Staff Switchups at The New York Times
Ann Derry will be leaving her role as editorial director, video content partnerships at The New York Times after 15 years. As previously reported, Alex MacCallum will step in to oversee video as senior vice president starting in January.
Excited to be on to new adventures. Thank you to great colleagues & partners – we'll invent new video & TV together! https://t.co/WLYMFQWP8D
— Ann Derry (@annderry) December 16, 2015
Michael Grynbaum will join the media desk at NYT as television reporter, covering media and broadcasting industry stories for both the Culture and BizDay sections. He most recently served as City Hall bureau chief, after serving as a longtime metro reporter.
Some news! After 5 years & 2 mayors (one tall, one short), I am bidding farewell to City Hall to cover TV for the NYT's media desk.
— Mike Grynbaum (@grynbaum) December 16, 2015
Susanne Craig will replace Grynbaum as City Hall bureau chief beginning Feb. 1. She currently serves as the Albany bureau chief.
— Susanne Craig (@susannecraig) December 17, 2015
Also on Feb. 1, William Neuman will join the City Hall bureau as a reporter and Jesse McKinley will replace Craig as Albany bureau chief. Neuman has been serving as Andes region correspondent in Caracas since 2012, and before that he covered real estate, transit and the food industry for the paper from 2004 to 2012. McKinley currently serves as a reporter at that bureau covering New York state government and politics.
— Jesse McKinley (@jessemckinley) December 17, 2015
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