The New York Times has promoted Cliff Levy to assistant editor. Levy most recently served as associate managing editor. He also oversaw editorial for the NYT Now app.
In a note announcing the news, Times executive editor Dean Baquet wrote Levy will “oversee the presentation of our report on all platforms: mobile, home page, watch. Cliff will also lead an expansion of our rewrite and curation capabilities so we can better leap on fast-breaking news and trends with context and sophistication.”
Levy has been with the Times since 1990. He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a three-time winner of the George Polk Award.
Levy has previously served as the Times’ Moscow bureau chief and deputy Metro editor.