From the New York Times news section:
Lauren Williams, the website’s editor in chief, is also leaving. The departures come against a backdrop of change in the digital media business.
By Edmund Lee
Nov. 20, 2020, 4:04 p.m. ET
Ezra Klein, a founder of the popular website Vox.com, is leaving the publication to become a columnist and podcast host at The New York Times, the latest high-profile departure from Vox Media during a wave of change in the digital media business...
Lauren Williams, Vox.com’s editor in chief, will also be leaving the publication to start a nonprofit to create a “new and different kind of Black news outlet,” the company announced in a note to the staff on Friday. Vox Media plans to hire a new editor for its flagship site and has open positions for other senior roles.
Mr. Klein will join The Times in January to write columns focused on policy and to host an interview podcast.
As I quoted Ezra in my February review of his book Why We’re Polarized:
“My father is a Brazilian immigrant, so I care deeply about immigration….”
Here’s a picture of Ezra’s Latinx immigrant dad, UC Irvine math professor Abel Klein.