November 01, 2019
Media Moves US,
/ by Anna Marevska
The Washington Post has announced two important staff additions in their Investigative Unit and Global Opinion section, respectively:
Julie Turkewitz has been named Andes bureau chief at The New York Times and will relocate to South America to begin her new duties in December. She is currently a national correspondent at the paper and covers the Rocky Mountains out of Colorado. Turkewitz joined the paper in 2012 as a Metro stringer and by 2014 was hired full time on the National Desk and relocated to the Colorado bureau.
Bustle Digital Group has hired two top editors:
Kim Johnson Flodin has been promoted to deputy news director, photos and newsgathering for the Associated Press. She oversees the Central Region, a 14-state territory that stretches from the Upper Midwest to Texas. Johnson Flodin is currently based in Dallas but will relocate to AP in Chicago in Spring 2020. She is a veteran AP staffer and joined the news service in 2000 as a photographer. Prior to that, she worked as a news photographer for the Sacramento Bee, the Times-Picayune, and the Wichita Eagle.
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