On Tuesday FishbowlNY reported that Kirsten Danis was vacating her post as managing editor at the New York Daily News and today we learned that Rob Moore will be replacing her. Moore has served his time at the Daily News, working in various roles including staff writer, assignment editor, and — most recently — deputy managing editor.
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After nearly a decade as deputy and managing editor at the New York Daily News, Kirsten Danis is jumping ship and heading to The Wall Street Journal. According to The New York Observer, Danis will serve as deputy editor on the Greater New York desk and report to editor John Seeley. Danis had some positive parting words as she exited the Daily News.
I love the Daily News. I think it’s a fantastic newspaper, full of incredibly talented people.
Before joining the Daily News nine years ago, Danis worked as a reporter and editor at the New York Post.