Matt Storin

Former editor, The Boston Globe

Matt Storin was Editor of the Boston Globe from 1992-2001. He was succeeded by Martin Baron. Storin began his journalism career at his hometown newspaper, the Daily News of Springfield, Mass. Storin initially covered Congress and the White House for the Globe, and later served in a number of positions, including City editor. He served as Asian bureau chief from 1974–75, where his reportage included covering the last stages of the war in Vietnam and Cambodia. Storin left the Globe in 1985, following a dispute with then-Editor Michael Janeway.

Matt Storin was Editor of the Boston Globe from 1992-2001. He was succeeded by Martin Baron. Storin began his journalism career at his hometown newspaper, the Daily News of Springfield, Mass. Storin initially covered Congress and the White House for the Globe, and later served in a number of positions, including City editor. He served as Asian bureau chief from 1974–75, where his reportage included covering the last stages of the war in Vietnam and Cambodia. Storin left the Globe in 1985, following a dispute with then-Editor Michael Janeway.

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