Lozada to join the NY Times as Opinion columnist

Carlos Lozada will join The New York Times as an Opinion columnist. Lozada starts on September 1. Lozada has been serving as nonfiction book critic at The Washington Post since 2015. Before that, he served as Sunday Outlook editor, national security editor and economics editor. He was managing editor at Foreign Policy. He was an […]

Washington Post taps Reynolds to cover exercise science

The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s wellness editor Tara Parker-Pope: I’m delighted to announce that Gretchen Reynolds will be joining The Washington Post as a columnist covering exercise science for our expanded wellness desk. Gretchen comes to The Post after 16 years writing for the New York Times, where she redefined […]

Williams to join the Washington Post as books editor

The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s managing editor for diversity and inclusion Krissah Thompson and deputy features editor Mitch Rubin: We are thrilled to announce that John Williams is joining The Washington Post as books editor, helping to reinvigorate this important coverage area. John will lead our award-winning nonfiction and fiction […]

NY Times welcomes three producers to audio team

John White, Sara Brooke Curtis and Alex Barron have joined The New York Times Audio as producers. An excerpt from The New York Times executive producer of audio Wendy Dorr reads: John joins the audio shorts team as a producer. Before joining the audio team John produced podcasts for Gimlet Media/Spotify. Prior to jumping into […]

NY Times hires González Gómez from The Economist

New York Times graphics director Archie Tse and graphics deputy editor Wilson Andrews sent out the following on Monday: We’re excited to announce that Martín González Gómez is joining the Graphics department as a graphics editor. Martín joins us from The Economist, where he was a visual journalist, building graphics and interactives on a variety of news […]

Newsweek taps Tatlow to serve as international affairs correspondent

Newsweek has appointed Didi Kirsten Tatlow as international affairs correspondent, focusing on China. An excerpt from the announcement reads: Prior to joining Newsweek, Tatlow reported from China for The International Herald Tribune (now the global edition of The New York Times) and The New York Times from 2010 to 2017, reporting from Beijing. “Tatlow was […]

NY Times appoints Purdy editor at large

Matt Purdy has been named editor at large at The New York Times. This is a new leadership position in which Purdy will continue to shape the Times’ enterprise and investigative reporting. An excerpt from the announcement reads: Matt recently turned 66 and, in line with the company policy on masthead positions, will no longer […]

Newsweek taps Tatlow to serve as international affairs correspondent

Newsweek has appointed Didi Kirsten Tatlow as international affairs correspondent, focusing on China. An excerpt from the announcement reads: Prior to joining Newsweek, Tatlow reported from China for The International Herald Tribune (now the global edition of The New York Times) and The New York Times from 2010 to 2017, reporting from Beijing. “Tatlow was […]

NY Times appoints Purdy editor at large

Matt Purdy has been named editor at large at The New York Times. This is a new leadership position in which Purdy will continue to shape the Times’ enterprise and investigative reporting. An excerpt from the announcement reads: Matt recently turned 66 and, in line with the company policy on masthead positions, will no longer […]

NY Times Opinion welcomes back Kristof

The following was sent out from The New York Times Opinion editor Kathleen Kingsbury: In his “farewell” column before running for governor of Oregon, Nick Kristof mentioned that when William Safire was asked if he would give up his Times column to be secretary of state, he replied, “Why take a step down?” Now Nick […]