Sara Miller takes over as editor

Miller joins the Post from the 'Los Angeles Jewish Journal'; replaces Elana Kirsh, who is leaving the 'Post' after five years.

January 6, 2013 01:25
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Sara Miller has been appointed the managing editor of, The Jerusalem Post‘s online edition.

She replaces Elana Kirsh, who is leaving the Post after five years.

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“I am delighted to be joining Israel’s leading English-language website,” says Miller. “The Post has an excellent international reputation, and I look forward to contributing to its fine tradition of high-quality reporting and superb analysis.”

Miller joins the Post from the Los Angeles Jewish Journal, where she was a contributing writer and content editor of the Rosner’s Domain section of the online edition. Before that, she spent six years as chief editor of

Born in the UK, Miller made aliya in 1999, and has lived in Tel Aviv ever since.

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