Two people will share the title of managing editor at The Washington Post (NYSE: WPO), as the paper tries to tie the print and online newsrooms closer together, WaPo reports. Elizabeth Spayd, a WaPo vet who has served on both sides of the Potomac River that divides the print and digital newsrooms, will oversee the hard-news sections of the paper. She will share the ME role with Raju Narisetti, a former deputy managing editor of the Wall Street Journal, who will be responsible for the feature sections.
Editor & Publisher "We have decided that having separate newsrooms has reached the end," says Washington Post online editor Jim Brady. "We need to be in one building so we can learn what the other does." Incoming Post executive edit... Read Post
Washington Post Elizabeth Spayd will be responsible for the hard-news sections of the Washington Post while Raju Narisetti -- a former Wall Street deputy managing editor --will oversee the Style and other feature sections. Spayd is ... Read Post