Colin Myler, the New York Daily News’ Editor-in-Chief and former News of The World editor, is coming under fire for allegedly intimidating British investigators. The Guardian reports that while Myler was editor of News of The World, he attempted to bully officials who were investigating the paper for phone hacking.
Myler allegedly asked a group of six reporters to find whatever “dirt” they could on those probing the paper, such as if they were doing anything illegal themselves, or if they were gay.
The New York Daily News has hired a replacement for Scott Cohen, its Digital Editor who left last week. Capital New York reports that Colin Myler has brought a fellow Brit aboard: Ted Young, formerly the editor of the Daily Mail’s w... Read Post
Capital New York Colin Myler was editor of News of the World when it was closed due to the phone-hacking scandal. Now he’s replacing Kevin Convey as editor of the Daily News. Before heading up News of the World,… Read more Read Post