for the Los Angeles Times, joined The New York Times as National Security Editor, based in Washington, DC. The New York Times Video Unit hired Mark Scheffler as Director for Core News. He will expand the short-form coverage to include more culture, science and tech stories.
Mark Sappenfield was named editor of the Christian Science Monitor.
Former New York Post and New York Daily News reporter Doug Feiden was named Investigative Reporter at Straus Media, which owns the hyper-local Manhattan newspapers Our Town, Our Town Downtown, and The West Side Spirit.
At the Washington Post, previously News Editor, was named Deputy Managing Editor. She has been with the paper since 1984. Paige Winfield Cunningham was named Anchor of an as-yet-unannounced health policy newsletter.
News Services
At the Associated Press, Ravi Nessman was promoted to South Regional News Director, based in Atlanta.
Bill Mondora was named Washington, DC Bureau Chief at Nexstar Broadcasting.
At Thomson Reuters, Lauren Silva Laughlin and Reynolds Holding joined as Columnists for Reuters Breakingviews. Reuters Breakingviews also hired Tom Buerkle as an Associate Editor.
Christoph Scheuermann is the new Washington Correspondent for Der Spiegel.
Bob Mankoff, the New Yorker Cartoon Editor, announced his retirement effective May 1. He will be succeeded by Emma Allen.
Ed Finn, Editor and President of Barron’s, announced his departure later this month. Jack Otter, editor of Barron’s Digital, will assume responsibility for all editorial functions as Interim Editor.
At Consumer Reports, Patrick Olsen was named Cars Content Development Team Leader. Olsen was formerly Deputy Editor, RedEye at the Chicago Tribune. Chris Kirkpatrick, the former Business Editor at the Detroit Free Press, was hired as Deputy Director of Content Development.
At Entrepreneur, Joe Keohane was named Executive Editor and Paul Scirecalabrisotto was named Creative Director.
Richard David Story, Editor-in-Chief of Departures,is leaving the magazine after 17 years.
Marin Cogan and Rembert Browne have left New York.
March 2, 2017
Former Gawker alumna Gabrielle Bluestone joined VICE News as News Editor.
Mark Silva was named Assistant Managing Editor of U.S. News & World Report's new Best States platform that will feature rankings, tools and analysis to measure how states best serve their citizens.
At Yahoo News, Colin Campbell, previously Deputy Politics Editor, was named Politics Editor. Jerry Adler, most recently Senior Editor at Newsweek, was named Senior Editor. Liz Goodwin, National Affairs Reporter, moved the Washington, DC bureau.
FOX News Channel signed David Bossie as a Political Contributor. David Bossie is President of Citizens United Super PAC and President Donald Trump’s former Deputy Campaign Manager.
Mary Ann Turcke, former President of Bell Media, was named President for Digital Media at the NFL Network.
Jonathan Wald joined MSNBC as Senior Vice President of Programming and Development. 
CNN signed former U.S. Rep Jack Kingston as Political Commentator. He is currently Principal at the law and lobbying firm, Squire Patton Boggs in Washington DC. Ana Cabrera, former Correspondent, was promoted to Weekend Anchor for the CNN Newsroom newscast.
Michelle Galván, former Anchor with KXLN-TV, joined the Univision Television Network as Co-Anchor of the Primer Impacto newscast.
At HLN, Bryan Bell, previously Senior Executive Producer at CNN Daybreak, was named Senior Director, Programming, effective March 6, 2017.
MSNBC announced a new program called “The Point,” hosted by Ari Melber. It airs on Sunday evenings. Jonathan Wald, previously Producer at CNN, was named Senior Vice President of Programming and Development.


At The New York Times, Alison Mitchell was named Assistant Editor, joining the Masthead team. Former Wall Street Journal Reporter Miriam Jordan joined the Los Angeles Bureau as National Immigration Correspondent.
At The Plain Dealer, George Rodrigue was promoted to President and Editor.
Effective March 13, Ryan Ori will join the Chicago Tribune as Real Estate Columnist. He currently serves as Real Estate Reporter for Crain’s Chicago Business.
At USA Today, Philana Patterson, previously interim Money Editor, was named Money Editor. David Brinkerhoff, previously Staff Editor at the New York Times, was named Deputy Money Editor.
News Services
Louise Kiernan was named Editor-in-Chief of ProPublica Illinois.
Jill Waage was named Editor-in-Chief of Traditional Home magazine, succeeding Ann Omvig Maine.
Nick Haramis, previously Articles Editor at T Magazine, was named Editor-in-Chief of Interview.
Television Stations
Sula Kim was named Anchor at WDSU-TV, returning to the station after a two-year break.
Ron Savage, Anchor and Reporter for WJBK-TV, passed away. He was 63 years old.
WWL-TV Reporter Bill Capo is signing off on March 2, 2017, after 36 years.
February 23, 2017
John Mancini, who previously served as Director for Digital Newsgathering at NBCNews.com, joined Quartz as Global News Editor.
Tech Editor Milo Yiannopouloss resigned from the Breitbart News Network.
The Daily Beast hired Lachlan Markay as White House Reporter. He was previously Staff Writer for The Washington Free Beacon.
Crooked Media debuted the “ With Friends Like These” podcast hosted by Ana Marie Cox and providing conversations with liberals and conservatives, religious leaders, writers and activists, talking about politics, religion, race and gender.
Bill Frischling left his post as Vice President and General Manager, Real Estate and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at U.S. News & World Report to concentrate full-time on factba.se, the website he and his wife debuted last month.
Blayne Alexander joined the NBC News Channel as Washington Correspondent.
NPR created a new team that will cover the Trump Presidency and conflicts of interest. Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax will now also be the Editor of the new site called Trump Ethics Monitor. The team includes: Jim Zarroli, a Business and Economics Reporter based in New York; Jackie Northam, a Foreign Affairs Correspondent based in Washington; and Peter Overby, Money, Power and Influence Correspondent at the Washington desk.
Dr. Ezekiel Jonathan “Zeke” Emanuel, the Vice Provost for Global Initiatives at University of Pennsylvania, joined the FOX News Channel and the FOX Business Network as Contributor.
At CBS This Morning, Senior Producer Adam Verdugo was named Senior Producer and Head of the Booking Unit, replacing Lulu Chiang. Sarah Huisenga was promoted to Supervising producer based in Los Angeles. Brian Gottlieb joined as White House Producer.
At NBC News, Ali Vitali was named White House digital reporter and Andrew Springer, from Mashable, was named Director of Social Strategy.


At The Washington Post Sports Desk, Tracee Hamilton was named Day News Editor for sports. She continues her position as Olympics Editor. Dave Larimer continues as College Sports Editor. His responsibilities will now also include coverage of nationwide college football and college basketball in addition to the local college teams. He will also cover boxing, golf and tennis. Mike Hume became the NFL Editor and Washington Capitals Editor. Keith McMillan was named the MLB and NBA Editor. He will continue to cover horse racing and running. At the Business desk, Suzanne Goldenberg and Patrick Reis joined as Economics and Policy Editors overseeing the Wonkblog. Goldenberg comes from The Guardian Washington, DC Bureau where she served as Environment Correspondent. Reis was previously Deputy National Editor at POLITICO.  At the National Desk, Devlin Barrett, who was the Justice Department Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, joined as Reporter covering the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and other national security issues. The White House Team has a new member. Damian Paletta, former Senior Economics Correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, joined as White House Reporter covering Economic Policy
The New York Times promoted Carolyn Ryan from Senior Editor for Politics to Assistant Editor, adding her to the masthead and the senior management team. She will be responsible for the recruitment of investigative reporters, narrative writers, beat reporters, editors and visual journalists.
A. Barton Hinkle was promoted to Editorial Page Editor at the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
At Fargo Forum, Angie Wieck was named Community Editor, replacing Editorial Page Editor Jack Zaleski, who is stepping down but remains as Columnist.
News Services
At Thomson Reuters, Soyoung Kim will become the South Korea Bureau Chief effective this Spring.
Louise K. Kiernan was named Editor-in-Chief of ProPublica Illinois, a new unit at ProPublica which will focus on investigative stories covering key issues in the city of Chicago and across the state of Illinois.
At Real Simple, Laura Schocker was promoted to Digital Director, replacing Lori Leibovich, who became Digital Director of Women’s Content for Time Inc.
Effective April 2017, Adam Auriemma, who is currently the Editor of Money.com, will become the Editor-in-Chief of Money, succeeding Diane Harris. He will continue to report to Edward Felsenthal, Digital Director for News and Lifestyle.
Annie Lowrey joined The Atlantic as Economic Policy Reporter. Lowrey comes from the New York magazine where she served as Columnist for the Daily Intelligencer.
Carly Graf was named Assistant Fitness Editor at Outside magazine.
At the Silicon Valley Business Journal, Lynn Peithman Stock was named Assistant Managing Editor, Print and Special Projects and Marlize van Romburgh became Assistant Managing Editor for Digital. Janice Bitters was named Commercial Real Estate Reporter. 
Television Stations
Geraldine Moriba, former NBC Producer and former Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at CNN, joined WNET-TV as Programming Consultant for Multi-Platform Initiatives.
February 16, 2017
Hannah Allam, previously a Reporter at McClatchy, was named National Reporter at Buzzfeed, covering Muslim life in America.
Guardian and Bloomberg alum Scott Bixby is rejoining The Daily Beast as a Weekend Editor. 
At ABC News,David Caplan, previously Editor of TooFab and TMZ, was named Digital Editor.
Josh Elliott left his position as Anchor at CBSN to take on an expanded role at CBS News. He was subsequently fired from the network entirely.
Perry Bacon Jr., previously Senior Political Reporter at NBC News, was named Senior Political Writer at ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight.
MSNBC hired Heidi Przybyla as a Political Analyst and Evelyn Farkas as a National Security Analyst.
At NBC News, Noah Oppenheim was named President of NBC News, succeeding Deborah Turness, who took over as President, NBC News International. Bob Costas, the host of every Olympic Games broadcast since 1992, is stepping down. He will be succeeded by Mike Tirico, starting with the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeong Chang, South Korea.
At CNN, Eric Sherling was named Senior Vice President, Washington, DC and Special Events Programming, overseeing special events, such as Town Hall and Debate events. David Gelles was named Executive Producer for Political Programming. David will continue as Senior Broadcast Producer for The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Carrie Stevenson was named Executive Producer, Special Projects.
CNBC hired Sophia Yan as Beijing Correspondent, Everett Rosenfeld as Asia Pacific Digital Editor based in Singapore and Lee Yen Nee as Digital Correspondent, based in Singapore.
Lea Goldman was named Editor-in-Chief at Lifetime Television.
Tiffanie Darke was named Editor-in-Chief of A+E Networks and the History channel. Laura Fleury was named the Senior Vice President and Head of International Programming at A+E Networks.
Radio Free Asia hired Min Lee Mitchell as its new Managing Director for East Asia.


Ron Klain, former chief of staff to Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore, is joining the Washington Post's opinion section as a Contributing Columnist.
Shazna Nessa, previously Journalism Director at the Knight Foundation, was named Deputy Managing Editor, and Global Head, Visuals at The Wall Street Journal.
Grant S. Moise was named Executive Vice President of A. H. Belo Corporation and General Manager of The Dallas Morning News.
At The Wall Street Journal, Editorial Features Editor Mark Lasswell was replaced by James Taranto. Jon Hilsenrath was named Global Economics Editor and Becky Bowers was named Deputy Global Economics Editor. Former National Economics Correspondent Nick Timiraos was named Chief Economic Correspondent, covering economic policy across both the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury Department.
Christina Caryl joined The Washington Post as Editor of “DemocracyPost,” an opinion blog focusing on the challenges facing democracy around the world.
At Newsday, Robert Shields, former Editor in Chief of amNew York, was named Associate Managing Editor of the News Desk.
At amNewYork, Robert Levin was promoted from Senior Editor, Movies to Editor in Chief.
News Services
Former CNN White House correspondent Jessica Yellin has joined the Center for Public Integrity's board of directors.
At Thomson Reuters, Gary McWilliams was named Houston Bureau Chief and Rich Valdmanis was named Energy and Environmental Policy Editor. In the Toronto Bureau, Denny Thomas became Canada Companies Editor and Jim Finkle was named Cyber Security and Technology Editor, Americas. Simon Gardner was named Deputy Managing Editor for Operations, Asia, based in Hong Kong.
At the Associated Press, Anna Johnson was named U.S. West Regional Director, based in the Phoenix Bureau.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has a new gig as contributing editor for The Hollywood Reporter.
Jillian Anthony, previously Sections Editor, was named Editor of Time Out New York.
Matt McAllester, former Editor of Newsweek International, was named Global Editor in Chief of Newsweek, succeeding Jim Impoco.
The Atlantic hired Sigal Samuel as Religion Editor.
Monika Biegler Eyers joined Better Homes and Gardens as East Coast Editor of the Home Design Department.
The South Florida Business Journal hired Judy J. Miller as its Managing Editor.
At Wired, Andrea Valdez was named Editor of Wired.com, effective March 13, 2017. Valdez is currently the Editor of the Texas Monthly Online.
February 9, 2017
National Journal reporter Ben Geman is joining Axios, where he will cover energy.
Nikki Finke, who was about to start as a columnist with Mediate, returned to her former employer,  Deadline Hollywood, as Senior Editorial Contributor, Entertainment/Media.
David Sirota, who was slated to be CEO David Brock's progressive media venture, has left the project. Sirota will instead stay with The International Business Times instead.
At Mic, Ali Gharib, most recently at Fusion, was named Chief Politics Editor, and Andrew Joyce, most recently at MSNBC, was named Staff Writer.
Trei Brundrett, previously Chief Product Officer, was named Chief Operating Officer at Vox.
Tripti Lahiri, former News Editor of The Wall Street Journal Asia, joined Quartz as Asia Bureau Chief in Hong Kong.
Simon Ostrovsky, previously a Reporter at Vice, was named a Reporter on CNN'snewly-expanded investigative unit.
Jen Psaki, former Director of Communications in the Obama Administration, joined CNN as Political Contributor.  David Gelles, Senior Broadcast Producer for “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” was given additional responsibilities as Executive Producer, Political Programming.
Former Clinton aide Zerlina Maxwell joined Sirius XM Radio as Director of Progressive Programming.


