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The Atlantic Hires Three, Makes Editorial Changes

The Atlantic has made several moves today, including three new hires and two editorial changes. Below are the highlights, followed by the memo announcing the moves.

  • Olga Khazan comes to the magazine from The Washington Post. She will serve as editor of the Global Channel for TheAtlantic.com.
  • Elisa Glass joins the team as an art director. She most recently held the same role for Northern Virginia magazine.
  • Esther Yi comes to The Atlantic as an associate editor.
  • Garance Franke-Ruta, most recently the politics channel editor for the website, will now cover the subject as a full-time writer.
  • David Graham will succeed Franke-Ruta as politics editor for TheAtlantic.com.
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Paulina Gretzky Twitter Shutdown Sparks Media Speculation

The first journalist to notice that Wayne Gretzky‘s eldest daughter Paulina had closed down her titillating LA Twitter account over the weekend was Toronto Star “Living” reporter David Graham. In yesterday’s piece, he wondered whether dad might have had something to do with it, especially since the Great One’s current Canada-side aspirations don’t necessarily mesh well with a 22-year-old’s “celebutante” stream of saucy pics. There’s also the fact that she had tweeted about having a social media sit-down with pops.

It’s all pure speculation of course, albeit well diagrammed. Graham’s story has since been picked up north of the border by the Globe and Mail and CBC, here by Yahoo! Sports and others.

As most of the media reports note, Paulina’s Twitter pics have recently been memorialized at several online publications such as COEDmagazine.com. Without this compiled attention, all this might have remained suitably below radar.

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