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Washington Post Editor Sally Buzbee to Leave Role

On Sunday, Mr. Lewis revealed more of his plan to save The Post, including the new service-oriented newsroom division, which will target nontraditional news consumers. The core news division will soon include premium subscription products, similar to Politico Pro.

Mr. Murray, 58, led the Journal for four years, a position to which he was appointed by Mr. Lewis, who was then chief executive of Dow Jones and publisher of the Journal. Mr Murray was replaced in 2023 by British editor Emma Tucker. Since then, he has been a consultant to News Corp, owner of the Journal, and worked as editor of News Items, an electronic newsletter.

When Mr. Winnett takes over the main newsroom after the election, he will oversee coverage areas such as politics, investigations and business. For the past decade, Mr Winnett has led the news operations of the Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Telegraph.

A regular on Fleet Street, Mr. Winnett is relatively unknown in the highest echelons of the American news industry. He was one of Mr Lewis’s most important recruits at the Daily Telegraph, having been nominated several times for Scoop of the Year.

Ms. Buzbee joined The Post in June 2021 after serving as editor-in-chief of The Associated Press, where she spent her entire career. She succeeded The Post from Marty Baron, a legendary editor who had run The Post for eight years and overseen its transition to ownership by Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, who purchased the paper for $250 million in 2013.

Fred Ryan, the company’s former chief executive, resigned last June and was replaced on an interim basis by Amazon board member Patty Stonesifer. Ms. Stonesifer, a confidante of Mr. Bezos, evaluated the company and quickly determined that it needed to cut about 240 jobs in order to become economically sustainable. Ms. Stonesifer led the search for her successor and recruited Mr. Lewis for The Post last year.

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