The Atlantic seeks an assistant editor

The Atlantic is seeking an assistant editor to join our newsroom audience engagement team, whose mission includes maximizing the reach and impact of our journalism, cultivating relationships with readers and building habit among them, helping our newsroom understand those audiences better, and innovating fresh tactics on emerging platforms to keep The Atlantic at the frontier […]

The Atlantic’s Hadjis becomes Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism fellow

Emma Williams, assistant audience and engagement editor at The Atlantic, is now a Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism fellow at Poynter Institute. Previously, Williams was an audience and engagement fellow at The Texas Tribune. She interned at KUT Public Media and Austin Monthly Magazine. Williams has a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, where […]

Washington Week names Goldberg moderator

The following excerpt was sent out from Editor & Publisher: Sharon Percy Rockefeller, president and chief executive officer of WETA and president of NewsHour Productions, has announced Jeffrey Goldberg, the editor in chief of The Atlantic, as the new moderator of Washington Week. The Atlantic will join NewsHour and WETA as an editorial partner on the show, to be […]

The Atlantic hires two staff writers

The following excerpt was sent out from The Atlantic: The journalists Michael Powell and Zoë Schlanger will join The Atlantic as staff writers, editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg announced today. Michael has been a reporter at The New York Times since 2007, and will begin with The Atlantic next month. Zoë will start this fall, covering issues of climate and writing […]

NY Times taps Acheampong to serve as digital editor

The New York Times has hired Nicole Acheampong as a digital editor for T, where she will work across multiple categories, including art, culture, style, beauty and entertainment. She will begin on July 11. Starting in November 2021, Acheampong served as an associate editor, culture at The Atlantic. She also worked as an editorial assistant […]

Guardian US names Williams deputy editor for race and equity

Lauren N. Williams will join The Guardian US as deputy editor for race and equity. She will begin on May 30. In her new role, Williams will helm editorial coverage on race, identity, and inequality across all teams and desks. Commenting on her new role, she said: “I’m thrilled to be joining the Guardian, helping […]

The Atlantic hires Edelman as a senior editor for economics coverage

Gilad Edelman has joined The Atlantic as a senior editor to help expand coverage of economics and the political economy. Recently, he worked as a communications strategist at the Federal Trade Commission. Before that, he was a politics writer at Wired. Edelman also served as editor and then executive editor at The Washington Monthly. Edelman […]

Rosin named host of The Atlantic’s weekly podcast

The following excerpt was sent out from The Atlantic: The Atlantic has named a new host for its flagship podcast, Radio Atlantic: Hanna Rosin, a former Atlantic writer who was a co-host of NPR’s Invisibilia and most recently the editorial director for audio at New York magazine. Hanna will bring her formidable talent and deep curiosity to Radio Atlantic, which will relaunch in the […]

LA Times appoints Kim Seoul correspondent

The following excerpt was sent out on behalf of the Los Angeles Times foreign and national editor Alan Zarembo and deputy foreign and national editor Rebecca Bryant: We are delighted to announce that Max Kim is the new Los Angeles Times correspondent in Seoul. In his new role, Kim will continue The Times’ long tradition […]

The Atlantic hires McCrummen as staff writer

The Atlantic has tapped Stephanie McCrummen as a staff writer. Recently, she was a staff reporter at The Washington Post. McCrummen also served as a foreign correspondent covering East and Central Africa. She also served as a metro reporter covering suburban Virginia. Prior to joining the Post, she was a general assignment reporter at Newsday. […]