By: E&P Staff
Jonathan Krim is leaving The Washington Post to join WSJ.com as its senior deputy managing editor, effective March 15. Krim most recently served as the Washington Post’s local innovations editor.
Before joining the Washington Post in 2006, Krim was executive editor of TheStreet.com. He also served as assistant managing editor of the San Jose Mercury News where he oversaw coverage of two Pulitzer Prize winning series.
“Jonathan brings a remarkably strong mix of news and online experience to help us further build on our Web and journalistic momentum,” Kevin Delaney, WSJ.com’s managing editor, wrote in a memo to staff.