Newsweek has recently added to its editing and reporting ranks, according to a staff email from managing editor Kira Bindrim.
Among the new hires:
- Matt Cooper, who formerly covered the White House for Time, has been named politics editor.
- Ross Schneiderman, who has written for The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, has been named senior editor.
- Jonathan Broder, formerly defense and foreign policy editor at Congressional Quarterly, has been named senior writer.
- Winston Ross, formerly a freelance writer, has been named national correspondent.
- Azeen Ghorayshi, who has written for The Guardian, New Scientist and Wired UK, has been named staff writer.
- Max Kutner, who contributed to Smithsonian and Boston magazines, is now a staff writer.
- Polly Mosendz, who previously worked at The Atlantic Wire, is now a breaking news reporter.
Here’s the email:
Some great peeps are joining or have recently joined the Newsweek team! Learn a little more about them below.
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