National News: Brian Bergstein, San Jose correspondent for the Associated Press, leaves the San Jose bureau to cover telecom for AP in New York. Rachel Konrad replaces him. She will cover news and technology in the Silicon Valley, San Jose and California coastal region. Call 408/293-2324 ... Siobhan O'Shea, segment producer for "Wake Up Call," CNBC's morning show covering the markets and world news, leaves. No replacement yet. Lori Ann La Rocco is handling O'Shea's duties. Call 201/585-2622 ... Chuck Fishman, morning editor and editorial contributor for CNET Radio, leaves for The Wall Street Journal, where he will produce the new "Wall Street Journal This Morning" radio show. For more information, email email@example.com ... InStyle promotes Honor Brodie, former senior writer, to entertainment editor. Call 212/522-4455 ... Dwell promotes Allison Arieff, formerly senior editor, to the newly created position of editor-in-chief. Arieff will oversee the editorial direction of the design magazine. Phone Dwell at 905/893-9368. Business/Financial: Jonathan Cox, reporter, leaves Bloomberg News to join The Raleigh News & Observer as a reporter. No replacement named. In the interim, Katherine Lewis will handle Cox's coverage, including legislative and regulatory issues affecting telecom, TV and Internet industries and the FCC. Call 202/624-1934 ... Aixa Pascual, Atlanta correspondent for BusinessWeek, leaves. Dean Foust, Atlanta bureau chief, will handle her beat, which includes business, economic and financial topics in the Southeast. Email firstname.lastname@example.org ... Technology: Wireless Week's print edition will appear on alternate weeks throughout the remainder of the summer. During weeks without the print edition, Wireless Week will provide an online version in PDF format. Call 303/470-4000 ... The following ZDNet employees were let go in a corporate restructuring: Vandana Sharma, news producer; James Montgomery, associate editor, Tech Update; Sondra Nelson, associate editor, ZDNet TechUpdate. Call 415/344- 2000.
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