Former White House national economic advisor Gene Sperling has joined The Atlantic as a Contributing Editor.
Ben Oreskes, most recently Europe Brief Reporter at POLITICOPro, was named General Assignment Reporter at The Los Angeles Times.
Jodi Rudoren, formerly Deputy International Editor and part of the team that assembled the New York Times' "2020" strategy report, was named Editorial Director of New York Times Global.
Washington Post reporter Jerry Markon is leaving to become Senior Policy Adviser to Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson.
Hugh Hewitt joined The Washington Post as Contributing Columnist.
At The Wall Street Journal, Louise Radnofsky joined the White House Team as White House Reporter.
Rebecca Blumenstein, former Deputy Editor-in-Chief at The Wall Street Journal, joined The New York Times as Deputy Managing Editor.
Jeffrey Hodgson joined The Canadian Press as Business Editor based in Toronto.  
Janice Min, previously President and Chief Creative Officer of Billboard, in charge of The Hollywood Reporter, will step down at the end of February. Matthew Belloni, previously Executive Editor, was named Editorial Director in her place.
At the Independent Journal Review, Erin McPike, most recently a Political Correspondent at Thomson Reuters, was named White House Correspondent.
Michael Luo, Senior Editor and Investigations Editor at the New Yorker, was promoted to Editor of newyorker.com.
Worcester Business Journal hired Grant Welker as Digital Editor.
Bon Appétit launched Healthyish, a new site covering food and wellness. Amanda Shapiro was named Editor.
Cheryl E. Brown was named Editor-in-Chief of Family Circle, succeeding Linda Fears.
Mike Bruno was named Editorial Director at Billboard.
At ALM Media, Heather Nevitt, Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Lawyer, was given additional responsibilities as Executive Editor of ALM’s Corporate Counsel and Inside Counsel.
Television Stations
Brian Watson was named Vice President and General Manager of WKBD-TV/WWJ-TV.
Mike Oates was named General Manager of WAGT-TV.
February 2, 2017
Roger Simon, POLITICO Chief Political Columnist, has retired after 42 years of writing columns.
Matthew Mittenthal, former Rapid Response Spokesperson in Hillary Clinton's Brooklyn campaign headquarters, joined Buzzfeed News as Senior Director for Communications.
At VICE, Former NBC News Political Reporter Alexandra Jaffe joined “Vice News Tonight” as Capitol Hill Reporter.
Kelly Bourdet, former Editorial Director at Vocativ, was named Editor-in-Chief of Gizmodo.
At Vocativ, Ben Reininga was promoted from Editorial Director to Editor-in-Chief, succeeding Kelly Bourdet. Adi Kochavi was promoted to President of Vocativ Films.
Economist Stephen Moore, previously a top contributor at FOX, was named Senior Economic Analyst at CNN.
Kendall Breitman, previously Bloomberg Politics Reporter and "With All Due Respect" producer, was named Segment Producer at MSNBC.
At ABC News, Senior National Correspondent Cecilia Vega was named Senior White House Correspondent. Jonathan Karl now serves as Chief Washington Correspondent and Chief White House Correspondent. Tom Llamas was named Chief National Correspondent and Anchor of both weekend editions of World News Tonight.
Carol Costello left CNN as Anchor of the CNN Newsroom program to join HLN as Anchor.
CNN announced a new daily business show “Quest Express” with Richard Quest as Host. Lex Haris, former Executive Editor of CNNMoney, is now in charge of a new Investigative Unit which will have more than 25 reporters and producers, with expertise in the following beats: Politics, Business, Health Care, Justice, Environment, Consumer Advocacy and Race. At CNNMoney, Managing Editor Rich Barbieri assumed the role of Executive Editor. Effective February 23, Dave Briggs, former Co-Host of Fox and Friends at the FOX News Channel, will join CNN as Anchor of the Early Start morning program.
At NPR, Scott Detrow was named Host of the NPR Politics podcast, joining Tamara Keith and replacing Sam Sanders.
At CNBC, Kayla Tausche was named Correspondent in the Washington Bureau.
At Bloomberg Television, Rachel Wehrspann became Executive Producer of Bloomberg Daybreak Americas, while continuing as Executive Producer of Bloomberg Surveillance. Keiren Buchanan became Team Leader for Bloomberg Surveillance and Jamie Berland became Team Leader for ‘Bloomberg Daybreak Americas’. David Meyers was named Executive Producer of both ‘What’d You Miss?’ and ‘Bloomberg Markets: Americas’. Chelsea Hoon was named Team Leader of ‘Bloomberg Markets: Americas’ from 10:00am-12:00pm ET, as well as 2:00pm-3:30pm ET, and Courtney Collins became Team Leader of ‘Bloomberg Markets: Americas’ from 12:00pm-2:00pm, as well as 3:30pm-5:00pm ET. Tim Andreacci was named Team Leader of Markets content. Kevin Cirilli joined Bloomberg TV as Chief Washington Correspondent.
Oprah Winfrey joined CBS News as Special Contributor to 60 Minutes.


At The Washington Post, Phoebe Connelly, previously Senior Producer, was named Deputy Director of Video.
The Wall Street Journal announced that Deputy Editor in Chief Matthew J. “Matt” Murray will lead the newsroom transformation by overseeing: audience analysis, product and customer experience, people and skills, workflow and structure, technology.
At the New York Times, Cliff Levy was named Deputy Managing Editor and Hannah Fairfield was promoted to Climate Change Editor. As part of The New York Times Business Desk reorganization, a number of reporters changed their beats. Stephanie Strom now covers the food industry beat and reports to Sam Sifton, Editor of the Food section. Reed Abelson, Healthcare Industry Reporter, and Katie Thomas, Business of Health Reporter, moved to the Science and Health Desk led by Celia Dugger. Business Features Reporter David Segal moved to London to focus on European and global business. Danny Hakim, former Financial Correspondent based in London, is moving back to New York to become Investigative Correspondent covering the business dimensions of the Trump administration. Media Editor Bill Brink is assuming a new role of encouraging the development of feature stories. Deputy Media Editor Jennifer Kingson now leads the Consumer and Personal Finance team that includes Ron Lieber, Tara Siegel Bernard, Stacy Cowley and Mary Williams Walsh. Joseph Plambeck took charge of a group of reporters not assigned to finance, tech, media or economics. This team includes Rachel Abrams (retail), Julie Creswell (finance), David Gelles (corporate governance), Danielle Ivory (public sector), Barry Meier (legal), and Hiroko Tabuchi (consumer). Kevin McKenna was named Acting Economics Editor. He will also oversee the energy, autos and defense reporters: Cliff Krauss, Diane Cardwell, Bill Vlasic and Chris Drew. The New York Times also named Catherine Porter as the new Toronto, Canada Bureau Chief.
News Services
At Bloomberg News, Sports Business Editor Janet Paskin was given additional responsibility as Editor of Managing Diversity, succeeding Lisa Kassenaar. 
At Thomson Reuters, Amy Stevens, Executive Editor of Professional News, was given additional responsibility as Global Editor, Companies Coverage Strategy. Olivia Oran was named Banking Team Leader and Jim Finkle was appointed Americas Cyber Security and Technology Editor, based in Canada. 
David Somerville, previously Design Director, was named Creative Director of The Atlantic.
Steve Kandell, previously BuzzFeed's Executive Features Editor, is headed to Esquire.com,where he was named Editor.
At The New Republic, Laura Marsh, previously Story Editor, was named to the newly-created position of Literary Editor.
Capri S. Cafaro, former Ohio State Senator, joined the Washington Examiner as Contributor to the Beltway Confidential blog.
Olivia Nuzzi, former Political Reporter for The Daily Beast, joined New York magazine as Washington Correspondent for the "Daily Intelligencer" blog.
Women’s Wear Daily hired Andrew Nodell as the new Senior Eye Editor.
Television Stations
Andrea Parquet-Taylor joined KTVT-TV as Vice President and News Director.
Paige Harrison joined WCVB-TV as News Director, replacing Andrew Vrees.
January 26, 2017
At Morning Consult, Anna Yukhananov was named Editor, Health and Energy. Yukhananov comes from Thomson Reuters where she served as IMF and World Bank Correspondent.
At the Breitbart News Network, Samuel Chi was named Editor, Kristina Wong joined as Pentagon and Department of Defense Reporter, and Sean E. Moran joined as Policy Reporter. Samuel Chi was formerly Senior Editor at RealClearPolitics. Kristina Wong is the former Staff Writer for The Hill and Sean Moran served as Policy Analyst at Americans for Prosperity, a conservative interest group. Sebastian Gorka left his position as National Security Editor at Breitbart News Network. He is reportedly joining President Trump's White House, likely in the National Security Council.
Steven Perlberg, currently a Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, was named a Reporter at Buzzfeed, covering the relationship between the White House and the press.
Lindsay Nelson was named Chief Marketing Officer at Vox. Sarah Kiff, previously Deputy Managing Editor of Visuals, was named Senior Policy Correspondent.
FOX News Channel has two new contributors: Nigel Farage, former United Kingdom Independence Party Leader (UKIP), and Marie Harf, former State Department Deputy Spokesperson and Senior Advisor in the Obama Administration. Fox News has declined to renew contributor contracts for George Will, Ed Rollins and Stacey Dash.
ABC News added Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as Contributor. The former Mayor of Baltimore Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is currently serving as Secretary of the Democratic National Committee.
Trey Yingst, previously a Correspondent, was named Chief White House Correspondent for One America News Network.
Kevin Cirilli was named Chief Washington Correspondent for Bloomberg TV. He will continue to write for the White House Team.


At The Washington Post, former Washington Editor Terence Samuel was named Senior Correspondent to its America Desk covering demographics, culture and identity. In his former role, he has been replaced by Dan Eggen, Editor of the White House Team and Amy Gardner, Editor of the Congress/PowerPost Team.
The San Francisco Chronicle hired Fernando Díaz as Managing Editor, Digital. He comes from the Center for Investigative Reporting where he currently serves as Senior Editor. His last day at the non-profit news organization is February 3.
The New York Times is opening a news bureau in Sydney, Australia. Damien Cave, former Digital Deputy Editor for the National Desk, was named Bureau Chief. He is joined by Reporter Jacqueline Williams and Contributor Michelle Innis.
Quentin Hardy, previously Deputy Technology Editor, is leaving the New York Times to head a new editorial department at Google Cloud.
Phil Izzo was named Mobile News Editor for The Wall Street Journal.
News Services
Chuck Stevens was named Editor, Top News Americas at Bloomberg News.
Lee Zellweger was named Group Publisher, Brands at Reader’s Digest.
Former WWD’s Digital Director Danica Lo joined Food & Wine as Digital Director.
David Wallis joined The Forward as Opinion Editor. He served as Deputy Editor at the Observer.
Television Stations
Christopher McDonnell was named Vice President and General Manager of KRON-TV.
Richard J. “Rich” Graziano was named Vice President and General Manager of WTNH-TV.
January 19, 2017
At POLITICO, Josh Benson and Tom McGeveran, Co-Editors of POLITICO States, announced their departure. Joseph J. “Joe” Schatz, who most recently served as editor of Politico Pro’s daily Europe brief, succeeds them as Editorial Leader of POLITICO States. Allison Hoffman, a Senior Editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, joined POLITICO as National Editor.
Former Gawker Media Staff Writer Jordan Sargent joined Spin as an Editor.
Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump’s former Campaign Manager, joined the One America News Network as Political Commentator.
This week CNN announced its Washington correspondent corps. The White House Team is comprised of Jim Acosta, Jeff Zeleny, Athena Jones, and Sara Murray as Correspondents; and Kate Glassman Bennett, Stephen Collinson and Jeremy Diamond as Reporters. The Congress Team includes Manu Raju, Phil Mattingly and Sunlen Serfaty as Correspondents and Eric Bradner, Tom LoBianco and Tal Kopan as Reporters. CNN also announced the addition of a number of contributors: David Fahrenthold and Abby Phillip from The Washington Post; Salena Zito from The Washington Examiner; J.D. Vance, Author of Hillbilly Energy and Principal at Mithril Capital Management, LLC (whose founder is Peter Thiel, Trump’s former adviser); former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm; former Congressman Steve Israel and former Senator Rick Santorum; as well as former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.
NBC News named Hallie Jackson White House Correspondent and Kasie Hunt as Capitol Hill Correspondent.


Las Vegas Review-Journal hired Victor Joecks as Columnist covering local, state and federal policy issues.
At The New York Times, David S. Perprich will take on the role of President and General Manager of The Wirecutter on March 6.
Sarah Cristobal joined InStyle as Executive Features Director.
At Home Accents Today, Susan Dickenson was promoted from Retail Editor to Editor-in-Chief.
Gina Passarella was named Executive Editor of The American Lawyer.
At GQ Style, Mobolaji Dawodu was promoted to Fashion Director and Lili Goksenin joined as Digital Editor.
Television Stations
Kim Krause joined WXMI-TV as General Manager.
Chris Gegg joined WRGB-TV in News Director.
January 12, 2017
At Axios, Danielle Jones was named Head of Native Content. Jones was most recently Executive Vice President of Expansion and POLITICO.
Breitbart News Network named John Carney, currently a Banking Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, Editor of its Finance and Economics section, which will launch after the January 20th inauguration.
Alex Spence, currently European Media Reporter at POLITICO’s London bureau, was named Senior Political Correspondent at Buzzfeed UK. He will begin his new role in early February. Emily Dugan, previously a Reporter at The Independent, was named Senior Reporter.
Obama White House alumni Tommy Vietor, Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and Howard Daniel “Dan” Pfeiffer started a new digital media news site called Crooked Media. Their new political podcast is called "Pod Save America." Vietor was President Barack Obama's national security spokesman; Favreau and Lovett were former speechwriters and Pfeiffer was Communications Director and Senior Advisor.
NBC News continues to build out its digital team, poaching editors Brian Walsh and Matt Grimson from ABC News and Kalhan Rosenblatt from the Daily Mail, among other appointments announced yesterday.
At Fox News Channel, the “Tucker Carlson Tonight” show moved to the 9 p.m. time slot. Martha MacCallum was named the Host of a new news program called “The First 100 Days.” Shannon Bream succeeded MaCallum as Co-Anchor of the “America’s Newsroom.” Jesse Watters, Correspondent and Producer for “The O’Reilly Factor,” got his own weekly program called "Watters' World" to air on Saturdays at 8 p.m.
Catie Beck was named Correspondent at NBC News in Atlanta.
ABC News hired Hilary Estey McLoughlin as Senior Executive Producer for Non-Fiction Content and “The View.”
At CNN, Alison Kosik was named General Assignment Correspondent in the New York Bureau.
At Hearst Television, Frank Biancuzzo and Michael Hayes were promoted to Executive Vice Presidents. They continue to oversee most of Hearst’s TV and radio stations.


