November 30, 2018
/ by Anna Marevska
There are a few upcoming moves at The Washington Post, where two new reporters join the staff in the New Year, and a new deputy editor comes in December:
Erika Allen has joined The Cut as culture editor overseeing culture coverage and editing essays, profiles, and features that focus on people and cultural events. She comes from the Outline, where she was executive editor. Prior to that, she was deputy editor at Vice magazine, and before that she worked for The New York Times.
Rob Smith has joined Seattle Business as editor in chief. He was most recently a national retail reporter for CoStar News, and before that helmed the Puget Sound Business Journal for four years as editor in chief. Prior to that, he was the managing editor, and later, editor in chief for the Portland Business Journal.
Zach C. Cohen will join the HIll team at the National Journal as Senate reporter in January. He has been with the outlet for four years, first as Hotline‘s digital editor, and most recently on the governors and statehouses beat since February 2016. Before that, he worked for LinkTV as a reporter.
Condé Nast has shut down Glamour‘s print edition, and transitioned the magazine to an online-only format. The magazine’s final print issue — January 2019 — arrived on newsstands Nov. 27. The company may still publish occasional print issues around its annual Women of the Year Awards, and other special topics. Glamour was founded in 1939, and was one of Condé Nast's most profitable titles.
Jarard Johnson is the new late night on-air personality for WAMJ-FM radio in Atlanta, Georgia, and can be heard on air starting at 7pm. Most recently he worked part time and weekends for Entercom's Urban WVEE-FM in Atlanta.
Salem Media Group has named Brad Marshall as general manager for the Pittsburgh radio cluster, which includes religion WORD-FM and WPIT-AM, and news talk radio WPGP-AM. Marshall was most recently a market manager for Ohio Midland Newsgroup.
Longtime KGO-TV anchor and host of "Beyond the Headlines," Cheryl Jennings has announced her retirement at the end of the year. She has been with the ABC's owned station in San Francisco since 1979, and over the years has reported on women and children’s issues, social justice and stories involving land mine removal in war torn countries.
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