NY Mag makes new hire, promotes three others
New York Magazine has hired writer and radio host Hanna Rosin as editorial director for audio.
The move comes as the magazine aims to expand its podcast output.
In her new role, Rosin will oversee the magazine’s existing podcast portfolio, including Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway’s “Pivot” and a forthcoming launch, and exploring new series.
Previously, Rosin was with The Atlantic and Slate, among other publications. Most recently, she was at NPR, where she co-hosted the podcast/radio program “Invisibilia” since 2016.
Rosin is a graduate of Stanford University.
Apart from a new hire, NY Magazine has also announced three promotions. These include:
- The Cut senior editor Adrienne Green has been made features editor at New York. Previously, she was managing editor at The Atlantic. In her new role, Green will continue to edit for The Cut while working across the full site and print magazine.
- Current deputy editor of the site’s entertainment news offshoot “Vulture” Gazelle Emani has been promoted to culture editor at New York. Her new role will have Emani working closely aligning Vulture’s coverage with that of the flagship magazine. She will also be overseeing the print magazine’s “Culture Pages” section.
- Staff writer Zak Cheney-Rice has been promoted to features writer. Previously, he was editor of Mic’s race, identity, and social justice vertical, The Movement.