At The New York Times, Jason Horowitz, previously Political Features Correspondent, was named Rome Bureau Chief.
Gennady Kolker, previously Senior Growth Editor at Fusion, was named Growth Editor at HBO.
The New York Times named Ian Fisher Jerusalem Bureau Chief. He is the former Weekend Editor. 
Spencer Sharp was named Publisher of Blouin Media’s Art + Auction.
Andrew Richdale joined Saveur as Deputy Editor.
At StyleWatch, Ashley Kiely was promoted to Fashion Editor and Lynette Pone McIntyre was named Accessories and Market Director.
Faye Brennan joined Cosmopolitan as Deputy Editor.
At POLITICO Pro, Adriel Bettelheim was named Health Editor. Adriel was Managing Editor for Leadership and Enterprise at CQ Roll Call from 2016-2017. Lisa Zamosky was named Deputy Health Editor.
At Time Out New York, Alyson Penn was named Assistant Food and Drink Editor.
NJBIZ promoted Anjalee Khemlani from Healthcare Reporter to Deputy Managing Editor, Healthcare. Eric Strauss was named Managing Editor and Robert Russo was promoted to Art Director.
Wired Senior Editor Susan Murcko will join Popular Science as Features Editor on January 23.
Clay Chandler was named Time Inc. Executive Editor, International, reporting to Alan Murray, Chief Content Officer and Steve Marcopoto, President, International.
The Hill hired Nicholas Hahn as its Chief Opinion Editor. Hahn was previously Assistant Editorial Page Editor for The Detroit News.
Ron Fournier was named Publisher of Crain's Detroit Business.
At American Media, Inc., Chris Scardino was named Executive Vice President and Group Publishing Director and Shawn Perine was named Vice President and Editorial Director of the newly formed AMI Fitness Group.
January 5, 2017
Jim Tankersley, former Economic Policy Reporter at the Washington Post, joined Vox.com as Editor, Policy and Politics. He succeeds former Deputy Managing Editor for Policy and Politics Laura McGann, who was promoted to Editorial Director. Lauren Williams was named Executive Editor.
Axios announced two additions to its executive team. Timothy J. “Tim” Berry, former Chief of Staff in the Office of the House Majority Leader, and Evan M. Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State for Education and Cultural Affairs, are joining as Executive Vice Presidents.
At Business Insider, Alexei Oreskovic was promoted to West Coast Bureau Chief and Tech Editor and Julie Bort was named Chief Tech Correspondent.
Megyn Kelly announced her departure as Host of “The Kelly File” at FOX News Channel effective this Friday. She joins NBC News as Anchor of a new one hour daytime program to air Monday through Friday at a time to be announced in the coming months. Kelly will also anchor a new Sunday evening news magazine show.
NBC continues to expand its Digital News group. Alana Miller was named Associate Producer, Nirma Hasty was named Assistant Producer, Sam Petulla was named Visual Journalist, and Anna Brand, previously Homepage Editor at MSNBC.com, was named Special Assignment and Planning Editor.


Washington Post announced the editorial team covering Congress and the federal government. The Congress/PowerPost team will be led by Editor Amy Gardner and Deputy Editor Rachel Van Dongen. They will oversee nine reporters: Paul Kane, Mike DeBonis, Kelsey Snell, David Weigel, Karoun Demirjian, Elise Viebeck, Robert Costa, Ed O’Keefe and Sean Sullivan.
At Tampa Bay Times, Graham Brink was promoted from Metro Editor to Assistant Managing Editor, Metro, State and Business News. Boyzell Hosey was appointed to Assistant Managing Editor, Photography and Multimedia. Stephanie Hayes was named Features Editor. Amy Hollyfield is now Deputy Managing Editor, Politics, Features and Lifestyles. Investigative Reporter Michael LaForgia was promoted to Investigations Editor and Adam Playford is his Deputy. Enterprise Reporter Alexandra Zayas was promoted to Enterprise Editor.
At the Wall Street Journal, James Taranto, previously a Columnist, was named Editorial Features Editor.
News Services
Bloomberg News hired Meena Thiruvengadam as Global Head of Audience Development.
Ed Arnold joined the San Antonio Business Journal as Managing Editor.
Former Fox News Anchor Gretchen Carlson joined Time magazine as a Columnist for the online site Motto. She will focus on women and empowerment issues.
At Wired, Nicholas Thompson was named Editor-in-Chief, succeeding Scott Dadich.
December 29, 2016
Frank Cooper stepped down from his position as Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Creative Officer at Buzzfeed.
Kevin Poulsen, previously Contributing Editor at Wired, was named Contributing Editor at The Daily Beast.
Ryan Felton, previously a Contributing Writer at the Guardian, was named Writer at Jalopnik.
Nikki Finke was named Senior Columnist at Mediaite.
At Quartz, Arielle Ray was named Video Journalist, Abdi Latif Dahir was named Africa Writer, and Heather Timmons, previously Asia Correspondent, was named White House Correspondent.
At CNBC, Michael Kearns was promoted to Vice President, International Digital and Head of News and Programming, Asia Pacific. Patrick Allen was named Vice President and International Managing Editor for CNBC International. Noelle Murbach-Lami was promoted to Head of News and Programming, EMEA and Neelabh Chaturvedi was named Newsroom Strategy Director for CNBC International. 
Effective January 23, 2017, Juleyka Lantigua-Williams will join NPR as Senior Supervising Producer and Editor for Code Switch. Juleyka Lantigua-Williams is currently a Staff Writer for The Atlantic.
David O. Brown, most recently Police Chief at the Dallas Police Department, was named Contributor at ABC.
At Fox, Tom Lowell, previously Executive Producer of the Kelly File, was named Vice President and Managing Editor, News.


At Tampa Bay Times, Jeff Harrington was promoted from Economy Watchdog to Business Editor, succeeding Chris Tisch, who became Audience Editor.
Belinda Englman will join the Las Vegas Review-Journal in February 2017 as Vice President, Digital. Debra J. Saunders joined the Las Vegas Review Journal as White House Correspondent.
At Argus Leader, Consumer Experience Director Cory Myers was named News Director.
The McClatchy Co. acquired The Herald-Sun newspaper in Durham, North Carolina from Kentucky-based Paxton Media Group, which owned it since 2004.
Douglas Franklin was named Chief Executive Editor of The Boston Globe.
At the Florida Times-Union, Mary Kelli Palka was named Editor, succeeding Frank Denton, who was named Editor at Large.  
At the New York Times, Mark Mazetti was named Washington Investigations Editor, leading the newly-created Washington Investigations Team. Eric Lipton, Matt Apuzzo, Mike Schmidt, and Sharon LaFraniere were named to the team as Reporters.
At the Telegraph Herald, Amy Gilligan, previously Managing Editor, was named Executive Editor. She succeeds Brian Cooper, who was named Editorial Page Editor.
News Services
Michael Weissenstein was named Caribbean News Director for the Associated Press. He is based in Havana, Cuba.
Sally Buzbee, previously Vice President and Washington, DC, Bureau Chief, was named Senior Vice President and Executive Editor at AP.
Kimberly Guthrie was named President of Cox Media Group, Inc.
At Thomson Reuters, Paul Tomasch, previously U.S. Elections Editor on the National Affairs team, was named Americas Top Editor. Simon Robinson, previously Enterprise Editor, Europe, Middle East and Africa, was named Regional Editor of the same. He succeeds Richard Mably, who was named Editor, Markets, Commodities, and Energy.
Joe Nocera, formerly a columnist at the New York Times, was named Staff Writer at Bloomberg Businessweek.
Deirdre Foley-Mendelssohn, most recently Executive Editor at the California Sunday Times, was named Senior Editor at the New Yorker.
Washington Monthly hired Gilad Edelman as an Editor and Saahil Desai as Digital Editor.
Chelsea Hassler, previously Deputy Audience Engagement Editor at Slate, was named Senior Editor at Newsweek.
At POLITICO, Stephen Heuser, previously Editor of The Agenda, was named Editorial Director, Ideas and Features. Sudeep Reddy, formerly Editor, Real Time Economics at the Wall Street Journal, was named Managing Editor.
At POLITICO Pro Budgets & Appropriations Brief, Sarah Ferris was named Reporter.
At Real Simple, Sara Austin, most recently Senior Deputy Editor at Cosmopolitan, was named Executive Editor.
At the Silicon Valley Business Journal, J. Jennings Moss was named Editor in Chief, succeeding Rob Daumeyer.
At StyleWatch, Lisa Arbetter has left her position as Editor. Bethany Heitman, Executive Editor, was named Interim Editor.
At Women’s Wear Daily, Miles Socha, previously Executive Editor, Europe, was named Editor in Chief, replacing Edward Nardoza, who left the position.
CNBC’s Squawk Box has moved to the Nasdaq studio in Times Square.
At ESPN, First Take moved from ESPN2 to ESPN, keeping its 10-noon time slot. SportsCenter Face to Face with Hannah Storm and  SportsCenter Coast to Coast moved to ESPN2, keeping their respective timeslots.
At 1A, a new program at WAMU, Joshua Johnson, previously Morning Anchor at KQED, was named Host, and Rupert Allman, previously Executive Producer of The Takeaway at WNYC, was named Executive Producer.
Ellen Levine has stepped down from her position as Editorial Director at Hearst Magazines.
Television Stations
Dean Ditmer was named President and General Manager of KPNX, succeeding John Misner.
David Hunt, most recently Executive Producer at KUSA, was named President and General Manager of WBIR, succeeding Jeff Lee.
At WBZ, Juli McDonald, previously a Reporter at WCVB, was named General Assignment Reporter.
Lori Wilson, previously an Anchor at WISH, was named Anchor at WSB.
At WSCV, Debra Juarez, previously News Director at WMAQ, was named Vice President of Digital, overseeing telemundo51.com.
Michael Valentine, most recently Vice President of Content Operations at Belo Corp., was named Vice President, Station Manager and Director of Content at WUSA. Mark Burdett stepped down from his position as President and General Manager.
Cheryl Preheim, most recently an Anchor at KUSA, was named Anchor at WXIA.
December 22, 2016
Melissa McCart was named Editor of Eater NY.
Alyssa Mastromonaco, currently COO of Vice Media, was named President, Global Communications for Strategy and Talent and A+E Networks.
At CNBC, Mary Catherin Wellons, currently San Francisco Bureau Chief, was named Deputy Bureau Chief in Washington. Sally Shin, currently a Senior Producer, will succeed her. Matt Rosoff, formerly West Coast Bureau Chief at Business Insider, was named Editorial Director of CNBC Digital. They begin their appointments in early January 2017.
Fox News named Steve Hilton, CEO of Crowdpac, a Contributor.
MSNBC cancelled MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts. Roberts remains at the network.
Robin Gradison, formerly a Producer at ABC, was named Deputy Washington Bureau Chief at NBC News, effective January 3, 2017.


Personal finance columnist Brian O’Connor has left the Detroit News.
Matt Canham, formerly Investigative Reporter at the Salt Lake Tribune, was named Senior Managing Editor.
J. Jennings "Josh" Moss was named Editor-in-Chief of the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
At the Wall Street Journal, the following staffers have left: Neil King, Melanie Trottman, Anna Sussman, Autumn Brewington, Rebecca Smith, Christina Binkley, and Don Clark. Jessica Yu, Deputy Managing Editor and Global Head of Visuals, will be leaving in early 2017. Jon Hilsenrath, previously Chief Economic Correspondent, will succeed Neil King as Global Economics Editor as of January 2017, and Becky Bowers has succeeded Sudeep as Deputy Global Economics Editor. Donald Clark, most recently Assistant News Editor, left the Journal after 23 years.
The Washington Post announced its 2017 White House team: Philip Rucker was named Bureau Chief, Dan Eggen was named Editor, Dave Clarke was named Deputy Editor, Ylan Mui was named Economic Policy Writer, and Jenna Johnson, David Nakamura, Ashley Parker, Abby Phillip, and John Wagner were named Reporters.
News Services
Bloomberg announced the formation of several new teams, as well as a number of promotions:
On the White House team, Mike Dorning was named deputy White House editor, and Jennifer Jacobs, Kevin Cirilli and Jennifer Epstein, and Shannon Pettypiece were named reporters.  On the campaign reporter Arit John comes to D.C. from New York, Terry Dopp, a veteran of New Jersey politics, moves to D.C from the Trenton bureau, and Anna Edgerton will return to the U.S. from Brazil to cover House Speaker Paul Ryan.  John Voskuhl was named managing editor of two teams that will work closely together, the Money and Influence team and the Tax team.  On the Money and Influence team, Mark Niquette will cover Trump’s nationwide infrastructure plans, and John McCormick will cover money and politics with a focus on using data to tell stories. Ben Brody was named Lobbying Reporter.  On the Tax team, Alexis Leondis, formerly Deputy Editor on the Financial Regulation team, was named Tax team leader. Sahil Kapur was named Reporter, allowing him to get back in touch with his inner policy nerd.  On the newly-formed Trump Organization team, based in New York, Ethan Bronner was named Team Leader. Caleb Melby and David Kocieniewski we named Reporters in New York, and Stephanie Baker was named Reporter in London.  Editor Mark Drajem and reporter Ari Natter were named to the Regulations team, reporting to Team Leader Jon Morgan. In addition, Chris Flavelle of Bloomberg View will join the team to cover climate and environmental coverage.  Justin Blum, formerly DOJ reporter at the Washington Bureau, was named Senior Editor on the Financial Regulation team. Mike Marois, based in Sacramento, and Chris Thompson, in Wilmington, were named Night Editors and Joe Sobczyk was named Senior Editor.
At The Forward, Peter Beinart was named Senior Columnist. He will also host a biweekly podcast.
At POLITICO, Steve Heuser was named Editorial Director of Ideas and Features. Blake Hounshell, formerly Digital Editorial Director, was named Editor at POLITICO Magazine. Tin Alberta, currently Chief Political Correspondent at the National Review, was named National Political Reporter. Greg Hellman, formerly at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, was named Reporter on the Pro Defense team. Andrew Restuccia, formerly Energy Reporter, was named Senior Policy Reporter on the Pro Energy team. Sarah Ferris was named Reporter on the Budget and Appropriations team, effective January 31, 2017.
Radio Stations
Dean Ditmer, formerly Sales Director at KUSA Denver, is moving to Phoenix, was named President and General Manager of KPNX.
Guy Gordon left WDIV to host a new show at WJR premiering January 2, 2017.
Chuck Holmes, formerly Deputy Managing Editor at NPR, was named General Manager at WBHM, effective January 9, 2017.
Television Stations
Bob Sabo, previously Assignment Manager, was named Assistant News Director at KSTP.
Steve Tellier, previously an Investigative Reporter at KSTP, was named Investigative Reporter at WHDH.
Chelsey Davis, previously a Traffic Anchor at KTVT, was named Reporter at KNXV.
December 15, 2016
Kevin Poulsen, formerly Contributing Editor at Wired, was named Contributing Editor at The Daily Beast. Kim Dozier, formerly a Contributing Writer, was named Senior National Security Correspondent.
Prachi Gupta, formerly a Reporter at Cosmopolitan, was named Senior Reporter at Jezebel. Her start date is January 9.
Leslie Horn was named Managing Editor at Noisey.
Anthony Cormier, formerly an Investigative Reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, was named Investigative Reporter at Buzzfeed. Also, Nancy Youssef, formerly Senior National Security Correspondent at The Daily Beast, was named Senior National Security Correspondent. She will cover the Pentagon.
John Roberts was named Chief White House Correspondent at FOX News Channel.
Abby Huntsman, General Assignment Reporter at Fox News, was named Weekend Co-Host of Fox and Friends Weekend. She will continue as a Reporter.
At NPR, Arnie Seipel was named Deputy Political Editor; Scott Detrow was named Congressional Reporter; Muthoni Muturi was named Features Editor, Politics; Sam Sanders will be leaving his position as Host of the NPR Politics Podcast; Sarah McCammon, formerly Republican field reporter for the election, will turn to covering Mid-Atlantic regional news; and Dana Farrington, formerly Homepage Editor, was named Digital and Social Editor.


