Thursday, December 01, 2011

Andrew Coyne has jumped from Maclean's back to National Post

[This post has been updated] Andrew Coyne, who jumped from the National Post in 2007 to become national editor of Maclean's has apparently jumped back to Postmedia. More to follow.
[Update: Coyne will be National Columnist for Postmedia News, which will put him not only in the National Post but in the entire Postmedia chain of daily papers starting in January.
He was a founding staffer at the National Post.
"It will be great to be in the National Post again, where I spent so many happy years before," Coyne said [in a Postmedia release]. "And it's an auspicious time to be joining Postmedia, which is on a roll these days, with columnists like Christie Blatchford, Stephen Maher, Michael Den Tandt, and the Post's John Ivison. It's good to see a newspaper company betting on quality, and it's even better to see them making a buck at it."
(The National Post recently announced that it had edged into profitability for the first time.)
The release quoted Paul Godfrey, president and CEO:
"We are thrilled to welcome Andrew back to the Post and to Postmedia. His thoughtful analysis and insight have made him a leader in Canada's public discourse.He is a tremendous addition to our team."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any connect between this and the story below?

1:24 pm  

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