NPR's Former VP for News Will Be 'Inquirer' Editor Bill Marimow, a former Baltimore Sun editor and NPR's former vice president for news, will become the editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Marimow, who most recently served as ombudsman at National Public Radio, replaces editor Amanda Bennett at the Inquirer, where he once served as city editor. Bennett will step down at the end of the year from her post at the city's largest newspaper.
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NPR's Former VP for News Will Be 'Inquirer' Editor

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NPR's Former VP for News Will Be 'Inquirer' Editor

NPR's Former VP for News Will Be 'Inquirer' Editor

NPR's Former VP for News Will Be 'Inquirer' Editor

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Bill Marimow, a former Baltimore Sun editor and NPR's former vice president for news, will become the editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Marimow, who most recently served as ombudsman at National Public Radio, replaces editor Amanda Bennett at the Inquirer, where he once served as city editor. Bennett will step down at the end of the year from her post at the city's largest newspaper.