Search is on for new leaders in journalism’s upper echelons

NEW YORK (AP) — The “help wanted” list for top management jobs in journalism is suddenly getting very long.

Searches for new leaders at brand names like The Washington Post, ABC News and the Los Angeles Times are coming at a time of rapid change in the news industry and increased attention paid to diversity in decision-making roles.

The two latest openings came this week when Marty Baron, the executive editor who transformed the Post over the past eight years, and ABC News President James Goldston both said they will step down over the next two months.

The Los Angeles Times is further along in its search for a successor to Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine. The Reuters news agency is looking to replace its editor-in-chief, Stephen Adler, who is retiring on April 1. HuffPost and Vox Media need leaders, too.

Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, is

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I Finished Fate: The Winx Saga & I Still Have A Million Questions

Fate: The Winx Club Saga Season 1. Hannah van der Westhuysen as Stella, Eliot Salt as Terra, Abigail Cowen as Bloom, Elisha Applebaum as Musa, Precious Mustapha as Aisha in Fate: The Winx Club Saga Season 1. Cr. Jonathan Hession/NETFLIX © 2020 Warning: Spoilers ahead for Fate: The Winx Saga finale “A Fanatic Heart.” Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga series premiere, “To the Waters and the Wild,” churns out a lot of plot. There are the Burned Ones, the terrifying creatures living in the forest of Winx’s principle dimension, Otherworld. There is the magical boarding school Alfea, which seems to be tied to a forgotten history of violent horrors. Since this is a Netflix teen show created by ex-Vampire Diaries writer Brian Young, there are also the friendships and crushes of Winx’s core cast

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A handy guide to the best of the city…

This week we say goodbye to January and hello to an abundance of fun things to do in Dubai. From an adrenaline-pumping attraction to a calming luxury spa treatment, here are our top picks to keep you busy in Dubai this week.

Here are six things to do in Dubai.

1. Battle it out at a new attraction

Channel your inner squaddie at Town Square’s brilliant new attraction, Battle Park. Following the success of its Al Khawaneej branch, the paintball and adventure park has just opened at Nshama Town Square with even more exciting obstacles. Grab a group of mates and see if you can take on the combat gaming challenges. Prices start from Dhs65 for residents and Dhs75 for non-residents.

Battle Park, Nshama Town Square, Dubai, daily, 2pm to midnight, from Dhs65. Tel: 800

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