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Garance Franke-Ruta Joins Yahoo News

Yahoo! has hired Garance Franke-Ruta as Washington editor for Yahoo News. Franke-Ruta comes to Yahoo News from The Atlantic, where she served as a senior editor with a focus on national politics.

“Garance has the creativity, passion and experience that Yahoo News needs to break news and create conversation with our political coverage,” said Megan Liberman, editor-in-chief of Yahoo News, in a statement. “She also happens to be one of the smartest and most social media savvy political journalists in the business. I am delighted to have her guiding our Washington bureau.”

Previously, Franke-Ruta worked at The Washington PostThe American ProspectThe Washington City Paper and The New Republic.

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Atlantic Journo Recalls Her Recent Brunch with Olivia Nuzzi

Garance Franke-Ruta is a senior editor with The Atlantic, covering national politics. She had brunch a couple of weeks ago in New York with Slate’s Dave Weigel.

But in light of certain recent NYC events, it’s the other member of her brunch party that makes the meal 20/20 notable. To Franke-Ruta’s surprise, Weigel had also asked Olivia Nuzzi to join them. The former Weiner campaign intern who would go on to make a big splash via her NSFWCORP blog entries and this past Tuesday’s NYDN cover. Writes Franke-Ruta:

I was impressed by the way Nuzzi coupled a kind of self-conscious sexpot appearance with an unexpectedly deep knowledge of New York and New Jersey politics. She friended me on Facebook shortly thereafter…

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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.

The American Prospect Will Fold Unless it Comes up With $500,000

The American Prospect, the liberal magazine that publishes 10 times a year, is in dire straits. The Huffington Post reports that, unless the title comes up with about $500,000, the July/August issue, which closes in May, will be its last.

Kit Rachlis, the American Prospect’s Editor-in-Chief, is currently pulling out all the stops to make sure that doesn’t happen. She told HuffPo that staffers are “making an all-points effort to fill that gap with individual donors, institutional donors, as well as readers and subscribers.”

If you think the American Prospect hasn’t made much of an impact, thus it won’t be missed, here are just a few journalists who got their start there: Ezra KleinSuzy Khimm, Joshua GreenNick Confessore, Garance Franke-Ruta, Jonathan Chait and Ann Friedman.