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Capitol Communicator has a report that Terence Samuel, editor in chief of USA Today, has departed after one year.

Terence Samuel, editor in chief of USA Today, exits after one year

by | Jul 1, 2024

Terence Samuel, editor in chief of USA Today, McLean, Virginia, has departed after one year, reports Deadline.

Caren Bohan, the publication’s executive editor for politics, will serve as interim editor as a search is conducted for Samuel’s successor.

“Terry Samuel has been a been a valued colleague during his tenure at USA Today. We sincerely wish him well and thank him for his contributions,” said Monica Richardson, senior vice president of the publication.

Samuel had been NPR News’ vice president and executive editor before he joined USA Today in July, 2023.

No reason was given for Samuel’s departure,

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