October 22, 2018
/ by Anna Marevska
Business Insider has made a number of staff moves, including promotions and new hires:
CBS This Morning has brought back Megan Walsh as senior producer. She has moved from CBS Evening News, where she previously spent two years as broadcast producer. Before that, Walsh worked for CBS This Morning for five years as associate producer.
Longtime Vogue entertainment director, Jillian Demling, has left the magazine after 20 years to become a casting and consulting freelancer in fashion and entertainment. Demling has been with Vogue sine 1998, and booked celebrity covers, Met Gala hosts and performers, and inside portfolios and features with athletes, musicians and activists.
Zack Coleman has joined Politico as energy and environmental reporter. He comes from E&E News, where he worked as White House reporter for ClimateWire. Before that, Coleman was the energy and environment editor for the Christian Science Monitor.
Fox-owned WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C., has promoted Cori Coffin to weekend morning anchor, upped from reporter. She has been with the station since 2017, and before that worked for KVUE-TV in Austin, Texas, and KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado.
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