Notable journalist and media industry moves:
The Washington Post: launches “The Energy 202”, a new e-newsletter covering energy and environmental policy, with Dino Grandoni as primary contributor. Herman Wong moves from financial desk assignment editor to deputy editor on general assignment news desk. Jesse Mesner-Hage, news editor of Al Jazeera English, joins as commissioning editor for the video department.
The Associated Press: Anna Jo Bratton moves from assistant editor to U.S. West deputy director for newsgathering.
New York Review of Books: Ian Buruma joins as editor to replace Robert B. Silvers, who passed away.
Foreign Policy: David Rothkopf, editor and CEO, leaves.
Prairie Business: Tom Dennis, former editorial page editor of the Grand Forks Herald, joins as editor.
South Florida Business Journal: Keith Larsen joins as reporter on banking, finance, private equity, economic development, and insurance beats.
Bloomberg BNA: Tara Jeffries, former finance reporter for Morning Consult, joins as reporter on telecom and technology beat.
Star Tribune: Adam Belz moves from economics reporter to Minneapolis city hall beat.
Drug Information Association: in June, Global Forum increases in frequency from bimonthly to monthly.
Bryn Mawr Communications: Michael Jones, previously associate editor of Merion Matters, joins as senior editor in the Vision Group.
CBC: Steve Ladurantaye steps away from the role of managing editor of The National.
Metro News: Perry King joins Metro News Canada as editor.
Global News: promotes Stephanie Irvine to network managing editor.
Toronto Star: hires Shree Paradkar as full-time columnist, focusing on race and gender.
Fredericton Daily Gleaner: Katrina Clarke, previously a freelancer with the Toronto Star, joins.
New Brunswick Telegraph Journal: Barbara Simpson, former reporter with The Observer, joins as municipal affairs reporter.