NY Times Promotes Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

The Times publisher's son moves up.

Sulzberger-AG-2015-Preferred-Credit-Todd-Heisler-The-New-York-Times-300x200The New York Times has promoted Arthur Gregg Sulzberger—son of publisher and chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr.—to associate editor.

Sulzberger most recently served as a senior editor for strategy. In a memo to staffers, Times executive editor Dean Baquet praised Sulzberger’s leadership in that role.

“At a moment when The Times is making big changes and significant progress, the team of Tyson Evans and Jon Galinsky, led by Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, ​has played a role in nearly every digital project we have undertaken,” wrote Baquet.

​”The group has focused their collective reporting and strategic planning ​talents on our long-term challenges and priorities. Working with staff throughout the company, they have identified internal problems, studied alternatives, proposed solutions, and implemented change.”