Harleen Kahlon Says Goodbye To The New York Observer

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By Brad Wellen Comment

Harleen Kahlon is not sure where she will be starting her new year yet but one thing is for sure — it won’t be at The New York Observer.  After joining as general manager of online operations in mid-June, Kahlon is expected to hand the Observer her walking papers.  According to Amy Wicks of WWD, sources refer to the recent trend of departures from the paper as a “revolving door” and credit Kahlon’s exit to conflicts with president Christopher Barnes over the Observer’s digital agenda.

Kahlon leaves in a critical time for the digital department as the Observer is working on a website redesign.

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