Marshall Ingwerson, managing editor of The Christian Science Monitor, was named the newspaper’s editor on Monday [December 16, 2013], succeeding John Yemma, who led the paper in a much-watched move away from daily print and into Web-first journalism. The change, scheduled to take effect in late January, was announced at a newsroom meeting Monday by Lyle Young, chairman of the Christian Science Board of Directors.
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