The dust has settled after Time’s personnel changes during the first week of April, and Tom Weber has found himself near the top of the heap.
An assistant managing editor at the magazine for two years, Weber is now executive editor, according to MinOnline.com. He “distinguished himself [by] his shrewd news judgment, great story sense, and ability to work with writers to frame and form their stories into surprising, high-impact features,” Time said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Susanna Schrobsdorff, formerly of Newsweek and NBC Universal, ascends to Weber’s old post as an AME, and will assume added duties as Living editor.
Other promotions, according to Min, include:
- Courtney Harris Weingarten to copy chief;
- Christine Lim, editorial technology manager;
- Elisabeth Dias and Katy Steinmetz, correspondents;
- Alex Fitzpatrick, homepage director;
- Andrew Katz, homepage editor;
- Elissa Englund and Rob Hornung, deputy copy chiefs;
- Haley Sweetland Edwards, Washington bureau correspondent;
- Ashley Ross, associate editor of audience engagement; and
- Nolan Feeney, Web reporter