Trish Hall, deputy editorial page editor at The New York Times, will move to the newsroom to take on a job identifying editorial projects that are likely candidates for sponsorship, according to a newsroom memo from Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Editorial Page Editor Andy Rosenthal.
In her new role, Hall will also scour the newsroom for editorial initiatives that could be appealing to readers and advertisers, “acting, in essence, as a new kind of projects editor looking for mini startups,” Baquet and Rosenthal write.
“This was a hard job to fill, because it requires a particular combination of background, skills and ways of thinking,” Baquet said in a statement. “Trish is a perfect candidate and I’m very excited to have her join us. Read more