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    Emma Carmichael is stepping down as editor in chief of Jezebel

    Emma Carmichael, the editor in chief of Jezebel, announced on Friday that she's stepping down from that position next month.

    "This has been the hardest decision of my professional life, but it’s one I feel clear-headed about — I’m simply a little burnt out and ready to take a break from running a website," she wrote in a memo to her staff. "I’m so proud of the work that we’ve done together in my three years here."

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    Kinsey Wilson out in executive shuffle at The New York Times

    Kinsey Wilson, the executive vice president for product and technology at The New York Times, is leaving the company in an executive shuffle that will see Chief Revenue Officer Meredith Kopit Levien assume oversight of the The New York Times' product and design offerings.

    Levien’s new title is Chief Operating Officer. Her salary will increase to $750,000, and her targeted incentive compensation for 2017 will be 100 percent of her base salary, according to an SEC filing.

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    5 ways to make your journalism job descriptions better

    As journalists, we tell stories, weaving layers of detail into narratives that engage the public and help them make sense of their larger world. And yet, our melodic ledes and carefully woven bits of prose rarely translate to the way we craft our job descriptions.

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    BuzzFeed News hires Ryan Mac to join growing tech team

    BuzzFeed News announced on Monday the addition of Forbes staff writer Ryan Mac to its expanding team of reporters in San Francisco who cover Silicon Valley.

    Mac, who's already based in San Francisco, joins a BuzzFeed News tech team of 20. He'll be covering "the intersection of wealth, tech and power" under BuzzFeed San Francisco Bureau Chief Mat Honan and technology editor John Paczkowski.

    Rather than focus on incremental tech coverage, Mac wants to report out big, high-impact stories, he said.

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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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