Vivian Schiller is no longer Twitter's head of news. She announced her departure from the post Wednesday night.

Schiller was named to the role in October of last year. She was NPR's CEO and chief digital officer at NBC before that.

Adam Sharp, who was head of government and nonprofits, will return to his role as the lead for news partnerships as well, a Twitter spokesperson confirmed to Poynter.

Schiller's second tweet says Chloe Sladden and Ali Rowghani brought her to the company; both left Twitter earlier this year.

The reorg is "part of a larger consolidation across the media division by its new head Katie Jacobs Stanton," Kara Swisher reports. Schiller "has creating a framework for Twitter’s partnership with news organizations that is now used by our partner managers the world over," Stanton writes in a memo Swisher obtained.