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    New York Times hires No. 2 editor from The Wall Street Journal

    Rebecca Blumenstein, the deputy editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, is moving a few blocks to work for the company's archrival.

    After more than two decades as a reporter and editor at The Journal, Blumenstein is leaving to become a deputy managing editor. In a staff memo, Wall Street Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerry Baker hailed Blumenstein, calling her "a peerless exponent and advocate of the very highest quality journalism."

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    5 questions with Jessica Yu

    This profile initially appeared in The Cohort, Poynter's bi-monthly newsletter about women kicking ass in digital media.

    Jessica Yu announced late last year that she was taking a buyout at The Wall Street Journal. Yu, 36, is leaving her position as Global Head of Visuals and headed to the West Coast to figure out what’s next.

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    Tribune Media CEO Peter Liguori to step down

    Tribune Media CEO Peter Liguori is leaving Tribune Media after three years leading the TV news and entertainment company.

    Liguori, who will step down in March, said in a statement his decision to exit the company that needed "a new leader" to navigate the broadcast-centric corporation.

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    Facebook names Campbell Brown head of news partnerships

    Facebook's new head of news partnerships will be Campbell Brown, the founding editor in chief of a nonprofit educational news site.

    Brown, who was previously a journalist for CNN and NBC News, will be "working directly with (Facebook's) partners to help them understand how Facebook can expand the reach of their journalism, and contribute value to their businesses," she wrote on Facebook Friday.

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    Megyn Kelly will leave Fox News for NBC

    Megyn Kelly is leaving Fox News for NBC News, bringing an end to one of the most protracted and public contract negotiations for a television news personality in years.

    The "Kelly File" host is getting a three-part deal at NBC News: She will host a new one-hour daytime program, anchor a new Sunday evening news magazine show and contribute to NBC's breaking, political and special events coverage, according to an announcement published by NBC.

 
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