New York Times First Female Executive Editor Appointment
Thu, 06/02/2011 - 20:05 — ub
The New York Times announced first female executive editor. Jill Abramson, will succeed Bill Keller, who is to become a full-time writer. Dean Baquet, the paper’s Washington bureau chief, was named a managing editor.
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