RD Recap: BlackBook Returns; Changes at National Journal

The latest media hirings and firings.

Revolving Door

Revolving DoorHeather Muir moves to Real Simple as beauty director. She leaves Fitness, where she had been for three years, after stints at Allure, Seventeen and Cosmopolitan… BlackBook returns to print with founder Evanly Schindler at the helm. He’ll head up editorial and creative direction… Salon says goodbye to Blake Zeff, who had been politics editor. The former communications man for Sen. Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton‘s 2008 presidential campaign is launching a new venture that “will be internet-based, with a non-traditional approach to covering national news and politics.”… The Marshall Project loses managing editor Tim Golden. He’s off to write a book about Guantanamo Bay…

National Journal recruits S.V. Dáte. He’ll work with George Condon on the White House team, and will also cover Jeb Bush, about whom he wrote a book. Dáte had been Washington editor at NPR and previously worked at the Times Herald-Record, the Orlando Sentinel and the Associated Press, among others… The Washington Post promotes The Fix senior editor Aaron Blake to managing editor, while signing up Jerry Brewer as sports columnist… Real Clear Politics snags former Washington Examiner political correspondent Rebecca Berg to cover the 2016 presidential election… Read More