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Telegraph appoints executive editor for digital

Several appointments have been announced at the telegraph, with Ed Roussel promoted to executive editor for digital, managing the future digital changes to the business.

According to the Guardian, Conrad Quilty-Harper has been promoted to interactive news editor, where he will oversee graphics and data journalism.

Mark Hughes has been appointed New York correspondent, with his previous role as crime correspondent being given to Martin Evans.

James Weeks is joining the company from Sky News to take up the post of head of video, based on the newsroom floor.

Tom Whitehead has become security editor, while Martin Beckford moves up to home affairs editor, John Bingham has been announced as religious and social affairs editor, and Duncan Gardham has become as investigations reporter.

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