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Marty Baron

editor, The Boston Globe

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Marty Baron was named editor of The Boston Globe in July 2001 after joining the  newspaper in 1999 as executive editor. During his tenure, a team of Globe reporters won a Pulitzer Prize for their 2001-2003 investigation into sexual abuse by clergy of the Roman Catholic Church. Baron came to the Globe from The New York Times where he has spent three years in several top management positions. Baron began his journalism career at The Miami Herald in 1976, serving as a state reporter and later as a business writer. He then moved to the Los Angeles Times in 1979, where he became business editor in 1983, assistant managing editor for “column one,” polls and special projects in 1991, and editor of the newspaper’s Orange County Edition in 1993. Baron graduated from Lehigh University with both B.A. and M.B.A. degrees.

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