NEW YORK – New York Times-ranked news outlet RTE has named two of its founding journalists to join its newsroom.RTE has long prided itself on its commitment to innovation and the arts, and the outlet has taken a number of creative steps in recent years, including launching the RTE Innovation Fund.
The new journalists will be announced on Wednesday, the paper announced on its website.
The institute has also created a new office in New York City and will open a branch in Los Angeles in 2018.
“We are very pleased to welcome our new journalists to RTE,” said editor-in-chief Richard Corcoran.
“They will bring a fresh perspective to the editorial process, and we look forward to their work.
The team at RTE is a remarkable group of talented and talented people, and I am excited about what the future holds for the publication.”RTE is one of the world’s most widely read newspapers, with more than 300 million people using the website.
The newspaper’s website boasts a wide range of content including the biggest news stories of the day.
The RTE Institute for Entrepreneurship was founded in 2010 by RTE co-founder and publisher Jörg Kuehnert and his wife, Laura.
Kuehnett has been RTE’s editor-at-large since 2016.
He will also lead the institute’s journalism program, which focuses on entrepreneurship.
The two new hires join a growing list of journalists who have taken the reins of the newsroom, including former editor-editor Pauline Geller and veteran columnist and commentator Nick Davies.