Fiona Murray Named Editor of DuJour

She joins from WSJ.

DuJour Media has named Fiona Murray editor in chief of DuJour. Murray most recently served as The Wall Street Journal’s features editor. She had been with the Journal since 2010.

Murray previously worked for InStyle, T Magazine, Marie Claire and more.

Murray is succeeding DuJour’s founding editor Nicole Vecchiarelli, who stepped down last month.

“Nicole has been an amazing partner since our launch, in fall 2012, making DuJour an award-winning must-read,” DuJour Media founder and CEO Jason Binn told WWD. “I wish her every success as she starts this new phase of her career. I am confident Murray’s experience will enhance our strategic partnerships, including She will be taking the baton, creating unique exclusive lifestyle content.”

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