People on the Move
Tim Grieve leaving National Journal and more...
Atlantic Media announced Wednesday that National Journal editor-in-chief Tim Grieve will be leaving to take a position wth The McClatchy Company. Grieve, whose last day will be October 2, will become McClatchy's Head of News Strategies. According to a staff memo from National Journal CEO Tim Hartman, Government Executive Media Group editor-in-chief Tom Shoop will become interim editor-in-chief as a search for Grieve's replacement is underway.
In his own memo to the National Journal newsroom, Grieve says, “It’s been an absolute thrill and honor to work with you, and I’m so proud of the journalism we produced together. Even more than that, I’m proud of the newsroom we built—a newsroom full of people who care about and support each other at every turn. I hope you’re all proud of the role you’ve played in that. You should be.”
Here are the rest of this week's people on the move:
Reuters has made a number of promotions and hires to their law reporting team. Tracy Rucinski has been named bankruptcy reporter and Stephanie Russell-Kraft has been named business of law reporter. Rucinski had been Madrid bureau correspondent at Reuters and Russell-Kraft had been senior reporter at Law360. Anthony Lin has been named editor in chief, legal/practitioner insights, at Reuters. He had been Asia editor at American Lawyer. Additionally, Robert Iafolla has been named labor and employment law reporter at Reuters. He'd been a reporter at Bloomberg.
Marianne Civiletto has been named associate publisher, marketing at Redbook. Civiletto comes to Redbook from Brides where she was executive director, creative services.
DuJour has announced that Leslie Farrand has joined the company as chief revenue officer. Farrand, whose experience spans the fashion, lifestyle and luxury spaces, comes to DuJour from The New Yorker, where she was advertising director.
Elisabeth Bumiller has been named Washington bureau chief at The New York Times. She had been deputy Washington bureau chief there.
Nick Lucchesi has been named news editor at Inverse. He had been senior web editor at the Village Voice.