NY Times hires Kamin to cover real estate

New York Times real estate editor Nikita Stewart sent out the following on Tuesday: In August, The New York Times published Debra Kamin’s blockbuster exposé of sexual harassment within the National Realtors Association, the largest professional organization in the country. Two days later, its president resigned. Debra’s doggedness and curiosity have helped drive the Real Estate desk’s growth in the […]

Zhuang, Yoon join the NY Times Seoul hub

Yan Zhuang and John Yoon, reporter-researchers on The New York Times International desk, have joined the breaking news hub in Seoul. Zhuang started her journalism career in Australia at The Age. She joined the Times during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, she has covered extreme weather conditions, the #MeToo movement and Australian animal stories.   […]

NY Times debuts weekly interview franchise

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times’ Sam Dolnick, Jake Silverstein and Paula Szuchman: We are excited to announce the creation of a new weekly New York Times interview franchise that will provide readers and listeners with intimate, in-depth conversations with notable people from all realms of public life. It will […]

Media Movers: The New York Times’ Rich Barbieri

Rich Barbieri has an interesting version of lucky that involves paying rent with credit cards while working odd jobs. During this time, he was planting the seeds for at top-tier career that now has him working as an editor at The New York Times. He’s previously worked at CNN — where he managed an astounding […]

NY Times hires Stevens to be deputy tech editor

New York Times business editor Ellen Pollock sent out the following on Wednesday: We’re delighted to announce that Laura Stevens is joining The Times as a deputy technology editor. Laura joins us from The Washington Post, where she was most recently technology industry editor, helping to guide coverage of some of the biggest tech companies, including Amazon, […]

Malone named new NY Times Sunday biz editor

New York Times business editor Ellen Pollock sent out the following: I’m thrilled to announce that Noreen Malone has joined Business as Sunday Business editor. Noreen comes to us from Style, where she was enterprise editor. Before joining The Times, she hosted Slate’s “Slow Burn” podcast. Noreen was features editor and then editorial director at New York […]

Dreier of NY Times wins WERT Prize for migrant child labor coverage

Hannah Dreier, an investigative reporter at The New York Times, won the WERT Global Prize for outstanding business reporting by a woman for “Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S.” and related stories exposing a migrant child labor scandal involving some of the world’s largest corporations. The award is given by […]

Parsons and Wong become deputy Asia editors for NY Times

New York Times international editor Phil Pan sent out the following: They are two of the most accomplished beat editors you’ll find at The Times, pioneers who moved from Hong Kong and helped establish the Seoul newsroom. Now, Andy Parsons and Gillian Wong have been promoted to be deputy Asia editors, taking on added responsibility across the […]

NY Times hires STAT senior news editor Thielking

Lori Leibovich, the editor of Well at The New York Times, sent out the following on Thursday: For months, we’ve been searching for a gifted editor to lead Well’s daily news coverage and work with our reporters to further shape our news strategy. We’ve found that person in Megan Thielking. Megan is joining us from […]

NY Times opposes restrictions in Bankman-Fried case

The New York Times pushed back against restrictions in FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s criminal trial that would limit participants’ ability to speak to the press, reports Andre Beganski of Decrypt. Beganski repors, “In a letter addressed to U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan, the newspaper advocated for the public’s right to know about a scandal that’s ‘stripped billions of […]