Neta Livneh (Photo: Reuven Castro)
Yedioth Ahronoth editor Neta Livne is leaving the position of editor of the newspaper where he served for five years and will leave the newspaper after 11 years. He will be replaced by Sigal Buchris-Regev, who in recent years served as editor-in-chief of the Yedioth Media network of the Yedioth Ahronoth group, company employees were told today.
In a statement to its employees, Yedioth Ahronoth said, "Neta Livneh, the newspaper's editor for the past five years, is ending his position. In the shadow of the organizational changes in the Yedioth Ahronoth group and as part of the process of unifying the editorial board between the newspaper and the website, Livne will leave the newspaper after 11 years. The newspaper's management thanks Neta for his contribution and for his many years of activity."
Sigal Buchris-Regev (Photo: Ryan)
Sigal Buchris-Regev (53), born in Kiryat Gat, married and mother of three, joined the Yedioth Ahronoth group about 33 years ago. During her work she held a number of positions, including editor of the newspaper "Yedioth Ashdod/Ashkelon", editor of "Yedioth Jerusalem", deputy editor of the local newspaper network "Yedioth Media" and in recent years editor-in-chief of the network.
"This is a huge challenge and a great responsibility," Regev said, "I look forward to working together with the editor-in-chief of Yedioth Ahronoth and Ynet, Avi Mechoulam, and Ynet editor-in-chief Guido Ran, and I am happy to work together with the professional and high-quality staff of Yedioth Ahronoth and Ynet."
After the first publication in Walla! Berenger, at the beginning of March, announced the appointment of Avi Meshulam as editor-in-chief of Yedioth Ahronoth and Ynet. The Yedioth Ahronoth group said at the time that Mechoulam's appointment "was intended to lead to a full unification of editorial boards between the newspaper and the website." In his first senior position, Meshulam (46) was editor of Walla!. Subsequently, he served for a short period of less than a year as editor of the Maariv newspaper, until he was replaced in 2011 by Nir Hefetz. Shulam began his role as CEO of Radio Tel Aviv in July 2012, when he was appointed in place of Danny Nishlis, and served in the position for a decade.
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