The Los Angeles Times has named its new managing editor: Marc Duvoisin.
The veteran editor has worked on various projects for the newspaper and as pointed out by the Times, he honed his skills working as a reporter, foreign correspondent, city editor, and projects editor during the course of his 35-year career.
He said, “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help lead one of the greatest news-gathering operations in the country.”
In the announcement, editor Davan Maharaj stated, ”In his 10-plus years at Spring Street, Marc has had a guiding hand in some of the finest journalism we’ve published. He’s shown an ability to bring together diverse newsroom disciplines to make our most ambitious work shine.”
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