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NY Times taps Knoll to serve as Los Angeles bureau chief


Corina Knoll

The New York Times has promoted Corina Knoll to Los Angeles bureau chief. Recently, Knoll served as a metro reporter.

Before that, Knoll worked at the Los Angeles Times for 11 years, as a staff writer and editor. She formerly worked at Asian-American publication KoreAm Journal (now Kore Asian Media).

Knoll graduated from Macalester College in Minnesota.

You can congratulate Knoll on Twitter.





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