Connie Guglielmo, who has overseen CNET News since 2014, has been promoted to editor in chief of all of CNET’s operations.
That includes reviews and other parts of the CBS Interactive subsidiary. Lindsey Turrentine was previously editor of CNET Reviews.
Turrentine is now vice president of CBS Interactive Tech. In this role, she is responsible for content strategy and development of CBS Interactive’s tech brands, which include CNET, ZDNET, TechRepublic and Roadshow by CNET.
Roger Cheng, who is executive editor of CNET News, will now run the daily news operation.
She also spent seven years as a financial reporter and enterprise editor for Bloomberg, where her stories and her team’s coverage of the most-important publicly traded companies moved markets.
Additionally, Guglielmo served as the Silicon Valley Bureau Chief for Interactive Week – a position she presided over during the dotcom bust. She has also served as a news editor for MacWeek, and as vice president of corporate communications for HP.
Excited to take on my new role as Editor in Chief of CNET. Looking forward to working with @RogerWCheng @Serrels @jasonhiner @falconejp & the amazing CNET team. Every day, an adventure! pic.twitter.com/Gp1pRT1R0F
— Connie Guglielmo (@techledes) February 7, 2019