Jason Seiken, The Daily Telegraph’s chief content officer and editor in chief, has announced he is quitting his role at the British broadsheet newspaper.
Seiken joined The Daily Telegraph in 2013.
In an email sent to staff on Thursday, Seiken said: “I’m proud of how the Telegraph has become a digital leader, and I’m gratified that the Telegraph has seen such a large growth in its digital audience. The company has a great future and will continue to thrive. I wish all my colleagues at the Telegraph the very best for the future.”
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