Who is Lachlan Murdoch, the new chairman of Fox and News Corp?

Lachlan Murdoch, the eldest son of Rupert Murdoch, has been anointed to take over his father’s vast media empire, capping years of rampant media speculation and thinly veiled fraternal feuding.

Rupert Murdoch announces transition to new role of chairman emeritus of Fox Corporation and News Corp.

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is transitioning from his roles as chair of Fox Corporation and executive chairman of News Corp, he announced on Thursday.

Ruthanne Salido promoted to lead the Los Angeles Times multiplatform desk

Ruthanne Salido is the new director of The Times’ multiplatform desk, overseeing all copy editing and serving as co-chair of the Standards and Practices Committee.

A new role for Jaclyn Reiss at The New York Times

Jaclyn Reiss is leading the charge on writing, editing and operations as assistant editor for the growing platform of targeted email.

Adam Gunther and Michael Mann join The Intercept’s newly formed board of directors

The Intercept has announced the addition of two distinguished names to its newly formed board of directors: Los Angeles-based musician, philanthropist, and investor Adam Gunther and Michael Mann, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of law firm Crowell & Moring.

News/Media Alliance names Neil Quinter chief lobbyist as Public Policy and Advocacy Team expands

The News/Media Alliance has expanded its public policy team, with a final key role being filled with the hiring of Neil Quinter as its new senior vice president, global government affairs.

Brian Rosenthal joins Investigations at The New York Times

Brian Rosenthal loves a good spreadsheet. Rosenthal, who joined The New York Times in 2017 as a Metro investigative reporter, is bringing his talents and affinity for Google Sheets to the paper's Investigations desk.

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More Newspeople on the Move
Nicolás Rivero is joining The Washington Post as a Climate Solutions reporter. He will write for the Climate Solutions vertical, reporting on the ways humanity is working to address the planet's most vexing and profound environmental problems.
The Features Department at the Los Angeles Times is growing to bolster its successful guides, expand the wellness beat and deepen coverage of how to best spend one’s leisure time.
Hanna Ingber’s decade of New York Times experience in strategic and editing roles will help the team as it experiments with new types of coverage, story presentations and voice.
NewsNation, the fastest-growing network in cable news, today announced that it has re-signed Dan Abrams to a new multi-year deal where he will continue as host of the primetime program "Dan Abrams Live" (weeknights, 9 p.m. ET).
NPR has announced that Whitney Maddox has been promoted to vice president, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Monty Wolper joins The New York Times from Vimeo, where she led the product marketing team.
Hilary Moss, who joined the team last year, has collaborated to create compelling visual presences on Home surfaces. She’ll now be deputy editor, visuals, working with desks to convey The New York Times most ambitious journalism.
Shauntel Lowe, known for her exacting edits and creative ideas on the Sports desk, is moving to Metro, where she will take over as editor in charge of the weekly Metropolitan section.
Anabel Sosa has returned to the Los Angeles Times as its inaugural California Local News fellow. She has joined the Sacramento bureau covering state politics and policy.
In his new role, Emmanuel Morgan, who on Sports has covered the NFL and combat sports with dogged reporting and a sharp eye, will focus on pop culture news and the intersection of sports and culture.
Nexstar Media Group, Inc. has announced the appointment of Cathy Gunther as vice president and general manager of its broadcasting and digital operations in Sacramento, California (DMA #20), including KTXL-TV (FOX), FOX40.com, and their related digital and social media channels.
National Press Club Journalism Institute staff member Holly Butcher Grant has been promoted to operations manager for the nonprofit organization. 
Betsy Miles has been named as the next executive director for the West Virginia Press Association.
Ashok Sinha will oversee all corporate communications functions globally — including public relations, internal, external, executive and financial communications — for Dow Jones.
The New York Times Company has announced that Anthony DiClemente has been named senior vice president, investor relations.
Katherine Hapgood has joined the staff of the Center for Public Integrity as this year’s Charles Lewis American University fellow. She’ll be focusing in part on the nonprofit investigative news organization’s work on access to democracy issues ahead of the 2024 election.
Ken Plutnicki is joining the News Print Hub as a senior staff editor.
Mother Jones announced the hiring of Jamilah King as an editorial director, marking her return to the nonprofit news outlet where she worked for more than four years, including as host of its weekly podcast and its race and justice reporter. 
Nielsen, the global leader in audience measurement, data and analytics, has announced that Karthik Rao has been named CEO, effective immediately. David Kenny, who has served as CEO since 2018, will assume the role of executive chairman.