Various reports are indicating an upheaval within The Philadelphia Inquirer’s newsroom.
Philly.com is reporting Bill Marimow is no longer the paper’s editor-in-chief as of 11 a.m. today. The website cited a memo from publisher and CEO Robert Hall.
“Please be advised that effective immediately, Bill Marimow is no longer employed by Interstate General Media, Inc.,” the memo reportedly reads. “We wish Bill well in his future endeavors. Stan Wischnowski will become acting editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
All things media news website Romenesko.com reported Hall scheduled a newsroom meeting for 2 p.m. today.
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