Here you have it! The most notable journalist and media industry moves of the past week.
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News and Media
Bloomberg BNA: promotes Paul Connolly (@paulconndc) to News Director.
Bloomberg News: hires Ryan Vlastelica (@RyanVlastelica) as an Equities Reporter focusing on the technology, media, and telecom industries.
Los Angeles Times: hires Sue Horton (@latimes) as Op-Ed Editor, effective in early December.
Reuters: promotes Praveen Menon (@pravemn) to New Zealand Bureau Chief.
Wall Street Journal: promotes John Corrigan (@jtcorrigan) to Business Editor in the D.C. bureau, effective in January.
Washington Post: promotes Susan Levine (@SKLevine) to Talent Network Editor. The Talent Network is the paper’s platform for freelance contributors.
NBC News: hires Allan Smith (@akarl_smith) as Political Reporter.
NPR: hires Sacha Pfeiffer (@SachaPfeiffer) as Investigations Correspondent.
Wisconsin Public Radio: hires Corri Hess (@CorriHess) as a Milwaukee Reporter, effective Nov. 5.
Business and Commerce
Crain’s Chicago Business: hires Jim Kirk (@kirkjim12) as Publisher and Executive Editor.
Healthcare and Medicine
Ostomy Wound Management: will relaunch in January as Wound Management & Prevention. The journal and website will also get a redesign. Coverage will place greater emphasis on prevention. Barbara Zeiger (@owmjournal) remains Executive Editor.
Politics, Government and Education
Politico Europe: hires Laura Kayali (@LauKaya) as Technology Reporter.
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News and Media (National)
Daily Telegraph: Olivia Rudgard (@OliviaRudgard) has been named Tech Reporter.
Observer Magazine, The: Shahesta Shaitly (@ShahestaS) has been appointed Deputy Editor.
News and Media (Regional)
Cambridge News: Nicola Gwyer (@nicolagwyer) has been named Trainee Reporter.
Ferrari Press Agency: Isaac Crowson (@icrowson) has been appointed Reporter.
Go London: David Ellis (@dvh_ellis) has been named Editor.
Liverpool Echo: Liam Thorp (@LiamThorpECHO) has been appointed Political Editor.
Manchester Evening News: Daisy Jackson (@daisyejackson) has been appointed Food, Drink and Manchester Life Reporter.
Metro.co.uk: Cydney Yeates (@cydneyyeates) has been named TV Reporter.
Whitchurch Herald: Emily Lloyd (@EmilyLloydLDR) has been appointed Editor.
BBC News & Current Affairs: Gabriella O’Donnell (@gabsodo) has been appointed Senior Producer.
BBC South East: William McLennan (@williammclennan) has been named Journalist.
Bloomberg: Michael Mackenzie (@michaellachlan) has been appointed Long View Journalist.
Drive with Lauren Troup and John Warnett: John Warnett (@john_warnett) has joined the Drive show as Presenter.
Global: Jazmin Duribe (@jazminduribe) has been appointed Content Editor.
Closer: Matilda Stanley (@MatildaWithABow) has been named Acting Style Editor.
Grazia: Hattie Crisell (@hattiehattie) has been appointed Acting Features Director.
Hitched.co.uk: Sophie Cockett (@hitchedcouk) has been named Junior Digital Writer.
Porter Magazine: Suzanne Scott (@suzanne_m_scott) has been appointed Acting Associate Beauty Editor.
Vegan Life Magazine: Gemma Tadman (@veganlife_mag) has been named Editorial Assistant.
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