Frank Denton, Editor of The Florida Times-Union, will step down on January 1, 2017. He will continue to write for the paper as Editor-at-Large.  Mary Kelli Palka will replace Denton with the title of Editor effective January 1. 
At the Boston Globe, Douglas E. “Doug” Franklin was named Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, replacing Michael J. “Mike” Sheehan, who has run the paper since 2014. Franklin was previously Executive Vice President at Cox Entertainment, Inc.
The Wall Street Journal announced a number of editorial changes in the Washington, DC Bureau. Political Editor Jeanne Cummings will lead the White House team, consisting of Carol E. Lee, Peter Nicholas, Mike Bender and Damian Paletta. Janet Hook and Reid Epstein, who previously covered the elections, will now focus on how the Democratic party recovers and remakes itself. Laura Meckler will focus on the changing demographics of America and immigration issues. Susan Benkelman will lead a new Business and Government Relations Group to cover the intersection of business interests and government action. This unit will consist of Brody Mullins, Ted Mann, Kate O’Keeffe, John McKinnon and Will Mauldin. Jon E. Hilsenrath will take over as Global Economics Editor and Becky Bowers will become Jon’s deputy. National Politics Editor Aaron Zitner will take over oversight of the congressional coverage and his team will now include Byron Tau, Kristina Peterson and Siobhan Hughes. Naftali Bendavid will lead the Health Policy Group. His team now includes Michelle Hackman, Louise Radnofsky and Stephanie Armour. Also reporting to Naftali, Aruna Viswanatha and Devlin Barrett will cover law enforcement, the Justice Department and the FBI; Beth Reinhard will cover criminal justice, prisons; Jess Bravin and Brent Kendall will cover legal issues and the U.S. Jacob “Jake” Schlesinger continues to oversee the Financial Regulatory Group and Mark Anderson will become his Deputy.  At the Wall Street Journal Business Desk, Andrew LaVallee was named Deputy Bureau Chief, Corporate News. He was previously Deputy Bureau Chief of the Greater New York section.
At The Courier-Journal, Joel Christopher was named Vice President, News and Executive Editor, replacing Neil Budde, who resigned in October. Christopher was most recently Vice President of News for parent company Gannett’s USA Today Network newspapers in Wisconsin.
The New York Times has recalled Peter Baker from his posting as Jerusalem Bureau Chief, a position he was about to assume in January. He is returning to the Washington Bureau as White House Correspondent to cover the new administration.
At the Telegraph Herald, Brian Cooper will step down from the Executive Editor position, but continue to serve as Editorial Page Editor. Amy Gilligan, current Managing Editor, will take over as Executive Editor in January.
John Markoff, Tech Reporter at the New York Times, is retiring.
Rachel Dry, formerly an opinion Staff Editor at the New York Times, was named Editor of the New York Times Sunday Review.
News Services
At Thomson Reuters, Simon Robinson was named Regional Editor, Europe, Middle East and Africa, reporting to Stephen J. Adler. U.S. Elections Editor Paul Thomasch was promoted to Americas Top News Editor on the Americas Desk.
Joe Nocera, current Sports Columnist for the New York Times, will join Bloomberg News as Bloomberg Views Columnist in January.
Meredith Bodgas was named Editor-in-Chief of Working Mother.
Marina Khidekel joined Women’s Health as Senior Deputy Editor.
Natalie DiBlasio will join Wired in January as Head of Social Media. She previously served as Digital Editor at USA Today.
Frank Foer, formerly Editor of the New Republic, was named Politics Writer at The Atlantic.
Julia Ioffe has left POLITICO after a Twitter scandal, effective immediately.
At The Weekly Standard, Stephen Hayes, formerly Senior Writer, was named Editor in Chief, replacing Bill Kristol, who was named Editor at Large.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. promoted John Solomon to Chief Operating Officer of Circa from Chief Creative Officer.  Solomon will report to Scott Livingston, Vice President of News for Sinclair.
CQ Roll Call promoted three of its executives: Steven Komarow was named Senior Vice President and Executive Editor, CQ News; Matt Mansfield was promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer; and  Kris Viesselman was promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief, Roll Call. 
Television Stations
Ben Hart will join WISN-TV as News Director in early January.
At KSDK-TV, Frank Cusumano was promoted from Sports Reporter to Sports Director.
December 8, 2016
At BuzzFeed, Craig Silverman, former Founding Editor of BuzzFeed Canada, was named Media Editor, covering the influence of fake news and other distribution platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Lydia Polgreen was named Editor-In-Chief of The Huffington Post. Polgreen most recently served as Associate Masthead Editor and Editorial Director for the New York Times Global.
Prachi Gupta, formerly a Reporter at Cosmopolitan, was named Senior Reporter at Jezebel.
At Media Matters, Angelo Carusone, formerly the organization's Executive Vice President, was named President.
Retired Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown was hired as Contributor by ABC News.
David Freeman was named Lead Editor of MACH. MACH is NBC News Digital’s new tech, science and innovation vertical.
Effective January 21, 2017, Magic Johnson will join ESPN as NBA analyst on NBA Countdown.
Nina Diaz, the newly appointed Head of Unscripted at VH1 and MTV, announced a number of appointments this week. Eli Lehrer was named Head of Development for MTV and Lily Neumeyer took over as Head of Development for VH1. Paul Ricci was named Head of Alternative Programming for MTV and VH1 and Andy Portnoy was given the role of Head of Strategic Content Operations for MTV and VH1.


Scot Gillespie, former Vice President of Engineering at W.W. Grainger, Inc., became the new Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at The Washington Post.
At the Wall Street Journal, Kate Linebaugh was promoted from Deputy Chief of the Corporate Bureau to Editor of East Coast News. Vanessa O’Connell, former Legal Affairs Reporter, was named Deputy U.S. Editor. Neal Templin, former Editor of the Greater New York Section, was named Editor of New York Regional Coverage.
Carol Hunter, Executive News Director of the Des Moines Register since 2009, was named Executive Editor of the Des Moines Register and Plains Region Editor for the USA Today Network.
Kate Kelly, formerly Reporter at CNBC, was named Wall Street and Finance Reporter at the New York Times, effective January 2017.
News Services
Joshua Goodman was named Director, Andes Region at the Associated Press. He will be based in Bogota, Colombia.
Politico National Editor Kristin Roberts is leaving the publication to join The McClatchy Company Washington Bureau as Executive Editor in early January.
The Financial Times hired Rana Foroohar as its Associate Editor and Global Business Columnist effective March 1, 2017. She currently serves as Assistant Editor at Time magazine and as a Global Economics Analyst for CNN.
Brian Hoar was named Senior Vice President of Sales and Publisher at Playboy magazine.
Bloomberg Pursuits will cease print publication after its current December issue.
At Advertising Age, Editor Ken Wheaton announced his departure at the end of the year to focus on his fiction writing.
Carolyn Kylstra took over as Editor-in-Chief at Self Magazine, replacing Joyce Chang.
Effective early 2017, Julia Ioffe will join The Atlantic to cover politics and foreign policy. She most recently served as Senior Editor at The New Republic and currently contributes to Politico, The New York Times Magazine and the Foreign Policy journal.
Max Plenke, former Tech Reporter for Mic, joined the Men’s Journal as Senior Associate Editor covering fitness and health related topics.
Kim Dixon, former Health and Policy News Editor for Politico Europe, joined The Hill Extra as Healthcare Editor. 
Ken Wheaton, currently Editor at Ad Age, will leave the publication at the end of the year.
Lucas Grindley, formerly Editorial Director, was named Editor in Chief of The Advocate.
Josh Dawsey, formerly Political Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was named White House Reporter at POLITICO. Also, Erica Order, formerly on the Albany beat, moved to the Law Bureau to cover white-collar crime. Karey Van Hall, formerly News Editor, was named a Managing Editor. Sudeep Reddy, formerly Global Economics Editor at the Wall Street Journal, was also named a Managing Editor, effective January 2017.
At Self, Joyce Chang left her position as Editor in Chief and Carolyn Kylstra, formerly Executive Digital Director, will succeed her. Self will no longer be published in its print format after February, 2017.
At The Village Voice, Stephen Mooallem took over as Editor-in-Chief. Stephen Mooallem is the former Interview Magazine Editor-in-Chief and most recently Executive Editor at Harper’s Bazaar.
Radio Stations
Former Chicago Sun-Times Education and Housing Reporter Kate Grossman joined WBEZ-FM as Senior Editor, Enterprise and Education. 
At CBS, Charlie Kaye, Barry Bagnato, Howard Arenstein, Harley Carnes, and Bill Whitney, have left their positions.
Television Stations
Sussy Ruiz joined Telemundo’s KTMD-TV station as Assistant News Director.
December 1, 2016
Business Insider launched its new website Business Insider Italia with Giovanni Pons as its Editor.
Frank Cooper is leaving his position as CMO of Buzzfeed at the end of December.
Valerie Lapinski, previously Head of Video at Guardian US, was named Managing Producer at Vox.
Viacom Inc. expanded the role of Nina Diaz, who became Executive Vice President and Head, Reality Programming at VH-1 earlier this year. She took on the additional responsibility as Executive Vice President and Head, Reality Programming for MTV.
Democratic fundraiser and Obama/Clinton Adviser Robert Wolf was named a Contributor at Fox News.


At The Wall Street Journal, William Spindle became the new South Asia Bureau Chief, succeeding Gordon Fairclough, who moved to London to take on the role as Politics and Economy Editor, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Alastair Gale is the new Japan Editor and Jonathan Cheng is the new South Korea News Editor and Bureau Chief.
At the Wall Street Journal, Erica Orden, previously on the Greater New York Albany beat, moved to the Journal’s Law Bureau to cover white-collar crime.
Sopan Deb, previously Reporter at CBS, was named Reporter at The New York Times.
Rebecca Troyer became Editor-in-Chief at the Triad Business Journal, replacing Mark Sutter, who was editor for nine years. Rebecca Troyer was formerly Managing Editor of the Triangle Business Journal.
At Fortune, Andrew Nusca was promoted from Deputy Digital Editor to Digital Editor, succeeding Aaron Task.
At Time magazine, Eben Shapiro was named Deputy Editor, after having served as Global Arts Editor for the Weekend Journal. Siobhan O’Connor and Matt Vella were promoted to Executive Editors, joining Samuel P. Jacobs, who became an Executive Editor last month. Siobhan O’Connor will oversee the coverage of politics as well as social trends and ideas related to health, food, science, religion and relationships. Matt Vella will manage the flow of enterprise stories as well as stories covering arts and entertainment, business and technology. Kelly Conniff, Ben Goldberger and Claire Howorth were promoted to Assistant Managing Editors.
At Texas Monthly, Editor-in-Chief Brian Sweany has left his post. Tim Taliaferro was named Editor-in-Chief in his place.
At Wired, David Moretti, previously Deputy Creative Director, was named Creative Director replacing Billy Sorrentino.
Josh Dawsey, previously Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, was named White House Reporter at POLITICO. Also, Kristin Roberts, currently National Editor, will be leaving her post.
Jane Francisco, Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping, was promoted to Editor of the Lifestyle Group at Hearst Magazines. The Lifestyle Group includes Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Women’s Day. 
November 23, 2016
Rebecca Howard, previously Video Chief at the New York Times, has joined Discovery Network as Senior VP of Emerging Platforms and Partnerships.
At Bloomberg TV, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s politics show on Bloomberg TV, “With All Due Respect,” will end following coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration.


Mackenzie Dawson, former Contributing Features Editor at the New York Post, was named Books Editor.

News Services

Effective January 1, Sally Buzbee will take on the role of Senior Vice President and Executive Editor at the Associated Press, after serving as Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief since 2010. Amy Finkelstein was named Small Business, Food and Shopping Team Leader at the Business Desk.
At Bloomberg News, Craig Gordon was promoted from Managing Editor, Washington News to Executive Editor at the Washington, DC Bureau. Wes Kosova was promoted to Senior Executive Editor and Washington Bureau Chief. He replaces Megan Murphy, who was named editor of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine.  
At the South China Morning Post, Gary Liu was named Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Yee Cheng “Robin” Hu, effective January 3, 2017. Gary Liu’s comes from Digg, where he served as Chief Executive Officer. He joined Digg in 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Digg, he was with Spotify as Head of Labs from 2013 to 2015 and as Global Director of Ad Product Strategy from 2011-2013.
Victoria Colliver, previously Health Reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle, was named Healthcare Reporter at POLITICOPro.
Elizabeth “Liz” Vaccariello was named Editor-in-Chief at Parents Magazine and at Fit Pregnancy and Baby magazine. She was formerly Editor-at-Large and Columnist at the Reader’s Digest.
Megan Murphy, former Bloomberg News Washington Bureau Managing Editor, was named Editor of Bloomberg Businessweek. Otis Bilodeau, former Global Executive Editor at Bloomberg TV, was named Deputy Editor. Kristin Powers will remain as BBW’s Managing Editor.
Mark Coatney, former Senior Vice President, Digital Media at Al Jazeera America (2013-2015), was named Vice President, Digital News at Forbes.com
Television Stations
Alicia Elsner was named the new President and General Manager of KSDK-TV.
Richard Dyer was named the new President and General Manager of WUSA-TV.
José Antonio Herrera joined KXTX-TV as Web Editor. 
Darcy Bonfils joined WGCL-TV as Senior Executive Producer.
David Page was named Executive Producer of WOFL-TV.



