Maite Fernández has started a new job at The Washington Post as Operations Editor working with the Foreign news desk.
Robert Barba is leaving personal finance website Bankrate. His last day is Friday, May 25. He’s moving on to Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal, where he has accepted a position as Deputy News Editor on the Spot News team, which focuses on real-time coverage, including stories on mergers and acquisitions, executive changes […]
The Los Angeles Times is expanding its brand to include Spanish-language print and online properties. The paper, which also owns Hoy Los Angeles, is officially launching Los Angeles Times en Español on Saturday, March 17. The Hoy Fin de Semana Saturday edition, which has a circulation of 840,000 home delivered copies, will be rebranded and […]
Carlos Sanchez is starting a new job today as News and Politics editor at Texas Monthly magazine. He’ll be responsible for directing and reporting on Texas politics and other news with an emphasis on digital. His responsibilities include production of several daily electronic newsletters, as well as more frequent posts on texasmonthly.com and on the […]
Robert Valencia has been upped to a managerial position at Newsweek Media Group – just six months after joining the company as a writer and night editor for Newsweek. He is now Deputy World Editor, assisting in the supervision of five reporters who cover international breaking news and in-depth reporting. “This promotion is proof that […]
After almost three years at the Los Angeles Times, Brian De Los Santos is leaving the paper. His last day is this Friday, February 9. He’s moving on to a new opportunity at the Desert Sun in Palm Springs as a Digital Strategist. He starts his new role on February 26. While at the LAT, […]