Viner moved to New York last year to head up Guardian US
Katharine Viner is to become the first female editor-in-chief of The Guardian newspaper.
Viner, currently editor-in-chief of the broadsheet’s New York-based US website, will take over from the departing Alan Rusbridger in the summer.
Viner joined The Guardian in 1997 and has been its deputy editor as well as editor of its Saturday edition.
Her other roles include editor of its G2 supplement, deputy women’s editor and editor of its Weekend magazine.
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