CNN has named Marcus Mabry SVP of digital editorial and programming. Mabry will “lead the digital global programming, Features and Visuals teams, including Opinion, CNN Style and CNN Travel, and continue to represent Digital Editorial on the digital leadership team across the business.”
Mabry has been with CNN for the past six years. He recently served as VP, global news programming at CNN Digital Worldwide. Previously, he was a North American editor for Twitter Moments at Twitter.
He worked at The New York Times for more than eight years holding various roles, including mobile editor, editor at large, digital editor and international business editor. He was senior editor and chief of correspondents at Newsweek.
There, he also served as Johannesburg bureau chief, Paris correspondent, state department correspondent and associate editor.
A former president of the Overseas Press Club of America, Mabry has a B.A. and M.A. from Stanford University.
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