RD Recap: Politico Expands to Europe; Changes at Reuters

The latest media hirings and firings.

Revolving Door

Revolving DoorPolitico goes to Europe in a very serious way. The publication is launching an outpost in Brussels on April 21, staffed by a host of reporters and editors. The New York Post’s Tara Palmeri will move across the pond for a reporter spot, while former Reuters talents Pierre Briançon and Nicholas Vinocur join as well. Ryan Heath, last seen as spokesperson for European Commissioner Vice President Neelie Kroes, lands a morning column, with Zeke Turner, Jan Cienski, Craig Winneker, Linda Kinstler and Tunku Varadarajan joining in on the fun. “As of next month, Politico will have more reporters in the two main political and regulatory centers of the world — Washington and Brussels — than any other publication. Combined with our expansion into state capitals in the United States, we are building on the power of a brand that offers a very clear promise to our audience,” Europe editor Matthew Kaminski, editor-in-chief John Harris and Europe managing director Shéhérazade Semsar-de Boisséson wrote in a note about the news…

The New York Daily News hires Cameron Joseph as a reporter in its Washington bureau. He had been at The Hill, where he covered the 2012 election and the midterms. He’ll be on the Hillary Clinton beat… Reuters moves two reporters to the mergers and acquisitions game. Greg Roumeliotis leaves the private equity beat to take over as editor-in-chief of M&A for the Americas, while corporate bond reporter Nadia Damouni is the new M&A team leader… Nicole Lapin lands a column in Redbook. The former CNN, CNBC and Bloomberg Television anchor will write about personal finance. “Redbook readers care enormously about how they grow and save their money, so they’re craving this information,” EIC Meredith Rollins said… Read More