Elijah Wolfson has joined Time magazine as editor, focusing on health and science news. Wolfson has served as editorial director for Healthline, and senior editor for Newsweek in the past. Most recently, he was with Quartz, where he was an editor, also covering health and science topics.
Teen Vogue welcomes back former contributing writer, Danielle Kwateng-Clark, as its culture and entertainment director. Her focus is leading music, movie, television and popular culture content. Kwateng-Clark comes from Broadly, where she was senior editor. Prior to that, she was with Essence Magazine as an entertainment editor and content producer.
The Washington Post announced that Beirut-based Middle East correspondent, Louisa Loveluck, has been named Baghdad bureau chief. She began reporting from Cairo for The Daily Telegraph in 2013, before moving to WaPo for a fellowship.
Jeff Bercovici has been hired by the Los Angeles Times as deputy business editor for the paper. He comes from Inc. Magazine where he was the San Francisco bureau chief for four years. He has also worked for Forbes as a senior editor and staff writer, as well as a blogger for Conde Nast Portfolio.
The Wall Street Journal has named Nell Henderson as economics editor, effective immediately. She will continue to be based at the Washington, D.C. bureau, while focusing on national and global economic coverage. Henderson has been with WSJ since 2011, where she started covering economic policy as an editor. Prior to WSJ, Henderson reported for both Los Angeles times and The Washington Post.
Former Talent Quarterly executive director, Andrew Daniels, has joined Popular Mechanic as its service and how-to editor. Daniels previously spent seven years with Men’s Health, working up to senior online editor for the magazine. He has also spent time as a contributing editor to Playboy, as well as a freelance writer and editor.
FOX News Channel brings on Mark Meredith as a breaking news correspondent for its Washington, D.C. bureau. Meredith makes the move from Nexstar Media Group, where he was a White House correspondent. Before covering the White House, he was a general assignment reporter for KDVR-TV in Colorado.
WNBC-TV reporter, Jummy Olabanji, will be moving on to NBC’s Washington D.C. station, WRC-TV, as a reporter and anchor. In the past, Olabanji has spent time as a reporter at Virginia’s WTKR-TV, and North Carolina’s WCAV-TV. She will start her new role in July.
Reporter and anchor Ruben Galvan has returned to Houston, this time at Tegna station KHOU-TV. Galvan was a features reporter at Texas station KPRC-TV until 2016, before moving to Scientist.com as a reporter, covering biotechnology.
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