NY Times hires Bugbee as editor, Styles

The following excerpt announcement was sent out from The New York Times: We’re delighted to announce a new editor for Styles. She is Stella Bugbee, and she comes to us from New York magazine, where she has most recently been an editor at large. She was previously president and editor in chief of The Cut, […]

NY Magazine appoints Sicha editor-at-large

The New York Magazine has named Choire Sicha editor-at-large, reports Politico. In his new role, Sicha will be writing short-form pieces along with longer essays and critical pieces for the magazine’s news and politics vertical, Intelligencer. He will also be an editor focusing on special projects, especially on new New York editorial products, starting August […]

NY Times taps Goodnough as domestic policy and healthcare editor in Washington

The New York Times has appointed Abby Goodnough as a domestic policy and health care editor in Washington. Goodnough has been with the Times since the mid-1990s, when she replaced Cliff Levy as a news assistant on the International desk. She has also worked night shifts on the Metro desk. Prior to covering health, Goodnough […]

Díez joins NY Times as senior editor for newsroom development and support

The New York Times sent out the following excerpt announcement: We’re thrilled to announce that María Sánchez Díez, a talented journalist with a strong background in digital storytelling and audience development, is joining the Newsroom Development and Support team as a senior editor of digital storytelling and training. María comes to us from The Washington […]

NY Times names Morris Sunday editor in Washington

The New York Times has promoted Teshia Morris to the post of Sunday editor in Washington. Morris joined The Times in 2011 and spent her first six years on the Metro copy desk. From there she joined the short-lived Live copy desk and then the Print Hub. She has also served as deputy weekend editor […]

NY Times hires Ramos as Flex desk editor

Víctor Manuel Ramos will be joining The New York Times’ flexible editing desk as an editor. He comes from Newsday where he recently held the post of deputy editor. Ramos has been with Newsday for more than 10 years and has also served as a special writer. He was also a senior staff writer at […]

NY Times hires Salazar as a fact checker for The Book Review

Miguel Salazar will be joining The New York Times’s The Book Review as a fact checker. He comes from The Nation where he was a research director running the fact-checking department and internship program. Before that, he was a reporter researcher fact checking for The New Republic. He has also worked as a freelance fact […]

Job change for NY Times’ Peer

Basharat Peer is leaving The New York Times, where he was a staff editor for international opinion, reports Politico. However, he will stay with The Times as a contributing writer for opinion and will also work on a number of long-term writing projects. Peer has also worked at The Guardian, The New Yorker, Foreign Policy […]

Blumenstein of NY Times talks about expanding its business coverage

Longtime business journalist Rebecca Blumenstein spoke with Ashley Zlatopolsky of the Detroit Jewish News about her career. Here is an excerpt: Can you tell us about your 2017 transition to the Times? My first job when I arrived at the Times was to reinvigorate and elevate our business coverage. The Times had a long tradition of great investigative business journalism, but it […]

NY Times seeks director of cinematography

The New York Times Video Unit is looking for a director of cinematography who can help lead The Times’ effort to produce groundbreaking, must-see digital news video. The DoC will be in charge of managing and curating a stylized look that distinguishes Times videos as a recognizable product. He/she will act as a guardian for […]