Washington Post hires Dennis as audio producer for Post Reports

The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s director of audio Renita Jablonski, “Post Reports” senior producer Maggie Penman and supervising senior producer Reena Flores: We’re delighted to announce that Eliza Dennis is joining The Washington Post as an audio producer on the Post Reports team. Eliza is known as a steady hand […]

Kurzius joins Washington Post as reporter for “The Home You Own”

The Washington Post has hired Rachel Kurzius as a reporter for its “The Home You Own” initiative which is scheduled to launch this fall. Kurzius begins on Aug. 15. She joins from WAMU-FM 88.5, where she was a host/reporter. She contributed to the Washington Post Magazine, Curbed, Washingtonian and the Washington City Paper. She worked […]

Washington Post appoints Barton breaking news video editor for mornings

Jackson Barton, a video intern at The Washington Post has been named breaking news video editor for mornings. Barton will “coordinate with the Universal Desk on live streams, source key videos for developing stories and edit breaking news packages for on- and off-site.” He begins Aug. 15. Previously, Barton interned at Waypoint Robotics, Inc.; KXAN-TV […]

Washington Post names Malhi lead writer for coronavirus newsletter

The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s national editor Matea Gold, deputy national Editor Philip Rucker, health and science editor Stephen Smith and deputy health and science editors Carol Eisenberg, Katie Zezima and Tracy Jan: We are delighted to announce that Sabrina Malhi is joining the Health and Science team as lead […]

Washington Post media critic Sullivan departing for Duke University

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post’s media columnist who writes about the news media, press rights and the digital transformation of the culture will leave to join Duke University part time as the 2023 Pamela and Jack Egan Visiting Professor. Sullivan’s last day is Aug. 24. An excerpt from Sullivan’s memo reads: Working at the legendary Washington […]

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 […]

Washington Post seeks deputy breaking news editor for business and tech

The Washington Post is looking for an experienced and creative editor to lead our breaking news desk through the afternoon and early evening, jumping on live events across such critical coverage areas as technology, economic policy, financial markets and general business. This is a full-time position that requires strong news judgment and versatility. The ideal […]

Washington Post names Abutaleb White House reporter

The Washington Post has tapped Yasmeen Abutaleb as a White House reporter to cover President Biden and his administration. Recently, Abutaleb served as a health policy reporter, focused on the government’s COVID-19 response, the Department of Health and Human Services, White House health policy and health care legislation on Capitol Hill. Previously, she worked as […]

Washington Post taps Mourtoupalas as graphics reporter

The following was sent out from The Washington Post’s director of graphics Chiqui Esteban and deputy graphics director Tim Meko: We are happy to announce that Nick Mourtoupalas is joining the Graphics team as a graphics reporter. Nick, currently a news copy aide, has been at The Post for five years, during which he worked […]