The Upshot from The Upshot: Andrew Golis Leaving Yahoo! News for PBS’ Frontline, Chris Lehmann Promoted

Here’s the upshot for Yahoo! News’ The Upshot: People are leaving.

Just a little over one week after the departure of The Cutline‘s Michael Calderone, who left to become senior media reporter at Huffington Post Media Group, The Cutline managing editor Andrew Golis (pictured) is leaving to take the post of digital media and senior editor at PBS’ Frontline.

Deputy managing editor Chris Lehmann, previously a writer and editor at CQ, New York magazine, The Washington Post, and The New York Observer, will replace Golis.

Yahoo! director of blogging Jamie Mottram said:

Lehmann was vital to forming The Upshot’s all-star roster of journalists, and he has been the steady hand guiding them along the way. We’re excited to see where he leads Yahoo! News blogging from here.

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