November 17, 2016
At Slate, Laura Bennett and Forrest Wickman will take over as Culture Co-Editors, succeeding Dan Kois, who is on book leave. Sam Adams was named Editor of Slate’s culture blog “Brow Beat.”
Kevin Burke joined Yahoo Finance as Executive Producer.
At BuzzFeed, Kate Nocera was promoted from Managing Editor to Washington Bureau Chief, replacing John Stanton who returned to full-time reporting as Senior National Correspondent.
The New York Observer, owned by Donald J. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, ceased its print edition, and changed its name to Observer.
Nikki Finke was named Senior Columnist at Mediaite.
BuzzFeed, named Adrian Carrasquillo White House reporter, Kate Nocera bureau chief and having John Stanton move to a new role as senior national correspondent.  


FOX News Channel launched a new, one-hour program entitled “Tucker Carlson Tonight” hosted by Tucker Carlson, former Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Caller. Meghan McCain was named Host of Outnumbered.
Alex Wagner, former Senior Editor of The Atlantic, joined CBS News as Correspondent and Co-Host of “CBS This Morning; Saturday.” 
Rob Gifford, previously Senior Broadcast Producer of John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's "With All Due Respect," was named Senior Producer at CBSN.


At Deseret News, Doug Wilks was promoted from News Division Managing Editor to Editor. Doug Wilks replaces Paul Edwards, whom Gov. Gary Herbert named as Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Policy.
Cherrill Crosby was named as the new Executive Editor of the Statesman Journal. She comes from The Arizona Republic where she served as Watchdog News Director.
Jesse Drucker, previously Bloomberg News, was named Taxation and Corporate Finance Reporter at the New York Times.

News Services

Joseph Weisenthal was named Executive Editor, News at Bloomberg.com.
At Thomson Reuters, Arlyn Tobias Gajilanis was named the new Deputy Managing Editor for Operations, Americas Desk.
In mid-January, Karl Ritter will move to Rome to take on the role of Southern Europe News Director for The Associated Press.
At the Center for Public Integrity, John Dunbar, previously Deputy Executive Editor, was named CEO.
At Reuters, Arlyn Gajilan has been named deputy managing editor of operations; Paul Thomasch and Ed Tobin will lead the Americas Top News team.  
Alex Pappas, former Senior Political Reporter for The Daily Caller, joined the Washington Examiner as Breaking News Editor.
Jessie Heyman, former Deputy Culture Editor for Vogue.com, joined InStyle magazine as Digital Features Director.
Reader’s Digest named Aviva Patz Senior Digital Editor.
Effective December 1, Sascha de Gersdorff, current Deputy Editor at Women’s Health, will join the Cosmopolitan magazine as Executive Editor.
Rob DeChiaro was named Digital General Manager at GQ.
At New York magazine, David Haskell was named Editor, Business and Strategy, and Lauren Kern was named Executive Editor. 
Alexander Trowbridge, former Bloomberg Television producer for “With all Due Respect,” joined “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” as Producer.
Sharon Hoffman was named Executive Producer of Entertainment Tonight and The Inside.
Television Stations
Karen Araiza took on the role of News Director of WCSH-TV and WLBZ-TV.
On November 28, Bob Goldberger will join KNTV-TV as Assistant News Director.
WAMU-FM announced a January launch of a new show called “1A” and hosted by Joshua Johnson.
November 10, 2016

Jane Yong Kim was named culture editor for TheAtlantic.com. Current editor Sophie Gilbert will return to full-time writing as a staff writer for the Culture section. Gilbert was previously Culture Editor since Jan 2015.

The Hill's Jennifer Yingling is joining MediaDC (parent company of Weekly Standard and Washington Examiner) as audience development officer, starting December 1st.



At The New Yorker, long-time Editor John Bennet will be retiring by the end of the year. Effective November 15, Michael Luo will take on the role of Senior Editor and Investigations Editor. He previously served as Deputy Metro Editor, Investigations and Long-Form Narratives at the New York Times Metropolitan Desk. Deirdre Foley-Mendelssohn, former Executive Editor of the California Sunday Magazine, was named Senior Editor effective January 2017.

Investor's Business Daily named Edward Skolarus Chief Digital Officer.


Effective December 2016, Paul Volpe will become Executive Editor of POLITICO. He currently serves as Digital Deputy Editor, Washington Coverage at The New York Times.

Jennifer “Jennie” Tung was named Executive Editor at Martha Stewart Living.

Lauren F. Friedman joined Consumer Reports as Deputy Editor, Health.

New York magazine publisher Larry Burstein is leaving after 13 years in the role. 

November 3, 2016
Maddie Stone was promoted to Science Editor at Gizmodo.
At The Deal, Jeffrey Davis was named President. Prior to taking the job, he served as Managing Director and Global Head of Client Strategy at Barclays Investment Bank from 2014-2016.
Bess Levin, previously with Dealbreaker, is joining Vanity Fair’s The Hive as a Writer.
The Huffington Post has named Wajahat Ali, a Journalist, Lawyer, and Playwright, to Commentator Host and Contributor.  He'll co-produce video projects as well as doing hits for HuffPost's Facebook Live channel.  
Lacey Donohue, currently Deputy Executive Editor of Gizmodo Media Group, is leaving the company next month to take an editorial role at Hulu.
Reyhan Harmanci is leaving her post as Editor-in-Chief of Atlas Obscura. She has not announced her new position.
Alexandra “Alex” Wallace, previously at NBC, was named Acting Head of Video at Yahoo


At The New York Times, Radhika Jones became the new Editorial Director, Books, overseeing all book reviews and reporting to Pamela Paul, the Editor of The New York Times Book Review. Prior to taking the position at The New York Times, she served as Deputy Editor at Time magazine.
Craig Schwed, Tom Frank, Val Ellicott, Brian Tumulty, and Christopher Doering have left Gannet.
Alexis Gelber has been named Editor in Chief at Straus Media-Manhattan, a chain of community newspapers that includes titles like Our Town, The West Side Spirit and Chelsea News.
The Wall Street Journal has begun its anticipated downsizing, with plans to pare its Greater New York section down from thirty-six to sixteen staffers.

News Services

At the Associated Press, Kim Johnson Flodin was named News Editor, Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Craig Schwed, Tom Frank, Val Ellicott, Brian Tumulty, and Christopher Doering have left Gannett.  
Kaitlyn Pirie was named Associate Health Editor at Family Circle.
Time announced several appointments this week. Ashley Knierim was named Digital Operations Editor. Sade Strehlke joined as Deputy Editor for Motto. Elizabeth Murray joined as News Editor. Mahita Gajanan was named Breaking News Reporter. Julia Ryan was promoted to Senior Audience Strategy Editor.
At POLITICO, Paul Volpe was named Executive Editor. Volpe comes to the company from The New York Times, where he most recently served as Deputy Politics Editor and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief for digital. 
Radio Stations
Neal Carruth was named General Manager of Podcasting at NPR, a new position, after seventeen years in various roles at the company
October 27, 2016

VICE hired Michael Darling as Managing Editor, VICE Health. He comes to VICE from Men’s Health, where he served as a Senior Editor. Rajul Punjabi was named Wellness Editor.  

At Mashable, Foster Kamer was named Managing Editor; Jenni Ryall was promoted to Director, Editorial Programming; Dustin Drankoski was named Art Director; and Andrew Freedman was promoted to Senior Editor, Science and Special Projects.  

Curt Schilling joins Breitbart News Network as Host of a new radio show “Whatever It Takes with Curt Schilling.”    


William J. “Bill” Bratton, former New York City Police Commissioner, joined NBC News and MSNBC as Senior Law Enforcement and National Security Analyst.
Leyla Santiago was named Mexico City Correspondent for CNN.


At The Washington Post, current Jerusalem Bureau Chief William Booth was named London Bureau Chief, effective next summer.  

At The New York Times, Jim Yardley was named Europe Editor for The New York Times International Edition, succeeding Dick Stevenson, who served as Europe Editor for the past three and a half years. Stevenson’s next appointment will be announced soon. Jim Yardley was previously the Rome Bureau Chief for the paper. Greg Winter was named Deputy International Editor. The New York Times also acquired The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, online gadgets and electronics buyers’ guides. Jacqui Cheng was named Editor-in-Chief, Christopher Mascari was named Product Director and Ben French took over as Interim General Manager of the sites.  

The Decatur Herald & Review promoted Allison Petty to Digital and Special Projects Editor.


News Services

Kim Johnson Flodin was promoted to News Editor, Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma at the Associated Press.  
Karen Mracek, a Federal Reserve Board Reporter for Market News International, was promoted to Acting Managing Editor for the global news service. Jean Yung took over as Federal Reserve Board Reporter.    
Rob Daumeyer was named Interim Editor-in-Chief of the Silicon Valley Business Journal, succeeding Scott Ard who left the journal.  
At Money magazine, Adam Auriemma was named Editor of Money.com. He was Deputy Editor, Digital at Fusion.net.  
Jennifer Barthole joined Shape magazine as Senior Fashion Editor.  

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon promoted Gerard Bradford, Mike DiCenzo and Katie Hockmeyer to Producers, after the departure of current Producer Josh Lieb.  
Television Stations
Starting January 2017, Debra Juarez will join WSCV-TV as Vice President, Digital. 


October 20, 2016

Erin Keane was promoted from Culture Editor to Managing Editor at Salon.com
Anne Stanley, former managing editor of MarketWatch.com, was hired as a Senior Editor of TheStreet.com. Jerry Kronenberg, former Editor of the Boston Herald, joined as Senior Editor. Martin Baccardax was hired as London Bureau Chief.
Jessica Coen, former Editor-in-Chief of Vocativ, was named Executive Editor of Mashable.
ThinkProgress hired Ned Resnikoff and Emily Hazzard as Senior Editors.
Mike Darling was named Managing Editor and Rajul Punjabi was named Wellness Editor for VICE Health.
Gavin Purcell, Producer of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, was named Head of Video at Vox Media.  He begins his new role on November 1, 2016.
Aminatou Sow was named Editor-at-Large for Racked at Vox Media.
James E. Dunford joined PBS as Vice President of Programming and Operations.
Billy Bush, the host on NBC's "TODAY," left the show this week, following his involvement in a 2005 "Access Hollywood" videotape with Donald Trump.
Former CNN and Al Jazeera America host Ali Velshi joined MSNBC as Economics Analyst.
Ali Velshi, previously Host of Ali Velshi on Target at Al Jazeera America, was named Economic Analyst at MSNBC.
At VICELAND, James Rosenstock, previously Executive Vice President of International and Chief Corporate Development Officer, was named President of Viceland International and remains Chief Corporate Development Officer.  



At The New York Daily News, Editorial Page Editor Arthur Brown was promoted to Editor-in-Chief, succeeding Jim Rich. Eric Gertler was named Co-Chairman and Co-Publisher of the paper, sharing the position with Mortimer Zuckerman.
Arthur Gregg “A.G.” Sulzberger, the son of New York Times Publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr., was named Deputy Publisher. A.G. Sulzberger previously served as Associate Editor at the Metro Desk.


News Services

Kieran Murray, current News Editor, Latin America and the Caribbean, was named Washington Bureau Chief at Thomson Reuters effective January 2017.
Scott Mayerowitz was promoted to Editor, Digital Platform Storytelling at the Associated Press.




Zach Brand, former Vice President of Digital Media at NPR, joined The Guardian as Chief Digital Officer based in Washington, DC.


Jason Feifer was promoted from Executive Editor to Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur magazine.
Robin Hilmantel was named Site Director for Women’s Health.
At Yankee magazine, Jennifer L. Johnson was named Managing Editor.
Josh Wolk joined Esquire as Special Projects Editor, Spy, a limited re-launch of Spy magazine as a pop-up on the website.
Jessica Leigh Hester and Adam Sneed were promoted to Senior Associate Editors of Atlantic Media’s CityLab. Gracie McKenzie joined CityLab as Social Media Editor.
Tom Shone joined Newsweek as Film Critic.


Radio Stations

Arwa Gunja was named Executive Producer of The Takeaway at WNYC-FM.
October 13, 2016
Liz Heron has left her position as Executive Editor at The Huffington Post
At TheStreet.com, Anne Stanley, former Managing Editor of MarketWatch.com, was named Senior Editor based in San Francisco. Jerry Kronenberg, former Real Estate and Automotive Editor at the Boston Herald, was hired as a Senior Editor, covering investing and personal finance. Martin Baccardax was named London Bureau Chief. He previously was Deputy Managing Editor of Europe for Market News International.
Kamelia Angelova joined Mashable as Director, Emerging Platforms. She comes from Business Insider where she served as Supervising Video Producer.
Vice News launched a new finance and business news and video website, Vice Money. The channel is headed by Editor-in-Chief Matt Phillips. In addition, Nicholas Miriello, former Senior International Editor for Huffington Post, joined Vice News as Senior Editor, International.
Salon.com made several appointments this week: Alex Bhattacharji was named Executive Editor; Carrie Sheffield was named Senior Politics and Business Reporter; D. Watkins joined as Editor at Large; Chauncey DeVega was named Senior Reporter of news and politics; Jeremy Binckes joined as Cover Editor; Manny Howard joined as Deputy Editor; Alli Joseph was named Contributing Editor; Matthew Sheffield was named Political Reporter; Chris Murphey joined as a Senior Video Producer; Lauren Schiller joined as Executive Producer for Podcasts; and Josh Zepps joined as a Video Anchor. 
At Fusion, Dodai Stewart, previously Executive Editor, was named Editor-in-Chief of Fusion.net.  She succeeded Alexis Madrigal who is now Editor-at-Large for the website. 
At A+E Networks, Paul Buccieri was promoted to President, A+E Studios and A+E Networks Portfolio Group.
Four Buzzfeed political reporters joined CNN this week. Andrew Kaczynski was named Senior Editor and Political Reporter; Kyle Blaine was named Editor, Politics; and Nathan McDermott and Christopher Massie joined as Political Reporters.
Dodai Stewart was promoted to Editor-in-Chief at Fusion, succeeding Alexis Madrigal, who is returning to writing about technology as Editor-at-Large.



At Chicago Sun-Times, Chris Fusco was promoted from State of Illinois and Investigative Reporter to Managing Editor. Steve Warmbir, former Metro Editor, was named Director of Digital and Editorial Innovation.
The Wall Street Journal reorganized its editorial teams into two groups: a digital desk that will edit most stories and serve WSJ.com, mobile, Newswires and other digital platforms; and a print desk that will put together the print newspaper’s U.S. and global editions every day. Alex Martin, former News Desk Editor, was named Deputy Managing Editor of the Digital Desk and Bob Rose, former Greater New York Editor and New York Bureau Chief, was named Print Editor.
The International New York Times was renamed The New York Times International Edition.


