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The Times Restructures; Warner Bros. Gets a New CEO
January 29, 2013
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The New York Timesremakes its masthead after a number of buyouts decimated the top ranks. Big winners include Larry Ingrassia, who takes over as assistant managing editor for new initiatives, as well as Janet Elder, the new assistant managing editor for newsroom resources. Ian Fisher will also step into an assistant managing editor role where he willl oversee content operations. Current assistant managing editors Rick Berke and Glenn Kramon get new jobs in the video and business departments, respectively. Jason Stallman removes the deputy title from his ...
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