(AP) Jocelyn Noveck, news editor for The Associated Press in Paris and a former bureau chief in Jerusalem, has been named bureau chief in New York City. She was assistant chief of the New York bureau from 1993 to 1995.
The appointment was announced Friday by President and CEO Louis D. Boccardi.
Noveck joined the AP in Jerusalem in 1987. She transferred to the International Desk in New York the following year and in 1993 was appointed assistant chief of the New York City bureau. She transferred to Paris in 1996 and became news editor the following year.
In 1999 she was appointed chief of bureau in Jerusalem. She returned to the post of Paris news editor last year.
Noveck, 42, is a native of New York City and a graduate of Brown University. In 1995-1996, she was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University, where she also taught journalism.
She succeeds Sam Boyle, who was named assistant business editor for special projects. Boyle had been New York City bureau chief since 1982.