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Wall Street Journal appoints Israeli to head up European-Mideastern-African tech coverage

Feb 1 2014 / 11:45 pm
Amir Mizroch

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TalkingBizNews, 01/16/14 – Wall Street Journal technology editor Jonathan Krim sent out the following staff announcement on Thursday:

We’re excited to announce a number of appointments as we continue our global expansion of technology coverage:

Amir Mizroch will shortly take on the role of tech editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, spearheading tech coverage for all platforms during European hours and working closely with our London-based reporters, regional bureau chiefs, tech-minded reporters across EMEA and our global tech staff. Amir, who will be based in London, started his journalistic career in television in South Africa. He spent eight years at the Jerusalem Post, managing the online newsroom, then heading up the paper’s news division before being appointed executive editor. Most recently, he started up the English online edition of Israel Hayom, the country’s biggest circulation paper, while hosting a daily news talk show in Tel Aviv. Amir was born just outside of Tel Aviv and raised in South Africa, graduating from Rhodes University in Grahamstown.


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