Journalists on the move – Week of November 2

by | Nov 1, 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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News and Media

Atlantic, The: has launched Planet, a newsletter on climate journalism. Robinson Meyer (@yayitsrob) is Lead Climate Writer.

Kansas City Star: Trey Williams (@trey3williams) has joined as Race and Social Issues Editor.

Newport Daily News: Savana Dunning (@savanaish) has joined as a Reporter covering business and economic development.

Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate: Drew Broach (@DrewBroach1) has joined as Deputy Metro Editor.

Washington Post: Autumn Brewington (@autumnsan1) has joined as Associate Opinions Editor. Robert Klemko (@robertklemko) has joined the national security team to cover criminal justice in America, policing, the justice system and campaign for reform. Andrea Salcedo (@andreapsalcedo) has joined as Staff Writer on Morning Mix.

Business and Commerce

Bloomberg: Chris Kay (@christopherkay) is returning to South Asia to report on pandemic, health and business-related news for Bloomberg’s Asia team.

Bloomberg Law: Valerie Bauman (@valeriereports) is now Senior Investigative Reporter for the Bloomberg Industry Group.

Business Insider: has appointed Claire Atkinson (@claireatki) as Chief Media Correspondent.

Nashville Business Journal: has appointed Drew Hutchinson (@drew_reports) to cover commercial real estate.

Newcomer: Eric Newcomer (@EricNewcomer) has launched Newcomer, a newsletter for startups and venture capital.

North Bay Business Journal: has named Norma Kostecka (@NBBJ) as Publisher.

Culture, Entertainment and the Arts

Variety: Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller (@variety_claudia) has returned. Cynthia Littleton (@variety_cynthia) has been promoted to Co-Editor-in-Chief and Ramin Setoodeh (@RaminSetoodeh) is now Executive Editor.

Technology and Telecoms

Digiday: Jim Cooper (@jcoopernyc) has been appointed Editor-in-Chief.

UK

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News and Media (National)

Daily Telegraph: Anna Hart (@AnnaDotHart) has been named Travel Columnist.

Mail on Sunday: James Mannion (@MailOnline) has been appointed Entertainment Director.

Sunday Mirror Notebook: Georgia Trevitt (@georgiatrevitt) has been appointed Senior Celebrity & Entertainment Writer.

Broadcasting

Tortoise Media: Patricia Clarke (@paticlarke) has been named Data Journalist.

Business and Commerce

Specialty Food: Courtney Goldsmith (@courtneynoelg) has been appointed News & Content Editor.

Consumer Lifestyle

Buzz Magazine: Carl Marsh (@inthewordsof_cm) has been named Content Editor.

Saga Magazine: Rosalind Lowe (@SagaUK) has been appointed Deputy Editor.

Sheerluxe.com: Charlotte Collins (@sheerluxe) has been named Senior Fashion Editor. Hattie Cotmore (@hattiecotmore) has been appointed Content Manager.

Tesco Magazine: Hannah Sherwood (@tesco) has been appointed Freelance Commercial Editor.

Wardrobe ICONS: Alexandra Dorrell (@aendorrell) has been named Digital Content Executive.

Sports and Leisure

Cyclist Magazine: Peter Stuart (@PeterStuart3) has been named Digital Editor.

 

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