WSJ names Goldie new U.S. news night editor
Jennifer Forsyth, the U.S. news editor for The Wall Street Journal, sent out the following staff promotion on M0nday evening:
We’re very proud to announce that Diane Goldie has joined the USNEWS team as night editor, replacing Tedra Meyer, who has taken a management job on the WSJ Real-Time desk.
Diane brings tremendous reporting, editing and production experience. She comes most recently from Newsday, where she worked for 12 years, holding several positions, including Editor of Local Media, Assistant Managing Editor/Crossmedia, Editor of Newsday.com and Editor of amNewYork. She was part of a core team of editors who integrated digital and print in the newsroom.
Prior to joining Newsday Diane was the National/International Editor at the New York Daily News, supervising the Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles bureaus, as well as a worldwide network of freelancers. Diane worked as a legal affairs, government, education and police reporter at the Rocky Mountain News and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She was born and raised in New York City and graduated from Columbia and Fordham universities.
I know you’ll all make her feel welcome.