Ambitious audio series marks The Atlantic’s first longform narrative podcast.
Richard Holbrooke, Balkan diplomacy, and the beginning of the end for American influence
Five winners, selected from 9,300 nominations, work in Chicago; Compton; Forest Grove, Oregon; Oakland; and Philadelphia.
London staff writers highlight growing international presence.
Mayer-Jones will oversee global sales team
Swati Sharma and Sarah Yager are promoted to managing editors.
Speakers Include: Christy Turlington Burns, Founder of Every Mother Counts; Born This Way Foundation President and Co-Founder Cynthia Germanotta; and Apollo Theater President Jonelle Procope
Giglio will cover national security with a focus on U.S. intelligence, and joins a growing national security team.
New weekly podcast convenes leaders from Silicon Valley and cities across the country for conversations on what needs to change for tech to help solve more problems than it creates
Dante Ramos also begins as senior editor of Ideas.
Nicholas will begin next month, and will share the beat with Elaina Plott.
Original study from Atlantic Re:think, Comscore, and Harvard College Consulting Group finds that what interests Millennials may not appeal to Gen Z
Public voting now open for finalists, chosen from among 9,300 nominations and representing nine states and Washington, D.C.
As Creative Director, Mendelsund will oversee The Atlantic’s design across platforms and lead a redesign of The Atlantic magazine.
Year-long series will explore questions of free expression, beginning with an event in San Francisco December 5.
The Dennis & Victoria Ross Foundation, in partnership with The Atlantic, to present honor December 3 in New York City.
Bayoumy joins from Reuters as The Atlantic expands its politics and national affairs coverage