ESPNNewYork.com: We hear that sports editor Leon Carter has left the New York Daily News to take the top job at the impending ESPNNewyork.com. Now here’s where it gets interesting – apparently Carter will be overseeing the New York branch and the Philadelphia and Washington DC versions, and his title will be something along the lines of “VP of East Coast Operations.” If you’ve heard names of any journalists who might be in the mix for a job in any of the cities, drop us a line. Teri Thompson has been promoted to managing editor for sports.
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