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NY Times Announces Sports Personnel Changes

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The following excerpt from the ad was posted from The New York Times sports editor Randy archibold:

I am pleased to announce that Tania Ganguli, the former Lakers hit writer for the Los Angeles Times, will join us later this month as our NBA National Writer. She comes to us after stints on ESPN, Houston Chronicle, Florida Times-Union, and Orlando Sentinel, covering NFL and NBA teams and, before that, NASCAR and high school sports. He graduated from Northwestern University and is pursuing a master’s degree in mass communications at the University of Minnesota.

Even before the pandemic, Andy Das was preparing to move to London as our first international editor based outside the US I’m happy to say the move is finally happening. Andy will be set up next month to not only manage our correspondents there, but to help expand our international ambitions, while serving as our editor early in the morning to get the report up and running and make sure we get a jump in coverage. nocturnal.

Kevin Draper you will go to the research slot and David chen He will take his digging skills to the world of sports and the media. Kevin will focus on a variety of objectives, including rapid response pieces, while David will bring his in-depth knowledge of government and politics to the changing business and media landscape.

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