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New York Times Names Two Deputy Sports Editors

The New York Times has tapped two new deputy sports editors: Jay Schreiber and Sam Dolnick.

Schreiber was most recently the blogger for the Times’ Bats blog and a managing editor of the paper’s sports section. Dolnick has been with the Times since 2009. He was most recently a Metro reporter.

In a memo announcing the changes, Jason Stallman, the Times’ sports editor, wrote, “Jay and Sam: a powerhouse duo. I’m absolutely thrilled to have them leading the Sports desk.”

Stallman’s full note is below.

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We Are Family: Sulzberger-Ochs Grandnephew Joins NYT Newsroom

NYT_08_21_09.jpgThe New York Observer reports that Associated Press reporter Sam Dolnick will join the Metro desk at The New York Times. Oh, and he’s the grandnephew of former NYT publisher Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger. A Times spokeswoman said Dolnick will start September 14.

After Arthur Gregg Sulzberger (son of Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.) joined the Times staff in February, ‘City Room’ bureau chief Sewell Chan told mediabistro.com, “He has been absolutely impressive, gracious, smart as a whip, hardworking, full of energy, full of ideas, and has a great sense of language.” Let’s hope this holds true for the new legacy on the block.