The Washington Post names Matea Gold managing editor

Effective September 2023, Matea Gold will oversee several major newsroom departments.

The Washington Post: Hank Stuever promoted to deputy features editor

Hank Stuever has been named deputy features editor of The Washington Post. He will focus on the Style section and the politics, media, fashion, entertainment and breaking news desks within Features, leading the daily report and working on the online Style relaunch.

NewsNation signs former congressman and director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney to contributor role

Beginning this week, Mick Mulvaney will offer commentary and analysis across the network’s daytime and primetime programming, including the new political ensemble program, “The Hill,” and special election and political coverage. Mulvaney’s first appearance was May 9 on “The Hill” at 5 p.m. ET.

Financial Times appoints Soumaya Keynes as economics podcast host and columnist

The Financial Times has appointed Soumaya Keynes as an economics podcast host and columnist. Keynes is currently Britain economics editor at The Economist and will join the FT in the summer.

Gannett is experiencing a mass exodus among top execs. Here’s who has left.

Since December, eight top-ranking editors and executives at Gannett and flagship paper USA TODAY have left.

Variety promotes Jem Aswad to executive editor, music

Variety has promoted Jem Aswad to lead all music content across digital, print and live media platforms as executive editor, music.

Krista Mahr joins Opinion at The New York Times as deputy international editor

Krista Mahr comes to The New York Times from POLITICO, where she covered public health and the CDC.

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More Newspeople on the Move
Jeremy Childs joins the Los Angeles Times from the Ventura County Star, where he has worked as a reporter since 2016.
In a note to staff, New York Times Company CEO Meredith Levien announced some leadership and organizational changes to help accelerate growth.
Hadley Gamble, a CNBC reporter who ended up as part of the headlines involving the business-news outlet’s corporate parent and the ouster of its most recent CEO, is departing the company herself.
NPR welcomes the election of Milena Alberti-Perez and Margaret Low to the NPR Board of Directors.
Bo Hee Kim will partner with Hannah Poferl, chief data officer and head of Audience, to drive strategy, operations and execution of the newspaper's most critical priorities across the Audience Mission.
Wick Communications veteran Ken Harty has been named publisher of The Daily Iberian in New Iberia, Louisiana. He succeeds Michael Messerly. 
Ian Kirkwood has been named publisher of the Eastern Arizona Courier and the Copper Era in Safford, succeeding Belinda Mills.
Kristen Go is CalMatters’ new editor in chief, bringing extensive experience in high-quality local and national journalism to the eight-year-old nonprofit newsroom.
Christine “Chris” Dotts, a veteran communications executive, has been named the new president of the Cronkite Endowment Board of Trustees at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Pauline Arrillaga has been named executive director of the National Center on Disability and Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
The Dart Center has announced the recipients of the 2023 Ochberg Fellowship, a program that deepens journalists' reporting of violence, conflict and tragedy. This year’s Fellows include outstanding senior and mid-career journalists in all media, representing four continents.
POLITICO has announced that Jen Hurley has been named senior vice president of finance for operations in North America. In this role, she will be responsible for maximizing the financial and operating performance of the organization.
Roz Helderman is taking on a new role at The Washington Post as deputy national investigations editor, a position in which she will help launch and elevate some of the paper's most consequential work.
Jenny Gold and Kate Sequeira have joined the Los Angeles Times to anchor its new early childhood education initiative, which will explore the critical issues affecting California’s youngest residents, their parents, care providers and educators.
Latino Media Network announced that Sylvia Banderas Coffinet has been named CEO. She joins founders Stephanie Valencia and Jessica Morales Rocketto in scaling one of the largest Latina owned multi-platform audio and media companies to serve the Hispanic market in the U.S. today.
The Gazette and affiliated APG publications across southern Wisconsin have implemented a staffing reorganization that will help ensure readers get the best local news coverage.
Dr. Angela Jerome, communication professor, has been named the assistant director of the newly merged School of Media & Communication in the Potter College of Arts & Letters (PCAL) at Western Kentucky University.
LSU has named Kimberly Bissell the dean of the Manship School of Mass Communication, effective July 24, pending approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors.
Paul Gaier has joined Adams Publishing Group as its new regional president for Northern Wisconsin, working with newspapers in Eau Claire, Rice Lake, Spooner, Ashland, Sawyer County and Price County.