News Services

At Bloomberg News, Brendan Murray was promoted to Managing Editor, U.S. Economy Team. In addition, Alister Bull was named Team Leader, Federal Reserve coverage; Scott Lanman was named Team Leader, U.S. Economic Indicators. Sarah McGregor was named Team Leader, U.S. Economic Policy. Ruth Pollard joined as Team Leader, South Asia Economics and Government Team based in New Delhi. David Welch was promoted to Detroit Bureau Chief and Craig Trudell is the new Automotive Team Leader in the United States.
Bloomberg Television and Bloomberg Radio announced a new 24-hour global programming lineup across TV and Radio. The television lineup starts with a flagship global morning show called Bloomberg Daybreak that will broadcast from Bloomberg’s regional hubs in Hong Kong, London and New York. Yvonne Mann and Betty Liu will continue anchoring the existing Daybreak Asia from Hong Kong and New York. Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards will anchor Daybreak Europe from London and Jonathan Ferro, Alix Steel and David Westin will anchor Daybreak Americas from New York. Bloomberg Markets Asia will be hosted by Shery Ahn, David Ingles, Haidi Lun, Rishaad Salamat and Angie Lau. Bloomberg Markets Middle East will be hosted by Yousef El Gamal El-Din in Dubai and Angie Lau in Hong Kong. Bloomberg Markets EMEA will be hosted by Guy Johnson and Caroline Hyde, and Bloomberg Markets Americas will be hosted by Mark Barton, Scarlet Fu, David Gura and Vonnie Quinn. Bloomberg Surveillance will continue to be hosted by Francine Lacqua from London and Tom Keene in New York, and Emily Chang will continue hosting Bloomberg technology from San Francisco. The global radio lineup starts with Bloomberg Daybreak, hosted by Karen Moskow and Bob Moon, followed by Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene and David Gura; Bloomberg Markets with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz; the Politics, Policy, and Power show with Amy Morris and Alan Bjerga; Bloomberg Law with co-hosts June Grasso, Michael Best and Greg Stohr; and the three-hour afternoon block of Bloomberg Markets with Carol Massar and Cory Johnson. 



Leslie Yazel, Executive Editor at Cosmopolitan, was named Editor-in-Chief at Real Simple.  She begins her new role on October 17, 2016.
At People, Sara Nathan, previously Online News Director, was named Executive Editor of People.com.
At The Atlantic, Jeffrey Goldberg, previously National Correspondent since 2007, was named Editor-in-Chief.
Susan Farkas was named President and Publisher at The Washingtonian.  She succeeds Catherine Merrill Williams who’s taking on the title of Chief Executive Officer.
Sandra Lee joined TV Guide as Columnist. Her column titled “Sandra Lee Favorites” will feature lifestyle, entertaining and cooking tips.
Tom McGrath was named interim Editor of Philadelphia magazine, following the departure of Patrick Kerkstra.
Patrick Lawrence joined The Nation as a Foreign Affairs Columnist and Contributing Writer.
Pamela R. Stevens joined Marie Claire as Washington Columnist, covering politics and culture.  The magazine also hired Colleen Leahey as Senior Editor.
At Playbill, Mark Peikert became Editor in Chief, following the departure of Editor Blake Ross. Mark Peikert was formerly the Editor-in-Chief of Backstage magazine.
At The New Republic, Laura Reston was named Managing Editor, Graham Vyse joined as Staff Writer in the Washington Bureau, and Sarah Jones joined as Social Media Editor.
Popular Science hired former Washington Post Writer Rachel Feltman as Science Editor. Former Travel and Leisure Digital Editor Amy Schellenbaum became Online Director.



Brandon Hightchew, previously Senior Account Executive at CQ Roll Call, was named Senior Relationship Manager at Leadership Directories, Inc.


TV Stations

Erik Schrader was named Vice President and General Manager of WOIO-TV/WUAB-TV.
News Content Manager Kyle Carmean was promoted to Assistant News Director at WTTG-TV.
Angel Covarrubias, Sr. joined KINC-TV as News Director.
October 6, 2016
Jim Miklaszewski, Chief Pentagon Correspondent for NBC News, retired this week.
At CNBC, Ester Bloom was named Senior Editor of CNBC Make It, a new website covering entrepreneurship.
Corey Flintoff has retired from his position as International Correspondent of Moscow at NPR after 27 years. 



Jill Jorden Spitz, a former Society of American Business Editors and Writers President, was named Editor of the Arizona Daily Star. She previously served as Senior Editor, Watchdog Reporting, Sundays and Sports at the Arizona Daily Star.


News Services

At Thomson Reuters, Tiffany Wu, former Americas Desk Editor, was promoted to Managing Editor for News, Americas.
The McClatchy Company named Andrew Pergam Vice President, Video and New Ventures.  



At Vanity Fair, Jessica Diehl was promoted from Fashion and Style Director to Creative Director for Fashion and Style.
Samuel P. Jacobs, who served as Assistant Managing Editor for Time.com since 2014, was promoted to Executive Editor, Time Digital.
Patrick Lawrence Smith, previously a Contributing Writer at Salon.com, was named a Contributing Writer at The Nation.
Noreen O’Leary, a Staff Writer at Adweek for the past 31 years, passed away after battling with cancer. 
At Field & Stream, Colin Kearns, previously Senior Deputy Editor, was named Editor-in-Chief.  He succeeds Anthony Licata who will remain Editorial Director of the Bonnier Lifestyle Group.



At S&P Global Platts, Martin Fraenkel was appointed as President. 


September 29, 2016

Andrew Golis was named General Manager of Vox.com at Vox Media.

At the Independent Journal Review, Maegan Vazquez, previously Political Reporter, was named Deputy News Editor.



At CNN, Marcus Mabry was named Director, Mobile and Off-Platform Team and Christina Cuesta Kline was named Senior Editor, Mobile.

Effective October 9, Jane Pauley joins CBS Sunday Morning as Anchor, succeeding Charles Osgood.

At NPR, Guy Raz, Host of TED Radio Hour, was named Host of the “How I Built This” podcast.

Jane Pauley, former Anchor of NBC News Today and Dateline, was named Anchor of CBS Sunday Morning at CBS News.  She begins her new role on October 9, 2016.

Martin Bashir was named Religious Affairs Correspondent at British Broadcasting Corporation



At the Los Angeles Times, Mary McNamara, previously Television Critic and Senior Culture Editor, was named Assistant Managing Editor for Arts and Entertainment.


News Services

Kibi Anderson joined Bloomberg.com as the new Head of Digital Strategy and Business Development.



Don Seiffert was promoted from Life Sciences Editor to Managing Editor at the Boston Business Journal.

At InStyle, Kristina Rutkowski, former Market Editor for Fashion and Beauty at Self Magazine, was named Market Editor and Ruthie Friedlander was named Site Director.

At Bloomberg Pursuits, Troy Patterson was named Style Editor.

Brides Magazine promoted Managing Editor Molly Janik Gulati to Executive Editor. Jill Sieracki joined Brides Magazine as Senior Features Editor.

Dan Q. Dao joined Saveur as Deputy Digital Editor.


TV Stations

Steve Bailey joined WCIU-TV as Head of Local Programming and Creative.



September 22, 2016

Bloomberg News hires a new Global Head of Digital


Emily McCombs, previously Executive Editor at Elite Daily, was named Editorial Director of the Parents Section at The Huffington Post Media Group.

Myles Udland, Global Markets Correspondent at Business Insider, was named Writer covering financial markets, economics, and personal finance at Yahoo News.  He begins his new role on October 17, 2016.

Erin Gloria Ryan, previously Deputy Editor at Vocativ, was named Senior Editor at The Daily Beast.

Carl Franzen, previously Online Director at Popular Science, was named Managing Editor of Motherboard at VICE.

At The Huffington Post Media Group, Laura Raquel Manzo was named Editor-in-Chief of Huffington Post México and Alejandro Angeles was named Managing Editor.

Laura Prudom, former News Editor at Variety, joined the Mashable Los Angeles Bureau as TV Editor.



At Fusion, Laura Wides-Munoz, previously Director of News Practices, was named Vice President of Special Projects and Editorial Strategy, while Tom Shroder and Lynn Medford were named Standards Editors.

At CNN, Brekke Fletcher, previously Managing Editor of WSJ Magazine at The Wall Street Journal, was named Executive Editor of Travel for CNN.com and Jon Ostrower, previously Aerospace Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, was named Aviation Editor.  Ostrower begins his new role on October 13, 2016. 

Effective November 4, 2016, NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday Host Rachel Martin will join Steve Inskeep and David Greene as a Host of NPR’s Morning Edition. Rachel Martin will succeed Renee Montagne, who announced earlier this summer that she planned to leave the program after the presidential election. Montagne will continue as a Special Correspondent for the network.  Lulu Garcia-Navarro, currently the NPR’s South America Correspondent in Rio de Janeiro, will replace Rachel Martin as Host of the Weekend Edition Sunday effective January 2017.



Brenda Rodriguez has left her position as Arts and Entertainment Editor at the Los Angeles Times after only 6 months. 

Rosanne Cheeseman was named Publisher at The State Journal-Register.

Jillian Jorgensen, previously Senior Politics Editor at the New York Observer, was named Features Manager at amNewYork.  She begins her new role on October 3, 2016.

Robert Reed was named Business Columnist for the Chicago Tribune. He is a former Programming Director for the Better Government Association and Editor of Crain’s Chicago Business magazine.

At The New York Post, Travel, Home and Real Estate Editor David Kaufman expanded his role to Co-Editor in Chief of the Post’s Alexa magazine, overseeing culture, lifestyle and real estate.  Serena French was named Co-Editor in Chief of Alexa, overseeing fashion.

At The New York Times, International Editor Joseph “Joe” Kahn was named Managing Editor and Michael Slackman was promoted from International Managing Editor to International Editor, succeeding Joe Kahn.

At The Wall Street Journal, Real Time Economics Editor Brian Hershberg was named Wealth Management Editor. Erik Holm took on the role of Editor, Real-Time Markets. 


News Services

M. Scott Havens was named Global Head of Digital at Bloomberg News.

Daniel Golden, Managing Editor of Education and Enterprise at Bloomberg News, was named Senior Editor at ProPublica.  He begins his new role on October 3, 2016.

Delano R. Massey was named Ohio News Editor at Associated Press.  He begins his new role on October 3, 2016 and will be located in Cleveland, Ohio. 



At The Times of London, James Dean was named Business Editor at the New York Bureau of the paper.

September 15, 2016
Fusion boosts investigations team, announces several key hires
At Vox.com, Christopher Shea becomes Senior Editor, The Big Idea.
Hannah Yi, previously a Producer of PBS Newshour at Public Broadcasting Service, was named Video Journalist at Quartz.
Leon H. Wolf, Managing Editor at Redstate.com, was named Managing Editor at The Blaze.  He begins his new role on October 3, 2016.

CNN and CNNMoney made several appointments to their international editorial teams. Rishi Iyengar was named India Editor of CNNMoney, succeeding Charles Riley who became Europe Digital Editor based in London. Marian Lui joined CNNMoney as Senior Multiplatform Editor and Sherisse Pham joined as Business and Technology Reporter in Hong Kong. Zahraa Alkhalisi was named Digital Reporter for CNNMoney in Dubai. CNN hired Melissa Bell as International Correspondent in the Paris Bureau.
Carlos Watson, Host of the PBS program “Point Taken,” was named public member of NPR’s Board of Directors.
Alfred Ng, previously Associate Engagement Editor at The Daily News, was named Staff Reporter at CNET.

At the Sun Sentinel, former Business Editor Randy Roguski was promoted to Metro Editor.
Laura Gunderson, former Investigative Reporter at The Oregonian, was named Editorial Page Editor.
Sara Glines, former President and Publisher of the York Daily Record and the Lebanon Daily News, was named President and Publisher of The News & Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Kirsten Stromsodt, former Deputy Editor at Fargo Forum, joined North Dakota’s Grand Forks Herald as Editor.
New York Post announced several changes to the paper’s editorial team. Holly Ware, the Deputy Business Editor of the New York Post, was named the Deputy Web Editor. Fashion Editor Serena French and Travel and Home Editor David Kaufman were promoted to Co-Editors in Chief of Alexa, the Post’s luxury supplement. Juan Rodriguez, former Assistant Managing Editor, was named Editor of the Monday paper. Rick Eng was named Editor, Morning Editions, Sunday through Thursday, Susan Hopkins was named Night Editor, Sunday through Thursday, and Steve Hillman took over as Night Editor, Friday and Saturday.
At The Washington Post, Coleen O’Lear became Editorial Director, Emerging News Products and Benjamin Pillow was appointed Deputy Editorial Director, Emerging News Products.
Adam Entous, National Security Reporter at The Wall Street Journal, was named National Security Reporter at The Washington Post.  He begins his new role on October 17, 2016.

Mark Bergen, previously Senior Editor at Re/Code, was named Technology Reporter of Bloomberg Tech at Bloomberg News.

Keith Olbermann, former ESPN and MSNBC Host, joined GQ magazine as Special Correspondent and Host of a new political program "The Closer with Keith Olbermann."
At The Atlantic, Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg was promoted from Executive Producer, Atlantic Video to General Manager and Executive Producer of Atlantic Studios.
Justine Harman was named Senior Editor at Glamour. She was former Assistant Features Editor at Elle magazine.
Caitlin Roper, previously Articles Editor at Wired, was named Special Project Editor at The New York Times Magazine.

Dr. Jennifer Ashton was named Chief Women's Health Contributor on 'The Dr. Oz Show.'  Ashton continues to serve as Chief Women's Health Correspondent for ABC News.

Joanna Coles, previously Editor-in-Chief at Cosmopolitan since 2012, was named Chief Content Officer at Hearst Magazines.

WPLG-TV added a Local 10 News at 9 am newscast anchored anchored by Eric Yutzy and Jacey Birch, with meteorologist Julie Durda and traffic reporter Nicole Perez.
Jesse Fray was named News Director at KSNT-TV. 
September 8, 2016
Fusion boosts investigations team, annouces several key hires
At Fusion, Justine Gubar, previously Producer of Outside the Lines at ESPN, inc. since 2000, was named Supervising Producer of Investigations, Catherine Dunn was named Investigative Reporter, and Deirdra Funcheon was named Digital Investigations Writer. 

Charlie Cooper, previously Whitehall and Health Correspondent at The Independent, was named Brexit Reporter at POLITICO Europe based in London. 

Ellen Levine is leaving her position as Editorial Director of Hearst Magazines at the end of 2016.
September 1, 2016
Charles Osgood retiring as Anchor of CBS Sunday Morning
At VICE, Alberto Riva has left his position as Managing Editor of Vice News and Mary H.K. Choi was named Culture Correspondent for Vice News Tonight.  Choi begins her new role when the show airs on September 26, 2016. 
At The Stir, Beth Stebner was named Senior Lifestyle and Beauty Editor.
Effective September 16, Jason Howerton will join the Independent Journal Review after serving as International Managing Editor at The Blaze.

