I am extremely excited to announce that I have just been named the new National Innovations Editor for the Washington Post. I will be responsible for helping to coordinate the online strategy for the Post’s National desk, identifying multimedia and social networking opportunities, and other web-related endeavors. The new position will also mark the end of my tenure as a producer for the Center for Investigative Reporting’s California Watch.
For the first time in my blogging career I’m actually speechless. If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you know that my career has had some highs and lows and this really is an amazing high. I’m really excited about working with one of the greatest teams of journalists in the world and helping to take the Post’s online reporting to the next level.
And if you’re reading this I thank you — to both longtime readers and recent inductees into the 10,000 Words universe — for all your support and making 10,000 Words into the big thing it has become. My feelings are best expressed by the video embedded below…Stay tuned!
You make my dreams come true!
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