The Telegraph taps Warrington to cover real estate

The Telegraph has tapped James Warrington to cover the real estate and construction beat. Recently, Warrington served as a business reporter. Previously, he was at City A.M., where he worked for more than two years as a reporter who covered media, telecoms and marketing. Warrington has a M.A. in journalism from City University of London. […]

Washington Post appoints Gordon audio producer

The following excerpt was sent out from Washington Post director of audio Renita Jablonski, “Post Reports” senior producer Maggie Penman and supervising senior producer Reena Flores: We’re delighted to announce that Elana Gordon will join The Washington Post as an audio producer. Elana comes to us from the radio news magazine “The World,” from GBH and […]

The Markup hires Wei as editor in chief

Technology news site The Markup has hired Sisi Wei as its editor in chief. Wei will assume editorial leadership and operational oversight for all functions of The Markup’s newsroom. Wei succeeds Julia Angwin, who remains with The Markup as founder and editor-at-large. Stephen J. Adler, formerly the top editor at Reuters, has been serving as interim editor-in-chief […]

Goldberg joins LA Times as a reporter

The Los Angeles Times has hired Noah Goldberg as a reporter on the Fast Break Desk to cover breaking and local news. Recently, Goldberg was Brooklyn courts reporter at the New York Daily News. Goldberg was previously a criminal justice reporter at the Brooklyn Eagle. He freelanced and interned at the Los Angeles Magazine, Slant […]

Time hires Mendez as culture reporter

Moises Mendez will join Time as a culture reporter to cover internet culture, music, movies, TV and more. Mendez worked freelance, contributing to The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Vice, Fast Company, HuffPost, Insider and the Daily Dot. He was a digital culture fellow at Insider, where he wrote two to three news stories about influencers and […]

Stewart to cover Starkville and Oktibbeha County for the Dispatch

The Columbus Dispatch in Ohio has hired Joshua Stewart as a reporter to cover Starkville and Oktibbeha County. Recently, Stewart served as managing editor of The Reflector, Mississippi State University’s student newspaper. Before that, he held the posts of staff writer and life/entertainment editor. Stewart has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Mississippi State University. […]

Baltimore Sun reporter Goodnight departs for Delaware Online

Cameron Goodnight has joined Delaware Online as an underserved communities reporter to cover Wilmington. Recently, Goodnight was a community news reporter at the Baltimore Sun. Previously, he interned at Sports & Entertainment Network and Urban Sports Beat. He formerly monitored Reuters on a highly trafficked website for new and updating news articles. Goodnight has a […]

AP biz news desk adds three

Associated Press global business editor Noreen Gillespie announced three new roles on the Business News team: These new and expanded roles will help us in our mission to tell stories that meet audiences where they are, leverage our global footprint, and create a report that is relevant for customers and AP’s digital audiences. And they […]

Semafor hires Adegoke to launch Africa edition

News startup Semafor has hired Rest of World’s Yinka Adegoke to launch an Africa news edition. He has been Rest of World’s editor of strategic initiatives. He will work on audience strategies for growth and also oversee its Africa coverage. He previously ran Quartz Africa. Before Quartz Africa, Adegoke was a media business reporter for Reuters for the […]

TechRadar global managing editor McCann set to depart

John McCann, global managing editor at TechRadar, is set to leave. McCann tweets, “After an incredible 10.5 years, where I’ve learned so much, met so many fantastic people and got to work with the best team in the biz, it’s time for a new challenge.” Previously, he served as a phone and tablets writer; phone […]