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Where did they go? Journalists on the move week of July 18

by | Jul 21, 2016 | Media Moves

Notable journalist and media industry moves:

  • Men’s Health: Men’s Health UK commissioning editor Dean Stattmann joins as deputy editor, digital projects.
  • The Washington Post: business editor Greg Schneider moves to politics/government reporter in the Richmond bureau.
  • Thrillist: Saveur senior editor Mari Uyehara onboards as executive food and drink editor.
  • Dallas Business Journal: recent journalism graduate, Shawn Shinneman, joins as technology reporter.
  • Recode: Arik Hesseldahl, senior editor, leaves.
  • Fortune.com: Laura Lorenzetti, breaking news and healthcare reporter, leaves for an editorial job at Linkedin. Scott Olster, senior editor, leaves to become head of research and editorial at LRN. Michelle Toh, Fox News web producer, onboards as Hong Kong editor. Chauncey Alcorn, a recent journalism grad, and Madeline Farber both join as reporters in New York City. Jonathan Baran, Engadget video producer, joins as the same in San Francisco. Jake Meth to join as an editor for Fortune Insiders. Andrew Nusca, Stephen Gandel and Pam Kruger move up to deputy digital editors.
  • Men’s Fitness: Popular Science assistant editor Matt Giles joins as associate editor. Charles Gasparino will join as a personal finance columnist in September, and will remain as a senior correspondent for Fox Business Network.
  • Mashable: BBC Trending co-founder Anne-Marie Tomchak joins as editor of Mashable UK. Jerico Mandybur of NITV onboards as editor of Mashable Australia.
  • NPR: Morning Edition west coast host Renee Montagne moves to a new role as special correspondent, effective after the 2016 U.S. elections.
  • The Wall Street Journal: Nathalie Tadena, advertising/marketing reporter, leaves.
  • Modern Healthcare: International Business Times breaking news and healthcare reporter Elizabeth Whitman joins as a reporter covering healthcare quality and safety.
  • Mashable: International Business Times energy and environment leader reporter Maria Gallucci onboards as a science reporter. Technology reporter Kerry Flynn, also from International Business Times, joins as technology industry reporter.
  • Deadline: The New York Times entertainment industry reporter, Michael Cieply, joins a executive editor.
  • Garden & Gun: Indianapolis Monthly editor-in-chief, Amanda Heckert, joins as deputy editor.
  • The Associated Press: Kathleen Carroll, executive editor, will retire at year’s end.
  • CNNMoney: Ahiza Garcia, general assignment reporter moves to the sports beat.
  • Gizmodo: News editor Mario Aguilar upshifts to managing editor.
  • USA Today: Andria Yu, page one editor, leaves for a PR job.
  • Bloomberg News: Mexico City reporter Patricia Laya relocates to become D.C.-based economics reporter and replaces Tori Stilwell, who left.

 

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