Boston’s GBH appoints Goldberg president and CEO

GBH (which produces digital and broadcast programming through WGBH-FM 89.7 in Boston) has named Susan Goldberg its president and CEO, making her the first woman to hold these posts since GBH was founded in 1951. Recently Goldberg held the post of Vice Dean, Professor of Practice at Arizona State University. Goldberg has also served as editor […]

WaPo appoints Jaggard health and science deputy editor

Victoria Jaggard has joined The Washington Post’s Health and Science team as a deputy editor. Recently, Jaggard was an executive editor, science at National Geographic. Jaggard also held posts at Nat Geo that included online science editor, senior science editor and senior director – science and innovation. From August 2005 to June 2012, she was […]

NY Times promotes six, hires one in Opinion

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times Opinion editor Kathleen Kingsbury and deputy Opinion editor Patrick Healy: Frank Augugliaro has been promoted to design director. Since joining the desk in 2019, he has played an instrumental role in shaping the visual identity for Opinion, collaborating on our recent digital and print redesigns. […]

NY Times hires Elliott as story editor, Graphics

Kennedy Elliott has joined The New York Times Graphics department as a story editor. Recently, Elliott was director of interactive storytelling at National Geographic, where she also worked as a senior graphics editor. She was a graphics editor at The Washington Post and an interactive journalist at both The Guardian and The Associated Press. Elliott […]

Washington Post names Canales assignment editor, Graphics

The Washington Post has tapped Manuel Canales as an assignment editor in Graphics, with a focus on enterprise projects. Canales begins on Aug. 8. Recently, Canales was at National Geographic, where he worked for seven years as a senior graphics editor. There, he developed its information graphics and illustrations, both in print and digitally. Previously, […]

Politico’s Burns departs for National Geographic

Kam Burns has joined National Geographic as a senior producer for social and audience development. Recently, he was an engagement editor at Politico. He formerly worked at Wired and has interned at The New York Times, The Hartford Courant, PolitiFact and WBUR-FM 90.9, NPR member station in Boston. He was a metro correspondent at The […]

National Geographic appoints Lump EIC

The following excerpt release was sent out: Today, National Geographic Media, the worldwide digital, social and print publisher that elevates innovative storytelling about people, places and projects that shape our world, has announced its new editor in chief, Nathan Lump. Lump brings more than 25 years of experience spanning such notable publications as Travel + […]

Time adds two to its editorial staff

Whitney Matewe has joined Time as a photo editor. Previously, she held the same post at National Geographic. Matewe was also a digital photo editor at The New Yorker and a photo editing fellow at The Intercept. She has also interned at Refinery29, Inc. and was a photo fellow at Conde Nast. She has also […]

Streetsblog makes two new hires

Streetsblog has hired Jesse Coburn and Fiifi Frimpong as reporters, reports Politico. Coburn joins from Newsday where he recently held the post of transportation and education reporter. Coburn has been with Newsday for more than 4 years and has also served as a local government reporter. He has also worked as a metro desk stringer […]

The Economist Group appoints Malley president of client solutions business

The Economist Group has named Claudia Malley as president/managing director of its recently formed client solutions business. Malley will be leading a global team focused on agenda-setting integrated marketing programs that leverage the Economist Group’s unique capabilities, unparalleled global policy and research insights. These efforts will be supported by marketing amplification capabilities. Malley is a […]