The New York Times has named Kinsey Wilson editor for innovation and strategy, a new role at the paper. Wilson comes to the Times from NPR, where he served as executive VP and chief content officer since 2008.
At the Times, Wilson will be tasked with expanding the paper’s digital offerings and guiding its mobile strategies.
Dean Baquet, the Times’ executive editor, described Wilson as “a pioneer in digital journalism.” “I have known him for years and am delighted that he has agreed to bring his substantial talents to the Times as we continue down the path to our digital future,” added Baquet.
Wilson will begin his new role in February. He’ll report to Baquet.