Charles Osgood is retiring as Anchor of CBS Sunday Morning at CBS News after 22 years.  His last day will be September 25, 2016 and he will continue to Anchor his show on CBS Radio. 
Dan Arnall, previously Deputy Head of Global Television at Bloomberg Television, was named Executive Producer of NBC Nightly News, Weekend Edition at NBC News.
Marian Atencio, former Anchor and Correspondent for Fusion, joined MSNBC as Correspondent.

The Washington Post announced that Griff Witte, current London Bureau Chief, will become Berlin Bureau Chief effective next summer. He will succeed Anthony Faiola, who will become South America and the Caribbean Bureau Chief.
At the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Luis Fabregas was promoted from Deputy Managing Editor to Editor, following the departure of longtime Editor Frank Craig and Managing Editor Jim Cuddy.

William S. “Bill” Grueskin has left his position as Executive Editor of Training at Bloomberg News to teach at the Columbia Journalism School.

Rolling Stone Contributing Editor Joe Levy joined The Village Voice as Editor-in-Chief. He will continue to contribute to Rolling Stone while he fills in at the Voice.
Mark McClusky, former Head of Product and Development at Wired, was named the new Digital Editor for the Sports Illustrated Group, which includes Sports Illustrated, Golf, SI Kids and SI Swimsuit.
Audubon magazine named Andrew Del-Colle Web Director.
Mike Conklin was named Senior Editor for Men's Journal Online.
At InStyle, Jennifer Ferrise was promoted to Senior Features Editor and Samantha Simon was promoted to Assistant Editor.
Crain’s Detroit Business hired Carlos Portocarrero as its Digital Editor.
Theresa Hennessey has left her position as Vice President of Public Relations at Playboy.

Stephanie Adrouny was named Vice President, News at KNTV-TV.
At KRIV-TV, Susan M. Schiller was named Vice President and News Director.

August 25, 2016
BuzzFeed announces reorganization into two distinct departments
Bubba Atkinson has left his position as Editor-in-Chief at the Independent Journal Review.
Yochi J. Dreazen, Managing Editor of News at Foreign Policy, was named Deputy Managing Editor of Foreign Affairs at Vox Media.  He begins his new role on September 6, 2016.
Carole Robinson, previously Executive Vice President of Corporate and Marketing Communications at Viacom Inc., was named Chief Communications Officer at Buzzfeed.  She begins her new role on September 6, 2016.
BuzzFeed announced it will separate itself into two distinct departments: BuzzFeed News, led by Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith, and BuzzFeed Entertainment Group, led by Ze Frank, who also serves as President of BuzzFeed Motion Pictures.

Nancy Han, previously Executive Producer of ABC News Now at ABC News, was named Senior Producer of CBS This Morning at CBS News.
Ashleigh Banfield, Anchor of Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield and CNN Newsroom at CNN, was named a Host of her own show at HLN.  Banfield’s last day at CNN is September 23, 2016 and she will take over Nancy Grace’s show on October 17, 2016.
Steve Paulus is leaving his position as Senior Vice President of News and Local Programming at New York 1 News.  His last day will be on August 31, 2016.
Effective October 17, CNN Anchor Ashleigh Banfield will join HLN as the host of a new show.
At CNN, Kirsten Powers joined as a Political Analyst.
Effective September 10, Soledad O’Brian will join Hearst Television as a Host of a new political magazine program “Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien.”
The NFL Network launched a new daily morning show, “Good Morning Football,” with Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Nate Burleson and Peter Schrager as Hosts and Ted Winner and Michael Davies as Executive Producers. 

Lilia Castillo Jones, Publisher of the Valley Morning Star since 2012, was named President and Publisher of the El Paso Times and the Las Cruces Sun-News.  Her last day at the Valley Morning Star in on September 16, 2016 and she begins her new role on September 19, 2016.
Effective August 29, Paul Davies returns to the Philadelphia Inquirer as Deputy Op-Ed Editor. He served as Deputy Op-Ed Editor from 2007-2011.
Former Denver Post Reporter Zahira Torres was named Investigative Editor at the El Paso Times.
Wayne Allyn Root will join Las Vegas Review-Journal as a Columnist, beginning September 7.
At the Decatur Herald & Review, Joel Fletcher was named General Manager, succeeding Gary Sawyer, who joined Iowa State University as lecturer in the journalism and mass communication department. Scott Perry was named Interim Editor.
At the Washington Post, former Deputy Business Editor David Cho was promoted to Business Editor and former Policy Editor Zachary Goldfarb was promoted to Deputy Business Editor.
Effective January 2017, Andrew Dowell, currently Deputy Business Editor at The Wall Street Journal, will assume the position of Editor for Asia Pacific and Editor-in-Chief of The Wall Street Journal Asia based in Hong Kong. Dowell succeeds Paul Beckett, who will become the Journal’s Washington Bureau Chief next year.
At The Kansas City Star, Colleen McCain Nelson was named Editorial Page Editor effective late November 2016. She currently serves as White House Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Her husband Eric Nelson was named Assistant Managing Editor, Digital.

At the Associated Press, E. Eduardo Castillo was named Deputy News Director, Production, Latin America and Caribbean and Maeva Bambuck was named Planning Director, Latin America and Caribbean. They are both based in Mexico City.

Don Banks is leaving his position as Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated.  His last day will be on September 2, 2016. 
Kristin van Ogtrop is leaving her position as Editor-in-Chief after 13 years at Real Simple.  Her last day will be on September 2, 2016 and Sarah Collins, Executive Editor, will gain the title of Interim Editor-in-Chief until a permanent replacement is found. 
Meg Garner was named Money Reporter at the Nashville Business Journal
Jane Keltner de Valle, previously Fashion News Director at Glamour, was named Style Director at Architectural Digest.  She begins her new role on September 6, 2016.
At the Washington Business Journal, Michael Neibauer, previously a Senior Staff Reporter, was named Associate Editor of Real Estate.
Linda Wells, Editor-at-Large at The Cut, was named Contributing Editor at Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, and Town & Country.
Jessica Murphy was named Managing Director of Runner’s World.
Dania Ortiz was promoted to Fashion Director at Self magazine.
Former Cars Content Development Team Leader at the Consumer Report Mark Rechtin joined Motor Trend magazine as Executive Editor.
Effective August 29, Laura Brown, former Executive Editor at the Harper’s Bazaar, will join InStyle as Editor-in-Chief.
Kyle Munzenrieder was named Digital News Editor at W magazine.

The McLaughlin Group has been cancelled after the show’s creator, executive producer and host, John McLaughlin, died.  The show last aired on August 19, 2016.
Former NPR Producer Alicia Montgomery joined WAMU-FM to serve as the newsroom’s Editorial Director.
Dave Thomason was named General Manager at WAFF-TV.
Dominic Mancuso has left his position as Vice President and General Manager at WOIO-TV/WUAB-TV.
Mike Oliveira, formerly News Director at WPXI-TV, was named News Director at WFXT-TV.
August 11, 2016
Anne Urda named Editor-in-Chief of Law360.com
At Law360.com, Anne Urda, previously Co-Managing Editor, is replacing Cat Fredenburgh as Editor-in-Chief.
Tim Molloy, Deputy Managing Editor at The Wrap, was promoted to Executive Editor.

Isaias Alvarado, former Reporter at La Opinión, joined Univision Digital as Reporter.
At Telemundo, Leticia Herrera, formerly Executive Producer of “Noticiero Telemundo,” was assigned to be the next Executive Producer of “Enfoque,” the weekly political show. Gemma García succeeded Ms. Herrera as Executive Producer of “Noticiero Telemundo.” Vanessa Pombo was named Senior Director, Business, News Division.

Adam Goldman, National Security Reporter at The Washington Post, was named National Security Reporter at The New York Times.  He begins his new role at the end of August 2016 and will be covering the FBI and Counterterrorism. 
Effective January 2017, Gerald F. “Jerry” Seib, the long-time Washington Bureau Chief of The Wall Street Journal, will transition into the role of Executive Washington Editor and Chief Commentator. In this new role Jerry Seib will continue to write the Capital Journal column and will contribute commentary on US foreign policy and international relations. He will also be involved in the journal’s events and conferences business and in its video unit. Paul Beckett, currently serving as Editor-in-Chief of The Wall Street Journal Asia based in Hong Kong will succeed Mr. Seib as Washington Bureau Chief and a Deputy Managing Editor.
Gannett continues to expand USA TODAY Network, the recently-formed group which unites its local and national brands. Manny Garcia, who had a long career with The Miami Herald as Editor and was most recently Editor of the Naples Daily News, was named East Region Executive Editor.  Amalie Nash, who worked for the Des Moines Register as Editor and Vice President for Audience Engagement, was named West Region Executive Editor for the nationwide network of newspapers. Katrice Hardy, former Managing Editor of The Virginia-Pilot, was promoted to Southeast Regional Editor.
At The Washington Post, T.J. Ortenzi was named Facebook Live Editor. Anthony Faiola will take over as South America and the Caribbean Bureau Chief in June of next year and will be based in Miami. He is currently Berlin Bureau Chief. Kareem Fahim will become The Washington Post Istanbul Bureau Chief next month.
Following the sale of the Lawrence Journal-World to Ogden Newspapers, General Manager Scott Stanford was appointed Publisher, succeeding Dolph C. Simons Jr., whose family has owned and operated the paper for the past 125 years.
Katie Wadington was promoted from News Director to Editor of the Ashville Citizen-Times.
At The New York Times, Declan Walsh, the paper’s Cairo Bureau Chief, is temporarily assigned to cover the U.S. elections.
At The Daily Herald in Everett, Scott Smith was promoted to Local News Editor, Eric Stevick was promoted to Deputy Local News Editor and Diana Hefley was named Editor and Reporter.
Katherine Spiers joined the LA Weekly as Food Editor.

Emily Williams has left her position as Publisher at the Texas Observer
Chris Vogel, previously Articles Editor, was named Editor-in-Chief at Boston Magazine.  Brittany Jasnoff was named Executive Editor and Shaula Clark was named Managing Editor at the Magazine. 
Kris Viesselman was appointed Vice President and Editor-in-Chief at Roll Call. Kris Viesselman replaces Melinda Henneberger, who left the organization. David Hawkings was promoted to Senior Congressional Editor; Adriel Bettelheim was promoted to Managing Editor, Enterprise of both CQ and Roll Call; David Meyers was named Vice President, Business Operations; and Gillian Roberts was named Visual Reporting Editor.
Rebecca Milzoff joined the Billboard magazine as Features Editor.
At POLITICO, Poppy MacDonald, the Publisher and President of the National Journal, was named President, U.S. Operations. She starts this September. Jessica Cuellar was promoted to Director of Production and Operation of POLITICOPro. G. Robert Hillman, formerly Senior Editor, Defense, was named Senior Editor of POLITICOPro. Tanya Snyder was named Transportation Reporter, and Ashley Gold joined as Technology Reporter.
Terry Atlas was named Editor of Arms Control Today.
Jim Hammerand was named the Managing Editor of the Puget Sound Business Journal in Seattle.

Rick Joyce was named Interim Executive Producer of “Entertainment Tonight” and “The Insider,” succeeding Brad Bessey, who left the programs.

At the American City Business Journals, Mark Mensheha was named Director, National News Desk. He was previously Assistant Managing Editor at the Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal. Craig Douglas, the Managing Editor of the Boston Business Journal, was named Director, Editorial Data Analysis. Beth Hunt was promoted to Director, Editorial Recruitment and Development. Joanne Skoog became Director, Editorial Operations and Haley Correll became Director, Editorial Engagement and Tools. Ed Stych was named Editor, Digital-Only Publications and David Arnott became Editor, National News Desk. Lastly, Ari Fermaglich was named Manager, Editorial Analytics.

Dave Strickland was named News Director at KPRC-TV. 
August 5, 2016
Vice News Tonight to debut in September
At Vox Media, Melissa Bell, former Vice President, Growth and Analytics, was promoted to Publisher. In addition, Austin Walker was appointed Editor-in-Chief of Vice Gaming, the new Vice vertical focused on video games news.
Vice Media’s new nightly half-hour show on HBO called “Vice News Tonight” will debut on September 26. Vice hired Shawna Thomas as Washington Bureau Chief. Ms. Thomas comes from NBC News, where she serves as Senior Editor for “Meet the Press.”
At Business Insider, Alyson Shontell, former Deputy Editor, Technology, Science and Entertainment, was promoted to Editor-in-Chief, US. Matt Rosoff, Business Insider Executive Editor and West Coast Bureau Chief, will now add the responsibility of Global Tech Editor, overseeing the global tech, science, and innovation team.

Newt Gingrich returned to the FOX News Channel as Political Contributor.
Eduardo Suñol was named Vice President, Digital News for Telemundo, reporting to Luis Fernandez, Executive Vice President of Network News.
Skip Bayless joined Fox Sports Net, Inc. as Host of a new show, yet to be announced.
Fox News Channel hired Taya Kyle as Contributor.
Errol Cockfield joined MSNBC as Senior Vice President, Communications.
Sara Haines joins 'The View' at ABC as Co-Host.  Jedediah Bila and Sunny Hostin will also join the show as Co-Hosts.

Nick Mathews has left his position as Editor of The Daily Progress
Michael C. Bender, previously Senior Political Reporter at Bloomberg News, was named Politics Reporter at The Wall Street Journal.  He is based in the Washington Bureau. 
Shreveport Times announced that Jeff Gauger, former Editor and Publisher for The News & Record, was named Executive Editor. He succeeds Alison Bath, who left the paper this year to take the position of Managing Editor for the Yakima Herald-Republic. In addition, Barbara Leader joined as Watchdog and Storytelling Coach and Michele Marcotte was promoted to Engagement Editor and Features Strategist.
At The Daily Progress, Wesley “Wes” P. Hester will take on the role of Editor, starting this September. Mr. Hester comes from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, where he served as Deputy Metro Editor.
At The Wall Street Journal, Patrick McGroarty, former Senior Economics and Politics Reporter for the journal at the Africa Bureau, was appointed Deputy Bureau Chief in the Chicago Bureau.
Paul Huntsman, the new owner and Publisher of the Salt Lake Tribune, made his first editorial appointment this week. He replaced the longtime Editor Terry Orme with Jennifer Napier-Pearce. Ms. Napier-Pearce served as Multimedia Reporter for the paper since 2013 and previously worked for KUER-FM as News Director and Anchor.
Des Moines Register named Carol Hunter Interim Editor. She currently serves as Executive News Director.
Frederick “Bro” Krift was named Executive Editor at the Montgomery Advertiser.

