Journalists on the move – Week of June 29

by | Jun 29, 2020 | Media Moves

Here you have it! The most notable journalist and media industry moves of the past week.

USA AND CANADA

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Broadcasting

Closing Bell: Sara Eisen (@saraeisen) is now co-anchoring the show.

Squawk on the Street: Morgan Brennan (@morganlbrennan) has taken on co-anchor role for the 10AM ET hour of Squawk on the Street.

Business and Commerce

Bloomberg: Parry Ravindranathan (@parryravi) has left the organization.

City, The: Greg David (@gregdavidonny) has joined as a Contributor covering fiscal and economic issues.

Denver Business Journal: Monica Vendituoli (@mvendituoli) has left.

Financial Times: Eric Platt (@EricGPlatt) is now U.S. Markets Editor. He previously worked on the mergers and acquisitions beat.

Marketplace Minute: Marketplace (@Marketplace) and Westwood One (@WestwoodOne) have partnered to launch Marketplace Minute, a 60-second audio economic news report.

Motley Fool, The: Corinne Jurney (@themotleyfool) has been named the Bureau Chief (Healthcare and Cannabis).

NextAdvisor: has been launched by Time and Red Ventures. Adam Auriemma (@adamauriemma) is point of contact.

Construction, Real Estate and Manufacturing

Housing Wire: Mary Ann Azevedo (@bayareawriter) has joined as Fintech Editor.

Technology and Telecoms

DotLA: Joe Bel Bruno (@joebelbruno) has left the news organization.

UK

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News and Media (National)

PA Media: Polly Curtis (@pollycurtis) has been named Managing Director.

Sun, The: Jerome Starkey (@jeromestarkey) has been appointed Defence Editor.

News and Media (Regional)

Irish Independent: Kevin Barrie (@Independent_ie) has been named Audience Editor.

Business and Commerce

South West Business Insider: Mike Ribbeck (@ribsy1) has been appointed Deputy Editor.

Consumer Lifestyle

Ideal Home: Lisa Fazzani (@idealhome) has been appointed Acting Features Editor.

Conde Nast Traveller: Juliet Kinsman (@JulietKinsman) has been named Sustainability Editor.

Freelancer: Charlotte Luxford (@cfluxford) is available for commissions, covering interior design, home interest, lifestyle and travel.

Heyday Magazine: Lynda Clark (@lyndaftb) has been named Editor.

Modern Barber: Charlotte Grant-West (@ModernBarberMag) has been named Editor.

Technology and Telecoms

Freelancer: Lee Bell (@leebell_uk) is available for commissions, with an interest in technology, lifestyle, fitness and health.

 

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