We are thrilled to announce that Hank Stuever will become senior editor for Style, a new role designed to elevate the work of reporters and editors across Features. He is stepping down after 11 years as TV critic at the end of 2020.
“The selection of Arc marks a key strategic step in our digital transformation as we seek to improve our workflow and processes to produce and deliver high-quality content across our platforms for our public,” said Manuel Arroyo, president of Grupo Lauman.
Barack Obama has just released “A Promised Land,” the first volume of a memoir chronicling his presidency. On Monday, Nov. 23 the former president will sit down with Washington Post opinions columnist Michele Norris and Mellon Foundation president Elizabeth Alexander for an in-depth, live interview.
Aaron is a freelance writer, recipe developer, photographer and food stylist whose work has appeared in The Post, The New York Times, Food & Wine, Eater, Thrillist, Taste, Serious Eats, Food52 and Simply Recipes, among other publications.
Yutao comes to The Post from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Little Rock, where he wore many hats as a multimedia editor — designing and developing story packages and data visualization, editing videos, and training reporters and editors in multimedia storytelling.
Washington Post Live will host two live events examining the latest developments in oncology with key policymakers, top-line doctors, and high-profile cancer advocates. We will also look at how telehealth is ushering in a new era of cancer care in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis, including how doctors are trying to broaden access to care, and hear inspiring stories from survivors and caregivers.
The veteran broadcast producer will drive the strategy for the “Race in America” series, which examines the movement to end systemic racism and police brutality, and more broadly how race and identity affect the lives of people in a myriad of ways, in addition to supporting executive producer Katherine O’Hearn in guiding the overall editorial direction of Live programming.
Geoff was selected for “The Secret Life of Your Data,” a series of illuminating columns on how companies use devices, web browsers and services to track your personal data. Geoff becomes the first tech writer to win in this category since 1999.
On Friday, Nov. 13 at 1:00 p.m. ET, Genentech CEO Alexander Hardy will join Washington Post columnist David Ignatius for a one-on-one conversation about therapeutics and vaccines being created to combat COVID-19.