San Francisco Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund names Kevin Swanson as executive director

Kevin Swanson will lead the fund, which provides critical, short-term assistance to Bay Area residents in need.

The New York Times: Melina Delkic joins Express as an editor

The New York Times has announced that Melina Delkic will be joining the Express Team as a senior staff editor in mid-June, after a highly successful embed on the Business Desk.

Pete Williams, one of NBC News’ most respected journalists, will retire

Pete Williams has been with NBC News since 1993. Before that, he worked on Capitol Hill and in the news business in his home state of Wyoming.

One editor steps into high-profile job, while 'People ' editor faces incoming rounds

Condé Nast this week named Rachel Wilkerson Miller editor in chief of Self, its 43-year-old wellness brand. Wilkerson Miller comes from Vox.com, where she launched Vox’s first-ever dedicated service journalism hub.

Amy L. Kovac-Ashley joins The Lenfest Institute as head of national programs

Amy L. Kovac-Ashley is joining The Lenfest Institute as head of national programs to expand its grantmaking and support of local news around the United States.

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Campbell Brown, the veteran news anchor who has served as Meta's vice president of news partnerships since 2017, is being promoted to oversee a new global media partnerships team at the company, Meta sources tell Axios. Why it matters: The new role will allow Brown to focus on broader media partnerships in addition to news. New regulations around the globe are forcing tech firms like Meta and Google to pay to host news content.
Chris Wallace will host a Sunday night interview show for CNN starting this fall, the network said Wednesday in announcing a new home for the best-known personality from the since-imploded CNN+ streaming service.
Matt Zapotosky will become a criminal justice editor on the Metro desk.
Marian Chia-Ming Liu will become a projects editor focused on new initiatives, which includes Lede Lab, The Washington Post’s storytelling R&D team, and other strategic initiatives.
Annie Linskey is taking on a new role at The Washington Post — as a national political reporter and will be one of the paper's lead reporters on the campaign team.
Vanessa Williams will become a deputy National politics editor, steering coverage of voters and a changing American electorate for The Washington Post.
Hasit Shah has joined the London Home Team as a senior staff editor.
Lucy Tompkins, the inaugural Headway fellow, will report on housing and homelessness at The Texas Tribune.
Randy Pennell brings years of experience covering breaking news on a wide range of topics, from pandemic relief efforts to the arrest and trial of Jerry Sandusky, to the Live team as a senior editor.
Amanda Kludt, group publisher of Eater, Popsugar, Punch, and Thrillist and Eater’s founding editor-in-chief, has announced that Stephanie Wu will be Eater’s new editor-in-chief. Eater’s GM + VP, Jill Dehnert, and its VP of Development Britt Aboutaleb, will also now work across the portfolio of lifestyle publications.
Jenna Johnson will be The Washington Post's deputy democracy editor, helping to lead a new team focused on threats to the electoral process and battles over the right to vote.
Matt Clough is joining The Washington Post as an SEO and operations editor. In this role, he will create strategies to expand audiences through search, partner with reporting teams around the newsroom to amplify the paper's best work, and help expand the newsroom’s understanding of SEO, recirculation and digital best practices.
Rockell Brown Burton, an experienced academic leader and accomplished researcher with a passion for cultivating impactful, mutually beneficial relationships, has been named associate dean of inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
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Craig Nakano has been promoted to assistant managing editor for Entertainment and Arts, reporting to Deputy Managing Editor Julia Turner. Matt Brennan has been promoted to deputy editor, Entertainment and Arts.
Iliana Limón Romero has been named assistant managing editor for Sports, reporting to Deputy Managing Editor Julia Turner.
Chris Stone, who joined the company in 2020 as executive sports editor, is taking on a new role as deputy managing editor for new initiatives and vice president of LA Times Studios. He will report to Shani Hilton, managing editor for new initiatives and senior vice president of LA Times Studios.
Robert W. Decherd will move into an executive chairman role until his retirement to the board next year.
Judy Woodruff says she'll be stepping down as anchor of PBS' nightly “NewsHour” program at the end of the year.