Editor Temko quits Chronicle

Jewish Chronicle editor Ned Temko is to step down at the end of June
after 15 years in the job to “return to my first love as a journalist –
writing”.

Temko plans to take up a Londonbased post as British
and Europeanaffairs correspondent for a leading American newspaper,
finish work on two book projects and remain as a Jewish Chronicle
columnist.

Born and raised in Washington DC, before joining the
Chronicle as editor in 1990, he worked as a foreign correspondent for
the Associated Press, United Press International and, for 12 years, the
Christian Science Monitor .

He said: “The Chronicle has an
extraordinarily gifted editorial team. I feel confident that my
successor will help write a new chapter in the Chronicle’s history. It
has a team of reporters, writers, columnists and section editors that
is the equal of any paper in the country, and I am sure that it will go
from strength to strength.”

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