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White House changes at CBS News
Chip Reid has moved off the White House beat at CBS Television Network for CBS News, where he was chief White House correspondent. He is now a national correspondent for the network and will continue to be based at the Washington, D.C. bureau. Reid is replaced by Norah O’Donnell who has been named chief White House correspondent and will begin her duties in July. She most recently served as chief Washington correspondent at MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC and contributed on Today since May 2005. O’Donnell can be followed on Twitter at @NorahODonnell. For further details, call the D.C. bureau at 202-457-4385.
Keith Olbermann hires producer
Jessica Rosgaard joined Countdown with Keith Olbermann as a producer. She previously served as a producer for Lou Dobbs Tonight, when it was broadcast on CNN/Cable News Network. The show debuts on June 20, as previously reported by the Navigator. Countdown with Keith Olbermann can be followed on Twitter at @countdownKO. For further information, contact 415-995-8200.
Sellers assumes Style at Wash Post
Former deputy national editor overseeing health, science and environment at The Washington Post, Frances Stead Sellers, has been named Style editor at the newspaper. A replacement for her previous position has not yet been named. She had been deputy national editor since 2009 and joined the newspaper in 1997. The Washington Post can be followed on Twitter at @washingtonpost. For further details, call 202-334-6000.
Departures brings on assistant editor
Candice Chan joined the staff of Departures magazine. She is an assistant editor for the publication. The luxury lifestyle title covers travel, art, culture and fashion for American Express Platinum Card holders. Departures is available on Twitter at @DeparturesMag. Contact 212-382-5600 to learn more.
AOL nabs VF Web editor
Michael Hogan (@m1keh0gan) will be leaving Vanity Fair (@VanityFair) on June 26 to join AOL Television (@aoltv) and Moviefone as editor in chief. He will also be joining The Huffington Post (@huffingtonpost) as executive features editor. Hogan is currently serving as Vanity Fair’s executive digital editor. To learn more call 212-652-6400.
Milliken jumps from coast to capital at Reuters
Mary Milliken, current West Coast bureau chief at Reuters, will begin serving as Washington, D.C. bureau chief at the end of September. She has been West Coast chief since 2006, and previously was a news editor and senior correspondent in South America. She also covered emerging markets in Southern Europe. For further details, call the Washington D.C. bureau at 202-898-8300.
New hire at TheStreet
TheStreet welcomed Chao Deng as a markets reporter. She previously was a reporter covering mergers and acquisitions and technology for the Financial Times‘ dealReporter. TheStreet can be found on Twitter at @TheStreet_News and Deng is available at @chao_deng. For additional details, contact 212-321-5000.
Whitehouse leaves WSJ for Bloomberg
Mark Whitehouse was named an editor for Bloomberg View, Bloomberg News’ recently launched opinion section. He previously was a senior economics correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. A replacement for him at the paper has not yet been named. Bloomberg News can be found on Twitter at @BloombergNews. For further information, contact 212-617-2300.
SF Chronicle appoints tech columnist
James Temple was named a technology columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle. His column, Dot-commentary, runs Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and focuses on technology legal issues, public policy and innovation. He most recently served as a technology industry reporter since August 2009 and, prior to that, he covered commercial and residential real estate. Temple can be followed on Twitter at @jtemple. Contact 415-777-1111 to learn more.
Heussner joins Adweek
Ki Mae Heussner joined Adweek: The Voice of Media as a staff writer. She previously served as an online technology producer at ABC News for ABC Television Network. Adweek can be found on Twitter at @Adweek and Heussner is available at @kheussner. Contact 212-493-4100 for more information.
New editor in chief at Women’s Adventure Magazine
Rebecca Heaton has been named editor in chief at Women’s Adventure Magazine. She previously was executive editor of Competitor. She replaces Kristy Holland, who left. Heaton can be followed on Twitter at @activegoddess. For further details, call 303-443-9687.
Dow Jones loses healthcare reporter
Dinah Wisenberg Brin departed from her post as a healthcare industry reporter for Dow Jones Newswires. She covered topics such as insurance providers, hospitals, pharmacy benefit management and drug wholesalers. She was based in the news service’s Philadelphia bureau since 1998 and, prior to that, was a reporter for the Associated Press. Dow Jones Newswires can be followed on Twitter at @DowJonesCompany. To learn more, contact 215-656-8285.