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Katie Rosman Joins The New York Times Styles Section

The Times has poached Rosman from The Wall Street Journal, WWD has learned.

ANOTHER TO STYLES: The New York Times has poached Katie Rosman from The Wall Street Journal, WWD has learned.

Rosman, who began her career at the Journal 10 years ago, joins the Styles section later this month and will report to Styles editor Stuart Emmrich. Her last day at the Journal will be Friday.

This story first appeared in the July 10, 2014 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

Calls and e-mails seeking comment from the Times were not returned. Rosman could not be reached for comment.

Rosman, who covered digital lifestyle for the Journal, will be writing a monthly column and editing. She will essentially be filling the editor role left open by Alexandra Jacobs, who was promoted to fashion critic and features writer.

Rosman’s appointment signals a bigger push to cover technology and digital, as the Times recently moved technology writer Nick Bilton over to the Styles section last month.

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