Josh Tyrangiel, One of the Industry's Most Influential Editors, Is Leaving Bloomberg

Josh Tyrangiel, who oversees all media content for Bloomberg—including digital, TV, radio—and is editor of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, is leaving the company. "I've spent 6 years working with some of the smartest and most creative people in journalism, and it's time for me to take some chips off the table, reflect on my criminal good luck, and think about what comes next," Tyrangiel wrote in a note to staff this morning. Friday is his last day.  Tyrangiel joined Bloomberg in 2009 to run its newest acquistion. Businessweek, later renamed Bloomberg Businessweek. In the years since, Businessweek has often been named one of the media industry's most influential and provocative publications, with unforgettable covers like its topless, geriatric take on "The Aging of Abercrombie." With Tyrangiel's departure, Ellen Pollock has been elevated from deputy editor to editor of the magazine, the first woman in that role in Businessweek's 85 year history. Pollock has been with Businessweek since 2007 and previously spent 18 years with The Wall Street Journal.  Last year, Tyrangiel was given oversight of all consumer content. A few months later, Bloomberg got a new editor in chief in John Micklethwait. This morning Micklethwait wrote to the staff about the changes: "Right from the beginning, Josh told me that he was a restless soul and that at some time in the next year or so he would move on." Reto Gregori, deputy editor in chief of Bloomberg News will take over Tyrangiel's... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

[ AdWeek | 2015-10-01 00:00:00 UTC ]
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