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


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News and Media

Bloomberg News: moves Josh Wingrove (@josh_wingrove) to the White House team in D.C.

Boston Globe: hires Zoe Greenberg (@zoegberg) as a General Assignment Reporter, effective in April.

New York Times: hires Chris Hamby (@chrisdhamby) as Investigative Reporter, effective at the end of April. He will be based in D.C.

Washington Business Journal: hires Carten Cordell (@wccordell) as Federal Business Reporter.

Washington Post: launches “The Opinions Essay,” a new Opinion feature consisting of long-form commentary (@washingtonpost). The first piece, by historian Robert Kagan, focuses on authoritarianism and runs about 10,000 words. It ran online and in a four-page print supplement. Future topics will include politics, foreign policy, and health, among others.


NPR: hires Hannah Allam (@HannahAllam) as National Security Reporter. She will focus on “U.S.-based extremism of all kinds.”

Business and Commerce

Boston Business Journal: hires Lucy Maffei (@maffei_lucia) as Technology Reporter.

Seattle Business: hires Bill Conroy (@seattlebusiness) as Managing Editor.

Wall Street Journal: promotes Emma Moody (@EmmaMoodyWSJ) to Standards & Ethics editor. Spencer Jakab (@Spencerjakab) is promoted to Editor of the “Heard on the Street” section.

Healthcare and Medicine

Kaiser Health News: hires Lauren Weber (@LaurenWeberHP) as a Healthcare Reporter focusing on the Midwest.

Politics, Government and Education

Bloomberg Law: hires Lydia Wheeler (@WheelerLydia) as Reporter. She will cover legal developments in healthcare as well as litigation involving ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act).

Politico: promotes Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) to Editorial Director.

Technology and Telecoms

Wired: hires Daniel Oberhaus (@DMOberhaus) as a Staff Writer covering private spaceflight, machine learning, the future of energy, open source development, and the “psychedelic renaissance.”


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Business and Commerce

ETF Stream: Tom Eckett (@TomEckettETF) has been named Staff Writer.

Investment Week: Adrian Barrick (@adrianbarrick) has been appointed Editorial Director.

Consumer Lifestyle

Cheshire Life: Katie Mulloy (@cheshirelife) has been named Editor.

ES Magazine: Hannah Flint (@hannahflint_) has been appointed Acting Arts & Entertainment Director.

Good Housekeeping: Terry Barbrook (@terrybarbrook) has been named Deputy Editor.

Khush Wedding: Jasneet Kaur Bagri (@KaurBagri) has been appointed Features Writer.

Men’s Health: Joy Ejaria (@joyfuljoyous) has been named Social Media and Content Manager.

Refinery 29 UK: Gillian Orr (@gillian_orr) has been appointed Head of Content. Jess Commons (@jess_commons) has been named Lifestyle Director.

Sports and Leisure Ned Payne (@nedpayne_ITG) has been named Desk Editor.


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