Although it happens every year, adjusting to a new season can be tough. And adjusting to a new job can be even harder, no matter how long you’ve been in the industry.
Similar to September’s shift in weather, there have been major moves across beats within well-known outlets like The New York Times and HuffPost.
As we transition into fall and look to finish the year strong with top-tier coverage for our clients, here are the media moves to keep a close eye on.
- Sabrina Escobar joins Barron’s as the markets and trending news reporter.
- Meera Jagannathan has been named the inequality editor at MarketWatch and will be responsible for shaping coverage of the financial dimensions of race, identity, and inequality in all forms.
- Alyson Shontell will join Fortune as an editor in chief, after wrapping up her position at Business Insider.
- Grave Ashford, at the The New York Times, has been promoted as a reporter covering politics and government from the Albany bureau.
- Huffpost welcomes Liz Skalka as a politics reporter covering the GOP.
- Evan Lambert joins NewsNation as their Washington, D.C., correspondent.
- Jessica Cruel, previously the content director of Allure, has been named editor in chief.
- Marisa Dellato, previously from the New York Post, joins Forbes as a news desk reporter covering breaking news, arts, and entertainment.
- Sarah Mosqueda, a popular lifestyle and food writer, joins TimesOC, a news publication by The L.A. Times, as a feature writer.
- Monisha Ravisetti, recently a science reporter at The Academic Times, joins CNET as a science writer.
- The Wall Street Journal welcomes its newest commodities reporter, Hardika Singh, who will be covering energy and metals in Columbus, OH.
- The Information welcomes a new opinion editor, Jillian Goodman, who most recently held the deputy editor position at Bloomberg Green.