LA Times hires Bercovici as deputy tech editor
The Los Angeles Times has hired longtime business journalist Jeff Bercovici to be its deputy tech editor.
He will start later this month and remain based in San Francisco.
“When I heard their vision of what a daily newspaper should and can be in 2019, I immediately wanted to be part of it,” said Bercovici on Twitter.
He has been San Francisco bureau chief of Inc. magazine for the past four-and-a-half years.
He has also worked for Forbes in New York and San Francisco as a media reporter and senior editor covering big platform companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo.
Before Forbes, Bercovici was the media columnist for the business website DailyFinance. Before that, he created a media blog for Conde Nast Portfolio.
Earlier, he was part of the re-relaunch team for Radar magazine, where he wrote about media, entertainment and politics, and he also spent a couple of years co-writing the media column in WWD.
He is a Cornell University graduate.