Architect’s Newspaper Hires and Promotes

April 10, 2007

By James Murdock

Julie Iovine, an architecture writer and former The New York Times reporter, is joining The Architect’s Newspaper, the organization announced today. She will serve as executive editor, a newly created position in the wake of several headcount changes at the semimonthly architecture news source.


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Cathy Lang Ho, who had co-edited the paper, resigned in late March. William Menking, who co-edited with Ho, was named founding editor—and Anne Guiney, who was previously the paper’s associate editor, was promoted to New York editor.

Headquartered in New York City, The Architect’s Newspaper began publishing in late 2003. It launched a California edition, edited by RECORD’s former news editor Sam Lubell, in February of this year. It has future plans to publish a Midwest edition, which will be based in Chicago.


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