Twitter loses second safety executive within days

A.J. Brown’s departure comes after Ella Irwin, company’s head of trust and safety, left Thursday.

Terence Samuel appointed USA TODAY editor in chief

Gannett Co., Inc. has announced that veteran journalist and news executive Terence Samuel will join Gannett and lead USA TODAY’s award-winning newsroom as editor in chief, effective July 10.

Cameron Barr to leave Washington Post after long tenure as managing editor

Cameron Barr, who joined The Washington Post in 2004 after several years as a foreign correspondent, helped oversee teams that won 12 Pulitzer Prizes.

BBC appoints acting chair following resignation of Richard Sharp

The BBC has appointed an acting chair following the ousting of Richard Sharp in April.

The New York Times names new editors in Culture

David Malitz joins the desk as a deputy editor, and Robin Kawakami will be assistant editor directing audience, data and digital publishing.

Sumi Aggarwal appointed as The Intercept’s first chief strategy officer

In her new role, Sumi Aggarwal will work with The Intercept’s leadership to set the organization’s vision and strategy, with a focus on impact, audience, and partnerships.

Quartz CEO Zach Seward stepping away in June

The co-founder helped expand the business publication to other countries and oversaw its acquisition by a number of media firms.

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Lisa Ling has joined CBS News as a contributor across the network broadcasts and platforms.
Chris Licht, chairman and CEO of CNN Worldwide, has announced the appointment of David C. Leavy as chief operating officer of CNN Worldwide, effective June 20.
Imtiaz Patel, the chief executive officer of The Baltimore Banner, will step down on July 7 to join the senior leadership of Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain, he announced in a memo to staff Wednesday morning.
Hurubie Meko, who joined Metro as a fellow and showed commitment to telling stories that help readers understand the area, becomes a reporter covering criminal justice.
Michael Birnbaum will become a State Department correspondent, a role to which he brings extensive overseas reporting experience and a sophisticated understanding of the people and events shaping U.S. foreign policy.
NPR has announced that Scott Detrow has been selected as the weekend host of "All Things Considered, NPR's flagship evening news magazine, and the new co-host of the daily news …
Joshua Rothkopf has joined the Los Angeles Times to edit the paper's film coverage.
Susan Hopkins, the Print Hub’s project editor, is taking on the Page One selection job on Sunday and Monday.
Longtime Sun Herald reporter Anita Lee will be inducted into the Mississippi Press Association Hall of Fame during the group's 157th Annual Meeting June 16 at the Sheraton Refuge Hotel and Conference Center in Flowood.
The News/Media Alliance, a nonprofit trade association representing approximately 2,000 print and digital news and magazine media companies in the United States and Canada, has selected Danielle Coffey as its new president and chief executive officer.
Allison Altshule, a former reporter for Solitary Watch and legislative fellow at government relations firm NVG, has joined the Institute for Nonprofit News as the first audience research fellow.
Guardian US has announced that Rachel White will take on a new expanded role as executive vice president, philanthropy and business development.
Mark Greenblatt, an award-winning investigative journalist for Scripps News, will take over as executive editor of the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Jamila Khalil has been named publisher of the Sedalia (Missouri) Democrat and the Warrensburg Star-Journal, as announced this month by Phillips Media Group, the Democrat’s parent company.
The NorthEast Association of Communication Executives has announced the appointment of its new board of directors.
She was most recently a staff writer at Defector, where she covered media, sports and labor in stories such as her report on the corporate takeover of Football Outsiders.
Louis-Cyrille Trebuchet will take up his role on July 3, succeeding Jérôme Jaroussie, who held the position since 2018.
In a memo to staff, Global Business Editor Noreen Gillespie announced that Taiwo Adebayo will join AP to cover the intersection of climate and business in Africa.
The changes are the latest under the news organization’s new editor in chief, Emma Tucker.