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    A.G. Sulzberger, deputy publisher, will run The New York Times' opinion pages

    Arthur Gregg Sulzberger will take responsibility for the opinion pages of The New York Times from his father, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., according to an internal announcement circulated at the company this afternoon, the latest in a series of moves intended to prepare the younger Sulzberger for eventual leadership of The New York Times.

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    Ryan Grim is leaving HuffPost

    HuffPost's longtime D.C. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim is leaving the company, HuffPost Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen announced in a memo Friday.

    "I will miss his wise counsel, his passion and his fine mind, and I know you all will too," Polgreen said. "I will be hosting a farewell bash for Ryan in DC on Tuesday evening — stay tuned for details. I will also be holding a town hall with the DC staff next week."

    Although Polgreen didn't say where Grim is headed, Politico's Hadas Gold reports he will be The Intercept's D.C. bureau chief.

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    The Outline hires tech news prodigy William Turton

    When she joined The Outline from Gizmodo Media Group a few weeks ago, Executive Editor Katie Drummond expressed a desire to start breaking more news at the five-month old digital media startup.

    Today, she's hiring a scoopy cybersecurity reporter from her former employer to make good on that pledge.

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    We're looking for our next Naughton Fellow. Is it you?

    Are you an excellent visual storyteller? Can you file camera-ready copy? Most importantly, are you passionate about the business and craft of journalism?

    If you answered "yes" to those questions, we have a great opportunity for you.

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    Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News

    "O'Reilly Factor" host Bill O'Reilly has been ousted from Fox News amid a growing furor over sexual harassment allegations and multiple confidential settlements with former employees at the network.

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    Ron Fournier doesn't miss covering the White House

    Yes, you can go home.

    If you labor in the self-regarding echo chamber of Washington, D.C., leaving can be difficult. The issues in the capital are important, the spotlight intense and enervating, the proximity to power is alluring to many and the professional benefits can be ample.

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    The majority of U.S. news is still produced by men, new report finds

    The majority of news coverage in the United States is still written or produced by men, according to a report released today by the Women's Media Center.

    At 20 of the nation's top media outlets, men produce about 62.3 percent of news coverage, according to the report, which examined 24,117 pieces of content from newspapers, wire services, television and internet media.

 
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