Posts Tagged ‘john temple’

Emilio Garcia-Ruiz Named Post Managing Editor

The Washington Post has a new managing editor, replacing John Temple, who left the paper in March. Emilio Garcia-Ruiz will lead the Post's "digital initiatives and operations, video, the presentation departments of photo, graphics, and design, and the multiplatform editing desk," according to a memo from Post Executive Editor Martin Baron obtained by Romenesko. Garcia-Ruiz joins [...]

Washington Post Managing Editor John Temple Leaving After Less Than a Year

Well, that was fast. Washington Post Managing Editor John Temple is leaving the paper after less than a year in the position, according to a newsroom memo sent out this afternoon.
Temple, whose latest portfolio has included the paper's digital efforts, was hired in March 2012 from Honolulu Civil Beat after previously working as editor of [...]

Washington Post Hires First African-American Managing Editor

Washington Post National editor Kevin Merida is ascending to the managing editor spot vacated last month by Liz Spayd, according to an announcement by the paper. With Merida's promotion, the Post is getting its first African-American managing editor—and a reshuffle of portfolios for Merida and the paper's other managing editor, John Temple.
"[Merida] is a [...]

Post Employees Complain After Tech Problems Bring Misspellings and Wrong Editions

Update, 2:10 p.m.: In a memo sent out this afternoon, managing editor John Temple writes that the production problems were caused by a lost connection between the Post and its data center. The difficulties began at 10:30 p.m. last night and weren't resolved until around 1:30 a.m., according to Temple.
"This meant that we were [...]

Post‘s John Temple to Head “Digital Council,” Switches in Digital

The John Temple era at the Post has officially begun! In a memo to newsroom staff sent out this afternoon, newish (and soon-to-be-solo) managing editor Temple announced some shake-ups to the Post's digital efforts.
One of Temple's changes is the creation of a "digital council," a weekly meeting of digital honchos meant to keep the paper's [...]

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