Harleen Kahlon Says Goodbye To The New York Observer


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.