Andy Wright has been named the first-ever publisher of The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times announced in a statement today.
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"There has been so much in the report of late to crow about," the executive editor wrote in a Friday memo.
The numbers suggest that even as magazine publishers continue to push for more digital ad dollars, that ever-important September issue is showing no signs of ceding its cultural and revenue relevance.
Baquet, the paper's newly minted executive editor, will be out of the newsroom for about a week.
Editor in chief David Remnick informed staff of her departure in a Friday afternoon note.
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The period of his tenure was as eventful a time as any in the paper's 162-year history
"We are sorry to see him do there what he has done so well here," Baquet wrote in the message obtained by Capital.
Abramson accepted the the invitation to speak at the event several months ago, well before her surprise ousting last week.