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Update: The Tyee Is Hiring a New Editor in Chief

Closing date for applications now set at July 5. Help lead a Canadian media success story.

David Beers 17 Jun

David Beers is editor of The Tyee.

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The Tyee announced on June 9 that it is seeking applications for editor in chief. Since then a number of excellent applications have rolled in. The field, however, remains wide open, so please spread news of this opportunity, including this new fact: the window for submitting applications closes at midnight, Saturday, July 5. The person hired will:

Run the day to day editorial operations of The Tyee including:

Work with founding editor David Beers, director of publishing Michelle Hoar, managing editor Robyn Smith, and the wider team in developing longer-term strategies for growing The Tyee as a sustainable independent online publication.

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