‘Washington Post’ Promotes Perl to Assistant ME

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By: E&P Staff

Peter Perl has been promoted to assistant managing editor at The Washington Post.

Perl, 55, has been the Post’s director of training and career development since 2004. In that time he has launched training and development programs for editors, and overhauled the newsroom’s performance-review process.

A 25-year veteran of the newspaper, he has served as a reporter and editor, and spent many years on the Post’s metro staff (as an assignment editor and deputy Maryland editor). He also has worked on The Washington Post Magazine.

In addition, Perl has been the recipient of more than 35 awards for his work and has taught journalism at Georgetown University.

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