Washington Post Opinion Editor David Shipley named new leaders in the opinion section, promoting and introducing key roles helping to drive the evolution of one of the industry’s most innovative opinions departments.
“There is a tradition of great leadership at The Post and this group is no exception,” said Shipley. “The aim of this structure is to build on all the terrific work already taking place at Post Opinions while at the same time making us even more agile, more digital and more intentional in our publishing. This team will ensure that we continue to guide readers through the important news conversations taking place in the U.S. and around the world.”
The opinion section will now have four deputy opinion editors with new or expanded responsibilities.
In addition, Op-Ed Editor Mike Larabee will serve as managing editor for the department, helping to coordinate the opinion report. Steve Stromberg has also been promoted to associate opinion editor and will serve as Tumulty’s deputy.
The new roles will be effective Monday, Dec. 5.
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