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Tuvia Lwowski has joined The New York Times in a newly created role of senior vice president, talent acquisition. more
Claudio Cabrera, deputy audience director, has announced new editors joining the newsroom SEO team. more
The American Press Institute is excited to announce that Letrell Deshan Crittenden will join our team as director of inclusion and audience growth on Monday, Sept. 20. more
Ryan McCarthy will be Vox’s new editorial director for politics, policy and society,  announced editor in chief Swati Sharma on Monday. McCarthy is the former editor in chief of Vice News. more
The New York Daily News announces the return of Richard Johnson, who pioneered the modern gossip column at another New York City tabloid, as America’s most influential columnist. Beginning Friday, Johnson will be leaving retirement and rejoining the Daily News. more
The Washington Post has named Kodi Foster vice president of commercial, effective immediately. Foster will lead teams across The Washington Post with a focus on innovation and monetization, including Zeus Technology, emerging technology, advertising product and product marketing. He will report to both the CIO and CRO, bridging technology and revenue. more
The Marshall (Texas) News Messenger is welcoming Meredith Shamburger to its staff, as she assumes the role of regional editor. more
Regional business publication MiBiz announced that manufacturing and economic development executive Justine Burdette has joined the company as associate publisher. more
Bill Church, who started his newspaper career covering high school sports for an Oklahoma weekly and most recently helped oversee 150 newsrooms across the nation, will be the new executive editor of The News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) and The Herald-Sun (Durham, North Carolina). more
Our new teammates are both California natives, and they join us this week, at the very moment California voters decide the fate of Gov. Gavin Newsom in this contentious recall election. more
The task of overseeing The Robesonian’s news-gathering operations in Lumberton, North Carolina, has been given to a man with almost 30 years of experience in the newspaper industry. more
Tokyo bureau chief Simon Denyer will leave The Washington Post, the publication’s foreign desk announced in a terse note Thursday. Denyer, who shared a Pulitzer Prize for the Post’s “2C” project, was reportedly the person referred to in a lawsuit by Post journalist Felicia Sonmez.  more
The Washington Post today announced the promotion of Julia Belanger to general manager of Zeus Technology. In this role, she will lead the team responsible for driving the product roadmap for Zeus Technology, building long-term relationships with Zeus customers, expanding publisher adoption of the Zeus suite of products and maximizing market share for Zeus Technology. more
Six faculty and staff members will join or return to Medill this fall as the school celebrates its Centennial year. more
Hearst Television has announced the launch of Hearst Media Production Group as it expands original program production and distribution capabilities. Serving as president of Hearst Media Production Group is Frank Biancuzzo, a longtime Hearst Television and media executive with a diverse business, content and marketing background and broad industry relationships. more
John W. Davis has joined the Press-Telegram newsroom, covering Long Beach, California,  sports full-time. more
Bloomberg Media announced in an internal memo this morning that it has hired Colm Murphy as its new global head of strategy, a role that takes effect next Monday. more
Morgan Coates is joining The Washington Post as the London hub photography editor. He has been a successful photography editor for two decades. He has worked at leading photography agencies and publications, including NBC News, The Sunday Times, The Sun, Daily Star Sunday, WireImage, Getty and The Associated Press. more
The combined editorial boards of The Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) welcome Sara Pequeño to the North Carolina Opinion team. more
Mike Cutillo, 61, has been named publisher of the Finger Lakes Times in Geneva, New York. He succeeds Mark Lukas, who will leave the Times in mid-October. more
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