Politico Magazine, a product devoted to in-depth reportage, has promoted three staffers.
The announcement follows the appointment of Elizabeth Ralph as editor. In a memo to staff, Ralph and Executive Editor Dafna Linzer listed the following promotions:
Bill Duryea has been named deputy editor for features.
Maura Reynolds, now on loan to the Politics team, will return to the magazine as deputy editor of ideas after the November midterms.
Teresa Wiltz becomes deputy editor for special projects.
Duryea currently oversees the magazine’s Friday Read pipeline, will continue editing stories, guiding editors and helping Ralph build out the magazine’s features pipeline.
Reynolds will work with Ralph to rethink how the magazine covers major issues. Magazine senior editor Ben Weyl will continue in his leadership role representing the magazine in the newsroom.
Wiltz will oversee reported series and the magazine’s newsletters, The Recast and Women Rule.
Ralph, a nine-year veteran of Politico, led its History Dept., and has been the architect of the new Politico Weekend newsletter and section. In addition to serving as editor of the magazine, she is a managing editor of the company as a whole.