Noah Kotch Out as Editor in Chief of the Daily Mail After Just 7 Months

Noah Kotch, the editor in chief of the Daily Mail, has left the British tabloid after just seven months on the job, Mediaite has learned.

A Daily Mail spokesperson told Mediaite on Monday: “Noah Kotch has left the company to pursue other opportunities.”

Kotch has had a bevy of prestigious media jobs in recent years: before the Daily Mail, he was editor in chief and vice president of Fox News Digital, and before that he was the founding publisher of Rupert Murdoch-owned website Heat Street. He also worked as an executive producer on the Today show for five years.

The spokesperson did not clarify the reason for Kotch’s departure from the high-trafficked website, which was first reported by The Wrap.

[Image via LinkedIn]

Have a tip we should know? [email protected]

Filed Under:

Follow Mediaite:

Aidan McLaughlin is the Editor of Mediaite. Send tips via email: [email protected] Ask for Signal. Follow him on Twitter: @aidnmclaughlin