Welteroth named Teen Vogue editor in chief; McClure moves to POLITICO; Rodriguez to Reuters; Samuel joins NPR

Elaine Welteroth is the new editor in chief at Teen Vogue, after serving as editor for the past year. Before joining the magazine in 2012, she was senior beauty editor at Glamour and beauty and style editor at Ebony. Jon McClure has left the Dallas Morning News to become POLITICO’s interactive news editor. Sal Rodriguez is moving from Inc. magazine to Reuters, where he will cover the tech industry in its San Francisco bureau, reporting on enterprise software and the cloud. And Terence Samuel, most recently a senior national correspondent a the Washington Post, is the new deputy managing editor at NPR.

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