Update: Glasser Out at WaPo; Some Colleagues 'Appeared Joyous'

And here’s that Susan Glasser update we promised. Adding to Michael Calderone’s Politico report that The Washington Post‘s Assistant Managing Editor Susan Glasser had been let go, The New York Times‘ David Stout confirms that she was removed “because of poor morale among her subordinates.” (In an update to his original item, Calderone wrote, “Glasser’s bedside manner was a problem” and that some Posties “appeared joyous at the news” of her departure.)

In a repeatedly updated post on Mediabistro’s FishbowlDC, Patrick W. Gavin gives a timeline of Glasser’s career at The Post, while in a blog post on his paper’s site, City Paper‘s Eric Wemple has promised he will be “aggressively updating this story” as it continues.

Update: Glasser Out at WaPo; Some Colleagues 'Appeared Joyous'