Media Moves

WSJ’s chief technology officer promoted to News Corp. position

February 20, 2019

Posted by Chris Roush

Rajiv Pant

Wall Street Journal chief technology officer Rajiv Pant has been promoted to a position at parent company News Corp.

Here is the announcement from Journal editor in chief Matt Murray:

Colleagues:

Most of you will have seen by now the exciting news that Rajiv Pant has been promoted to a new role as Deputy Chief Technology Officer at News Corp. This is great news for him and for the newsroom; I expect he will continue to be actively involved with us going forward and will help facilitate the next stages of tech development. In just two years as our CTO, Rajiv has been a transformative presence, bringing in a great many new talents and helping our products and technical capabilities march forward on many fronts. Thanks to him, product, design and engineering have been ever more central to the newsroom–as they must be for our continued success.

Rajiv will be with us for several more weeks before moving upstairs to his fancy new digs, and we’ll soon share plans on how we will advance the work he has undertaken. In the meantime, please join me in congratulating him and thanking him for all he’s accomplished here.

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