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Smithsonian magazine announced today that Michael Caruso, currently deputy editor of WSJ Magazine, is taking over as the publication’s editor-in-chief. Caruso is leaving the WSJ after less than six months in his post; he took the deputy editor job back in May.
The new gig won’t be a stretch for Caruso, who has already had ample experience at the top of a masthead. He’s held editor-in-chief titles at Los Angeles Magazine, Details, Maximum Golf, and most recently, Men’s Journal, which he left in 2005.