NEW ELECTION AT THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

FROM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY

AS MONITOR EDITOR Richard Bergenheim moves into his new assignment as President of The Mother Church, we're happy to announce the election of John Yemma as Editor of The Christian Science Monitor. He will rejoin the Monitor in mid-July, after 20 years at The Boston Globe, most recently serving as Deputy Managing Editor for Multimedia. Richard, we're pleased to say, will continue with the Monitor as Editor at Large.

"The Monitor has been a beacon of smart, thoughtful journalism for the past 100 years," new Editor John Yemma commented to us. "I am honored to have been chosen as the Editor who will take it into its second century. Mary Baker Eddy founded the Monitor during the era of 'yellow journalism,' when objectivity, accuracy, and fairness were in short supply. Now, at a time when news organizations are struggling to establish a sustainable economic base, the Monitor's role is more crucial than ever in providing careful reporting, compassionate analysis, and a clear-eyed view of the world."

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