CNBC.com hires Cordova from Crain’s New York
Elisabeth Cordova, a senior news producer at Crain’s New York Business, resigned Thursday to accept a job working for CNBC.com.
At CNBC’s web operation, she will be a news producer and be reunited with former Crain’s New York editor Xana Antunes.
Cordova will start on Nov. 4 as CNBC digital mews editor reporting to Ben Berkowitz, deputy managing editor, news, CNBC Digital
At Crain’s New York, Cordova steered the newsroom’s daily online news efforts, with help of two other news producer, and focused especially on managing its growing array of online projects, from the annual 40 Under 40 beast to our latest Fast 50 feature on local companies with most insane growth rates.
“We’re looking for a replacement who knows the New York market – business, politics, community news – and who can do wondrous things to our online projects, from idea generating to coding,” said Glenn Coleman, the editor of Crain’s New York, in an email to Talking Biz News.
Before Crain’s New York, Cordova worked for New Orleans CityBusiness and the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal as a reporter.
She won a SABEW Best in Business award in 2009 for a multimedia project called “The Making of a New York Dress.”