Rebecca Blumenstein, a New York Times Editor, Takes a Top Role at NBC News

From a New York Times story by Benjamin Mullin and Michael M. Grynbaum headlined “Rebecca Blumenstein, a Senior Times Editor, Takes a Top Role at NBC News”:

NBCUniversal has appointed Rebecca Blumenstein, a deputy managing editor at The New York Times, as the president of editorial for NBC News, as part of a far-reaching reorganization of the division.

Ms. Blumenstein, 56, has overseen The Times’s recruiting efforts and operations as part of the newsroom’s top management team and advised the paper’s publisher, A.G. Sulzberger. At NBC, she will inherit many of the responsibilities of Noah Oppenheim, who has been president of NBC News since 2017. He has struck a production deal with NBCUniversal, working on film and TV projects for the company.