LA Times names Kirk as editor, D’Vorkin moves to content job

Los angeles – A spokeswoman for L. a. Times’ mum or dad firm claims it designs to announce Monday that Jim Kirk will likely be named the newspaper’s editor in chief.

Tronc, Inc. spokeswoman Marisa Kollias reported Sunday The Times’ present-day prime editor, Lewis D’Vorkin, is anticipated to generally be named main information officer.

The newspaper described that Kirk was formerly publisher and editor on the Chicago Sun-Times and joined Tronc in August.

He was named interim editor in the Instances on Aug. 21 just after a shake-up but stepped aside just after D’Vorkin joined The Occasions in early November.

The Moments said its newsroom has become alarmed by the latest hirings of numerous information executives who report to business executives – never to editors inside the newsroom.