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
Austin American-:Statesman Kara Carlson (@KaraCarlson2) has joined to cover technology, software and startups.
Financial Times: Ed Crooks (@ed_crooks) is leaving the publication after 20 years.
New York Times: Solana Pyne (@solanapyne) has joined as a senior member of its leadership team (video).
Wall Street Journal, The: John Carreyrou (@JohnCarreyrou) has left the paper.
Washington Post: Sorayah Zahir (@ssorayah) has accepted a full time position with the publication as its Social Media Editor.
Westchester Journal: Mario Marroquin (@mars3vega) has joined the team to cover the real estate and development beats in the Lower Hudson Valley and Northern New Jersey.
KVUE-TV: Mariel Ruiz (@KVUE) has joined as a Meteorologist.
Business and Commerce
American Banker: Branden Pedersn (@AmerBanker) has been named Reporter, covering the FDIC, OCC and financial tech regulation.
Bloomberg: Ryan Teague Beckwith (@ryanbeckwith) is moving to the publication’s 2020 election team.
Business Insider: Patrick Coffee (@PatrickCoffee) has joined to cover the advertising beat.
Columbus Business First: Hayleigh Colombo (@columbusbiz1st) has been named Reporter.
Inside Indiana Business: with Gerry Dick (@gerrydick) has moved to WISH-TV.
Orlando Business Journal: Alex Soderstrom (@alexgsoderstrom) has been hired to cover the technology beat.
Vogue Business: Hilary Milnes (@hilarymilnes) has joined as Features Editor, based in New York.
Politics, Government and Education
New York Law Journal: Jane Wester (@janewester) has joined as Reporter.
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News and Media (National)
Daily Express :Online Katie Sewell (@Daily_Express) has been appointed Online News Reporter.
Daily Mirror: Lloyd Coombes (@lloydcoombes) has been named Consumer Writer.
Guardian, The: Katherine Butler (@ButlerKatherine) has been appointed Associate Editor (Europe).
News and Media (Regional)
Daily Record: Paul Hutcheon (@paulhutcheon) has been named Political Editor.
Evening Standard: Rachel McGrath (@rachelmcgrath) has been appointed Digital Showbiz Editor.
Liverpool Echo: Olivia Tobin (@oliviat_93) has been named Senior Reporter.
Bauer Media: Maria Williams (@bauermedia) has been appointed Podcast Editor.
Energy FM: Helen McKenna (@HelenEnergyFM) has been named Broadcast Journalist and Content Producer.
Beauty Shortlist, The: have announced the 10th Beauty Shortlist Awards (@beautyshortlist). To enter the 2020 Beauty Shortlist Awards + 2020 Wellbeing Awards (health, nutrition, natural supplements and remedies including CBD, eco home and zero waster), please use the online entry form: https://www.thebeautyshortlist.com/2020awardsentryform/
Diva: Joanna Whitehead (@MsWhitehead100) has been named Travel Editor.
ELLE UK: Natasha Bird (@littlebirdsword) has been appointed Executive Editor (Digital).
Grazia: Annie Vischer (@annievischer) has been named Beauty Editor.
Refinery 29 UK: Natalie Gil (@natalierosegil) has been appointed Senior News Writer.
Tempus Magazine: Michelle Johnson (@chelleajohnson) has been appointed Acting Editor of the luxury lifestyle publication.
Healthcare and Medicine
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