Mar 15, 2016 / by Cision Media Research

Andrew Rosenthal is stepping down as the editorial page editor at The New York Times at the end of April and will contribute to the paper as an online columnist. Rosenthal has been the editorial page editor since January 2007 and before that, was previously deputy editorial page editor since 2003.

Replacing Rosenthal will be James Bennet, who has been the editor of The Atlantic for the past decade. This will be a return to NYT for Bennet, who from 1991 until 2006 was at the paper, serving as White House correspondent, Jerusalem bureau chief, and staff writer over the course of his original tenure. Bennet rejoins the paper on May 2. Follow The New York Times on Twitter and Facebook for all the news that’s fit to print.

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