Adweek news editor Alex Koppelman announced via Twitter that he is leaving the more-than-a-trade-mag for the New Yorker, where he will be associate online news editor.
A few minutes later, fellow news editor Brian Braiker announced he would be leaving for the same post at the US office of the Guardian.
Mr. Koppelman and Mr. Braiker make four editorial departures since Adweek’s ambitious and combative editor in chief Michael Wolff was ousted last month. Managing editor Hillary Frey left for Yahoo, and reporter Dylan Byers left for Politico. Mr. Wolff was succeeded by executive editor Jim Cooper.
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