Jill Abramson, fired, as NY Times Editor

Jill Abramson after less than three years on the job is left go as the editor of America’s newspaper, the New York York Times. In an announcement that came as a surprise New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., said that he was replacing Abramson with her number 2 in the newsroom, Dean Baquet.

Abramson was the NYT’s first female executive editor, her replacement, Baquet becomes the paper’s first black American Editor.

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