Editor of Los Angeles Times Steps Down

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Kevin Merida, who took over the job in 2021, said in an internal note that his last day would be on Friday.

The top editor of The Los Angeles Times, Kevin Merida, told staff members on Tuesday that he was stepping down “after considerable soul-searching about my career.”

He said his last day would be on Friday.

Mr. Merida was named the top editor of The Los Angeles Times in 2021. He had previously worked as a top editor at The Washington Post and at ESPN.

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