WSJ journalists Zinsli switches to podcast team

After working for 12 years with The Wall Street Journal Pro Group, Christopher Zinsli will be switching jobs and joining The Journal podcast team. At the WSJ Pro, Zinsli held the post of editor. Before that, he was with The Hudson Reporter working as a special publications editor. He also held the post of supervisor […]

CNN hires WSJ’s Salama as national security correspondent

Vivian Salama has joined CNN as national security correspondent. She will be based in CNN’s Washington bureau. Previously, Salama was a White House reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Before that, she was a political reporter NBC News. Prior to joining NBC News, Vivian was a White House reporter and national security/foreign policy reporter for […]

WSJ hires Koh to cover Samsung

Elizabeth Koh will be joining the Wall Street Journal next month as a foreign correspondent. She will be joining the Journal’s Seoul bureau to cover Samsung. Before coming to the WSJ, Koh was serving as a state government reporter at The Miami Herald. Before that, she was a reporter at McClatchy. She also interned at […]

WSJ names Cherney its editor of news features and special projects

Wall Street Journal editor Matt Murray sent out the following announcement on Monday: Dear All: I’m pleased to share the news that Elena Cherney is taking on several new assignments in her portfolio and a new title as Editor, News Features and Special Projects. For just over two years, Elena has been charged with the […]

WSJ hires Babin as senior editor, host of “The Future of Everything” podcast

Janet Babin has joined The Wall Street Journal as its new senior editor and host of the Journal’s “The Future of Everything” podcast. Before that, Babin was executive producer at Climate 2020. She also taught as a part-time professor at The New School. She also held the posts of news reporter and host reporter at […]

WSJ names Gendron as audience interactions producer

Nico Gendron has joined The Wall Street Journal as an audience interactions producer. She will be based on Ethar El-Katatney and Lauren T. Redding’s young audiences team. Previously, Gendron was serving as program manager/local news fellow at Instagram. She also overlooked creative strategy and brand strategy at The New York Times and Praytell, respectively. Additionally, […]

WSJ hires Washington Post’s Paul to cover courts

The Wall Street Journal has hired Washington Post reporter Deanna Paul. She will start on Jan. 13 and cover the Manhattan district attorney’s office and the New York attorney general’s office. Paul covers national and breaking news for The Post. She was part of the newspaper’s team that was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer […]

Reuters hires WSJ’s Iosebashvili to be an editor

Reuters has hired Wall Street Journal reporter Ira Iosebashvili to be an editor on its U.S. markets team. He starts Monday. He has been a foreign exchange and commodities reporter for The Journal since August 2012. Before that, Iosebashvili covered the economy for three years for the paper. In that job, he covered the Russian […]

Dow Jones/WSJ autos reporter departs to freelance

Max Bernhard has left his job as a reporter covering European autos with Dow Jones, Newswires and The Wall Street Journal with the new year. Instead, now, he will be reporting from Hong Kong covering the pro-democracy protests as a freelancer. His long-term plans are to be based in Tokyo. Before joining Dow Jones and […]

WSJ seeks editor

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a Newsletter and Curation Editor to join its New Formats team. As an editor, you will manage a portfolio of email newsletters, coordinate training and access to third-party tools for email, calendars and other formats, monitor campaign performance and best practices, and assist the New Formats editor in […]