Tim Grieve, Head of News Strategies, was named Vice President of News at The McClatchy Company.  He begins his new role on October 4, 2016 and will be based in Washington. 
Greg Erlandson was named Director and Editor-in-Chief of the Catholic News Service.
Andres R. Martinez was named Buenos Aires Bureau Chief at Bloomberg News.

David Herszenhorn, previously Congressional Correspondent at The New York Times, was named Chief Brussels Correspondent at POLITICO Europe. 
Jim Halterman was named West Coast Bureau Chief at TV Guide.  He is based in Los Angeles. 
Casey Harper, previously a Reporter at The Daily Caller, was named Healthcare Reporter for The Hill Extra at The Hill
Effective September 5, Kyle Pope will become the next Editor and Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review.
TV Guide named Jim Halterman West Coast Bureau Chief.
At Fortune, Michelle Toh, former Night Editor in the Hong Kong Bureau, was promoted to Hong Kong Editor.
Jeremy Keehn, former News and Politics Editor for newyorker.com, joined Bloomberg Businessweek as Features Editor. Prior to his position at the New Yorker, he served as Digital Director and Editor at Harper’s Magazine.
At Government Executive, Christine Mitchell was named Digital General Manager, succeeding Bridget Forbes who was promoted to Senior Director, Digital Strategy and Operations.
Rob Eder, Editor-in-Chief of Drug Store News, was promoted to Associate Publisher and Editor-in-Chief.
July 28, 2016
Roger Ailes resigns from Fox News 
Michael Learmonth, who was laid off by the International Business Times last month, was hired by Vice News as its News Director.
Effective August 16, Damon Beres will join Mashable as Deputy Technology Editor, after serving as Senior Tech Editor at The Huffington Post.
Roger Ailes resigned as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.
At NPR, Bryant Urstadtas was named Senior Editor of Planet Money. Bryant was formerly Associate Features Editor at Bloomberg Businessweek.
Joseph Abruzzese is stepping down from his position as President of Advertising Sales at the Discovery Networks at the end of 2016.  He has held this position for the last 14 years. 
Frances M. Townsend, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Government and Legal and Business Affairs at MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated, was named Senior National Security Analyst at CBS News.
Suzanne Daley, previously Europe Correspondent, was named Associate Editor of International Print at The New York Times
Matt Viser, previously National Political Reporter, was named Deputy Bureau Chief of the Washington bureau at the Boston Globe.
John Simons, former Enterprise Editor of International Business Times, was named Deputy Bureau Chief, Management at The Wall Street Journal.
At The Morning Call, Robert York was named Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, replacing the retired David Erdman.
Effective September 1, David Filipov will join The Washington Post as Moscow Bureau Chief. He comes from the Boston Globe where he serves as Living/Arts Reporter for boston.com.
Dr. Elisabeth “Libby” Rosenthal was named Editor-in-Chief of Kaiser Health News.  She will replace John Fairhall and begins her new role at the beginning of September 2016.
Tom Junod, previously Writer-at-Large at Esquire, was named Senior Writer at ESPN The Magazine.
Dan Shafer was named Reporter at Milwaukee Business Journal.  He will be covering tourism and manufacturing.
Scott Downs, previously General Manager at the Lebanon Daily News, was named Publisher at the Central Penn Business Journal.   
Eric Hagerman, previously Special Projects Editor at This Old House for the past six years, was named Content Development Team Leader at Consumer Reports
Kate N. Krader, previously Restaurant Editor at Food & Wine, was named Food Editor at Bloomberg Pursuits.
Lincoln Mitchell has resign from his position as National Political Correspondent at the New York Observer
Kevin White has left his position as Group Publisher of Health and Cooking Light.  He had been Group Publisher for the past five years.
Jamie Martin was promoted from Director, Digital Initiatives to Editor-in-Chief of Experience Life.
Marisa LaScala, former Associated Editor of Working Mother, was named News Editor at Parents Magazine.
Effective September 1, Rupert Allman, Executive Producer of The Takeaway at WNYC-AM/FM, will join WAMU-FM as Executive Producer of a new WAMU show to succeed The Diane Rehm Show.
Jim Parsons was promoted to News Director at WTAE-TV
July 22, 2016
Michael Cieply joins Deadline Hollywood as Executive Editor 
Effective August 1, Michael Cieply, The New York Times Media Reporter, will join Deadline Hollywood as Executive Editor.
Mashable named Anne-Marie Tomchak Editor of Mashable UK and Jerico Mandybur as Editor of Mashable Australia.
At International Business Times, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of IBT Media Etienne Uzac resigned from that post and became Chairman. Dev Pragad was named Chief Executive Officer, North America for IBT Media and Chief Executive Officer for Newsweek.
Mediaite appointed Joe DePaolo Sports Media Editor.
At Gizmodo, Mario Aguilar was promoted from News Editor to Managing Editor.
Adrianne Jeffries has left her position as Managing Editor of Motherboard at VICE.

After being appointed permanent Saturday Anchor for the NBC Nightly News, José Diaz-Balart leaves his anchor position at MSNBC. He will continue to anchor Noticiero Telemundo and host the Telemundo program Enfoque.

At Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Daniel A. Norselli was promoted from Digital Sales Director to President and Publisher, succeeding Michael G. Kane who was promoted to President of the East Group at Gannett Co., Inc.
Donna Gordon Blankinship, former Education, Science, Philanthropy and Health reporter for the Associate Press, joined the Seattle Times as an Editorial Writer.

Tyler Cowen was named a Staff Columnist for Bloomberg View at Bloomberg News

Breakingviews.com hired Sara Silver as Financial Columnist.

Former Chief Political Correspondent for the Morning Consult Reid Wilson returned to The Hill as National Correspondent. Reid Wilson worked for The Hill as Reporter prior to joining The Hotline and serving as Editor-in-Chief from 2010-2013.
Effective August 15, Adam Serwer will join The Atlantic as Politics and Policy Deputy Editor, after serving as National Editor at Buzzfeed. He succeeds Sacha Zimmerman Scoblic who will become Features Editor at TheAtlantic.com. Former Associate Editor at Foreign Policy Siddhartha Mahanta will join the magazine as Deputy Editor, Global Sections.
Gotham Magazine appointed Lynn Scotti Kassar Publisher.
At Forbes, Michael Federle was promoted from Chief Operating Officer to President and Chief Operating Officer of Forbes Media.  Michael S. “Mike” Perlis will retain the title of Chief Executive Officer of Forbes Media and will assume the additional role of Executive Chairman.
At Fortune, Andrew Nusca, Stephen Gandel and Pam Kruger were each named Deputy Digital Editor of Fortune.com.
Chris Legaspi was named Menswear Editor at Vanity Fair.
Dori Katz was promoted to Beauty and Fashion Director at Family Circle magazine.
Susan Ferber was named Associate Publisher of Prevention magazine and Rodale’s Organic Life magazine.
Effective July 29, Drug Store News Publisher Wayne Bennett will leave the company to pursue other interests. He will be succeeded by Eric Savitch.
Erica Teichert, previously DC Bureau Chief at Law360, was named New York Bureau Chief at Modern Healthcare.
July 14, 2016
Evan McMorris Santoro joins Vice's HBO Nightly Show as Political Correspondent 
At Gizmodo, Eve Peyser was named Night Editor.
At RealClearPolitics, A.B. Stoddard joined as Associate Editor.
Evan McMorris Santoro, current White House Reporter for BuzzFeed, is leaving the digital company at the end of July to join Vice's HBO Nightly Show as Political Correspondent. Alex Thompson, former Editorial Assistant to Maureen Dowd at the New York Times, joins Vice News in August as Politics and Policy Editor.
At Jezebel, Joanna Rothkopf was promoted from Staff Writer to Features Editor.
Garrett Murch, former Communications Advisor for Sen. Jeff Sessions, was named Senior Editor at LifeZette.
At CBS News, former CNN Senior Editorial Producer Albert Lewitinn joined CBSN as Executive Producer. Tony Dokoupil, a former Greenhouse Host at MSNBC, will join as Correspondent in August.
At Univision, Isaac Lee was promoted to Chief News, Entertainment & Digital Officer.
At NPR, Israel Smith was named Senior Director, Promotion and Audience Development and Steve Nelson was named Director, Programming.
Melissa Harris-Perry joined the BET Networks as a Special Correspondent.
Paul Blake, previously a Writer and Producer at British Broadcasting Corporation, was named Business Reporter for ABCNews.com at ABC News.
At The New York Times, Marc Lacey, former Deputy National Editor, was promoted to National Editor. Lisa Tobin, former Senior Podcast Producer for WBUR-FM, was named Executive Producer, Audio for the NYT Audio Unit.
In August of this year, The Jackson Sun Executive Editor Steve Coffman will join The Wichita Eagle as Executive Editor.
At USA Today, Chris Davis, formerly Deputy Managing Editor, Investigations and Data Journalism for the Tampa Bay Times, was named Vice President, Investigative Reporting for the USA Today Network, reporting to Chief Content Officer Joanne Lipman.
At Tampa Bay Times, Jeff Harrington returned to the Business Desk as Economy Watchdog, after serving as Deputy Editor, Government and Politics. Assistant Metro Editor Michael Van Sickler replaced Jeff Harrington as Government and Politics Editor. Mike Sherman, former Sports Editor of The Oklahoman, will join Tampa Bay Times as Sports Editor this August.
Rory Smith was named Chief Soccer Correspondent at The New York Times.  He begins his new role on September 5, 2016 and will be based in London.
Katie Schaefer was named Editor of the Oshkosh Northwestern.  
At Thomson Reuters, Don Durfee was appointed Managing Editor for Operations, Americas. Martin Howell, former Deputy Editor for the Americas, was named Asia Top News Editor based in Singapore. 
John Hillkirk, previously Senior Editor of Investigations at USA Today, was named Senior Enterprise Reporter at Kaiser Health News
Mark Miller, previously Managing Editor at Marketplace, was named Editor of Bloomberg LIVE at Bloomberg News.
Yolanda Wikiel joined Redbook as Deputy Editor.
Lauren Christensen joined Harper’s Bazaar as an Associate Features Editor.
Kyra Kyles, formerly Vice President and Head of Digital Content at JET and Ebony, was promoted to Editor-in-Chief and Head of Digital Content.
At Men’s Health, Chris Peel, former National Advertising Director, was promoted to Associate Publisher.
At POLITICO, Carrie Budoff Brown was named Editor, replacing Susan Glasser after the 2016 election. Brown currently serves as Managing Editor of POLITICO Europe in Brussels.
At Allure, Gerilyn Manago joined as Senior Social Media Editor and Rachel Jacoby Zoldan joined as Deputy Digital Editor.
At The Magazine Antiques, Gregory Cerio was appointed Editor. He succeeded Elizabeth Pochoda who remained as Contributor.
At Women’s Wear Daily, Louise Coolick was named Beauty Director.
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke has left her position as Senior Editor at the New York Observer.  She had been at the Observer since 2012. 
July 1, 2016
Corey Lewandowski joins CNN as Political Commentator 
At Quartz, Georgia Frances King was named Ideas Editor; Sari Zeidler joined as Global Growth Editor; and Alice Truong was promoted to Deputy Growth Editor for Asia and India.
Alissa Walker, Senior Writer at Gizmodo, was named Urbanism Editor at Curbed, Vox Media.  She will be based in Los Angeles and begins her new role on July 11, 2016.
Marie Le Conte was named Politics and Media Reporter at Buzzfeed UK. 
Corey Lewandowski, former Campaign Manager of the Trump Campaign, joined CNN as Political Commentator. Samantha Murphy Kelly was named Technology Editor.
At The Bulletin, Erik Lukens was named Editor. He was previously the Editorial Page Editor at The Oregonian.
At USA Today, Managing Editor Patty Michalski was named Interim Editor-in-Chief taking over for David Callaway who joined TheStreet, Inc. John Brecher was appointed Executive Story Editor, USA Today Network.
At the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Leslie Frisbee was named Director, Content Strategy, Don Chareunsy was named Senior Editor, Arts and Entertainment and Robin Leach was hired as Entertainment Journalist for the newly-formed Niche Division, which will focus on entertainment news.
At the Decatur Herald & Review, Scott Perry was promoted from Business Editor to Managing Editor.
The New York Times named Nancy Gauss Executive Director of Video.
At the Plain Dealer, Editor George Rodrigue was promoted to General Manager and Editor and Timothy Warsinskey was named Managing Editor.
Don Shelton, Sports Editor of the Seattle Times, was promoted to Editor.
Roy Biondi was named Publisher of The Globe Gazette and the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Gordon McLeod is leaving his position as Publisher of Newsday.  His last day is July 2, 2016.
Lisa Tobin, previously Senior Podcast Producer at WBUR-FM, was named Executive Producer for Audio at The New York Times.
Ian Phillips, former News Director for the Middle East, was promoted to Vice President, International News at the Associated Press.
Lisa Fleisher, previously Technology reporter at The Wall Street Journal Europe, was named Editor/Reporter for Bloomberg.com at Bloomberg News.  She will be editing and writing features for the website based in London. 
At Men’s Health, Dan Michel was promoted from Associate Fashion Editor to Fashion Editor.
Jessica Plautz, formerly Travel Editor at Mashable, was named Digital News Editor at Travel + Leisure.
Former Los Angeles Times Writer Booth Moore joined The Hollywood Reporter as Senior Fashion Editor.
Ashley Mateo was named Web Site Director at Redbook.
Amy Odell, currently Director for Editorial Strategy at Redbookmag.com, took over additional responsibilities as Editor of Cosmopolitan.com.
At Town & Country, Danielle Stein Chizzik was promoted from Features Director to Deputy Editor, replacing Mary Kaye Schilling, who named Contributing Editor for the magazine; William “Will” Kahn was named Fashion Market and Accessories Director; Whitney Robinson, was named Style Director; Adam Rathe was named Senior Editor, replacing Kevin Conley, who was promoted to Contributing Editor; and Norman Vanamee joined as Articles Director.
At Allure, Seunghee Suh was named Digital Editor.
At Sports Illustrated, Christian “Chris” Stone was named Editorial Director for the Sports Illustrated group, which includes Golf magazine and Sports Illustrated for Kids. He succeeded Paul Fichtenbaum, who has served as Group Editor since 2012.
Kira Lafond, former Director of Advertising Sales, was promoted to Market President and Publisher of the Milwaukee Business Journal.
At the Wired, Lauren Goodman was named Contributing Style Director.
Amanda Weiner Alagem was promoted from Senior Accessories Editor to Executive Accessories Editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Cassie Anderson, formerly Associate Fashion Market Editor at Harper’s Bazaar, was named Fashion Market Editor.
Terry O'Reilly was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation, which owns sister radio stations WYEP-FM and WESA-AM.
Sam Cohen was named News Director of KXTV-TV.