Lori Lizarraga named co-host of NPR's 'Code Switch'

Listeners will hear a new voice on NPR's "Code Switch" starting later this year: Award-winning journalist Lori Lizarraga will be "Code Switch's" newest co-host, joining Gene Demby, B.A. Parker and Senior Correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates.

A new role and a new team for Mike Schmidt at The New York Times

Mike Schmidt will lead a team focused on expanding The New York Times' visual presence off-platform.

The Washington Post: Elahe Izadi named co-host of ‘Post Reports’

The Washington Post today announced the addition of Elahe Izadi as host of “Post Reports,” joining Senior Audio Host Martine Powers to helm the newsroom’s flagship podcast. Izadi, a media reporter for The Post, will debut her expanded role on Sept. 26 after regularly guest hosting since the spring.

NPR’s news chief announces unexpected departure after four years

Her decision came hours after NPR’s chief executive, John Lansing, announced the creation of a new position that will oversee all of NPR’s programming.

Erica Futterman becomes director of masthead operations at The New York Times

In a new role, Erica Futterman will support Joe Kahn and the senior masthead to push forward critical priorities and ensure the leadership team is operating as effectively as possible.

The New York Times welcomes new colleagues in culture

Culture welcomes Barbara Chai and Jason Bailey to the team.

Isabel Dobrin named director of homepage and news strategy at POLITICO

Isabel Dobrin has been named as POLITICO's first director of homepage and news strategy, reporting to Ali Manzano.

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Dylan Wells is joining The Post as a campaign reporter who will cover this year’s midterms and the 2024 presidential election.
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Trace Gallagher, a staple of Fox News since its launch in the late 1990s, is getting a new job at the network hosting its late night news program “Fox News at Night.”
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Sarah Frostenson is joining The Washington Post as the deputy visual enterprise editor for National, a role in which she will help conceive and execute high-impact visual and immersive storytelling.
Four promotions have been announced on The New York Times Newsroom Audience Team: Vindu Goel as the director of Community Engagement; Maggie Adams as the deputy Search editor; April Zhong as a senior Search analyst; and Kari Haskell as a senior news assistant.
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Steve Heuser is taking on a new role with POLITICO: expanding the depth and breadth of its technology coverage around the world.
Kinsey Wilson, one of the pioneers of digital journalism, has been elected to the board of directors of the Institute for Nonprofit News.