First Look Media’s The Intercept is welcoming three new additions to its team: Ryan Tate, who will serve as the site’s deputy editor; Margot Williams, who is joining The Intercept as a research editor specializing in investigative projects, and Cora Currier, who is joining the site as a reporter.
Williams comes from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. During her three-decade career, she has worked for The Washington Post, NPR and The New York Times.
Currier, a former reporting fellow at ProPublica, was previously on the editorial staff of The New Yorker and was a lead researcher on several history and politics books. She will focus on monitoring and advancing breaking national security stories.
As The Intercept‘s deputy editor, Ryan will have primary day-to-day responsibility for our site, ensuring that the site’s team of reporters is focused on publishing dynamic stories and responding to the day’s news in a fast-paced, nimble fashion. Ryan previously was a senior writer for Wired, a contibuting editor for Gawker and a writer and reporter for the San Francisco Business Times, Business 2.0 and Upside. He is the author of The 20% Doctrine, a book on corporate insurrection and innovation, and the developer of Typingpool, an audio transcription tool.
Source: First Look Media