The New York Times has at last named its sixth public editor: Elizabeth Spayd (at right) of the Columbia Journalism Review will succeed Margaret Sullivan, who held that position until last month when she left for the Washington Post.
Speaking of Twitter, there's one glaring difference between Sullivan and Spayd so far.
"Sullivan raised expectations for NYT public editor to engage on social media. Question is how @spaydl will follow," observes Huffington Post media writer Michael Calderone, while sharing his article on the move.
Sure, we'll go with that.