U.S. News & World Report Promotes Kelly to Editor (posted 4/18)
Brian Kelly has been appointed editor of U.S. News & World Report. Kelly has been the magazine’s executive editor since 2003. He succeeds Brian Duffy, who resigned last month to pursue writing projects, the publication said in a statement.
Kelly, 52, has played a role in the magazine’s weekly production, and has overseen its Web site, USNews.com, and its annual education reports on America’s best colleges and graduate schools. He came to the magazine in 1998 as assistant managing editor supervising domestic news and political coverage.