Megan Boyanton has joined Bloomberg News as a policy reporter covering agriculture. She joins from Arizona PBS where she was a Washington correspondent covering congressional proceedings on Capitol Hill and civil rights groups. Prior to that, Boyanton was a columnist for The Arizona Republic and before that a contributing columnist for USA Today.
Business Insider has named Michael Domanico assistant managing editor. Most recently, Domanico was a freelancer for Numlock News and IGN Entertainment. Prior to that, he was a legal intern for the U.S. Department of Labor and prior to that a legislative intern for Daniel Dromm.
Christina Goldbaum has taken on the transportation beat at The New York Times. She previously covered immigration from the Metro desk. In her new role, Goldbaum will focus on the subway and the challenges it faces to accommodate societal needs as a 21st -century system. She joined The Times as a reporter in 2018 and before that served as a freelance correspondent in East Africa.
Climatewire has promoted Mark K. Matthews to deputy editor. He was most recently a climate politics reporter. Prior to joining Climatewire, Matthews served as a Washington correspondent for the Orlando Sentinel and The Denver Post.
Sarah Kaplan has joined the climate and environment team at The Washinton Post. In her new role, she will cover climate solutions. She was most recently a reporter on the health and science desk since 2016. Kaplin joined The Post as a Style intern in 2014 where she served on KidsPost and then Morning Mix.
Rachael Ray Every Day has launched its re-branded magazine: Rachael Ray In Season. The rebrand focuses on a must-have approach to beauty, home and travel advice. The magazine will include Rachael Ray’s inner circle of contributors like Mary Giuliani, David Burtka and Neil Patrick Harris. The Winter/Spring 2020 issue will include features like: Rach’s Sunday Dinner, 3 Minute Meal, What’s Fresh and The Dish.
Benjamin Samuel has been named managing editor for BOMB Magazine, replacing Andrew Bourne. He comes from Restless Books where he was a managing editor. Prior to that, he served as the director of programs of the National Book Foundation and before that as an editor for Electric Literature.
WNWV-FM radio in Independence, Ohio, has hired Kathy Vogel as a morning host. She comes from WONE-FM in Akron, Ohio where she served as a midday host. Vogel began her radio career in 1994 with WONE-FM on the morning show.
Hugo Balta has joined WTTW-TV, the PBS affiliate in Chicago, as a news director. In his new role, Balta will lead, plan, report, produce, and edit news content and engagement. In addition, he will serve as executive producer of WTTW’s news program Chicago Tonight.
WCIV-TV, the MyNetworkTV/ABC affiliate in Charleston, South Carolina, has hired Leah Uko as a morning anchor. Most recently, Uko served as a reporter and weathercaster for KTTV-TV in Los Angeles. Prior to joining, she was a freelancer reporter for two years.
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