February 25, 2019
/ by Anna Marevska
The New York Times has hired Zolan Kanno-Youngs as a correspondent covering homeland security and immigration and border issues. He will be located in the Washington bureau and starts Feb. 25. Kanno-Youngs comes from The Wall Street Journal, where he spent the last five years covering law enforcement. Prior to that, he was a sports and metro reporter at the Boston Globe.
Bill Owens has been promoted to executive producer of CBS's "60 Minutes," succeeding Jeff Fager. Owens is only the third EP in the show's history, and has been the leader of the program since Fager was ousted in September 2018. Owens has been with CBS since the 1990s and has worked as a producer across multiple programs.
The Los Angeles Times has announced multiple additions and promotions across Page One, Metro and the Foreign/National Desks:
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