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Audrey Cooper is the new editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Hearst Corporation announced on Tuesday. Cooper is the first woman to helm the publication. She previously served as managing editor of the paper, and acting editor after her predecessor, Ward Bushee, retired in 2013. The new editrix rocked an all-black look for her first day on the job, along with the super-popular shoulder-length bob.
· Audrey Cooper named editor in chief of The Chronicle [SFGate]
· San Francisco Chronicle Names Cooper Editor in Chief [WWD]