Carbone named US science and tech editor for Daily Mail

Christopher Carbone

Christopher Carbone has been named U.S. science and technology editor for The Daily Mail.

Most recently he worked at Fox News Digital as copy editor and a reporter covering science and technology. Prior to that, he ran the site’s homepage. He’s also worked as a copy editor at brands owned by Hearst Publications, Conde Nast and DotDashMeredith.

He received his master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and his bachelor’s from Rutgers University.


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