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NBC News Installs Former Huffposter David Freeman As Lead Editor For Its Tech And Science Vertical 'Mach'


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David Freeman who served as the founding editor for the science section of the Huffington Post has been installed as the new lead editor for NBC News' tech and science vertical MACH which officially launches in 2017. NBC News Lifestyle and Today Digital executive editor Ashley Parrish sent the following note to the crew announcing Mr. Freeman's arrival. She also announced that MSNBC's homepage editor Matthew Kitchen has joined the team as MACH's deputy editor.
Team,

I'm thrilled to announce that David Freeman has joined NBC News Digital as our lead editor for MACH. David comes from Huffington Post where he was managing editor of the impact & innovation channel and founding editor of the science section. A thrill seeker at heart, I knew David would be a perfect fit for MACH. He has climbed Kilimanjaro, he has attended race car driving school, as a kid he kept hawks in his backyard and he once spent the night in an underwater hotel. But perhaps the most exciting David Freeman fact is that his pup Captain Scruffy used to have his own YouTube channel.

The MACH channel is now fully staffed. David (with Captain Scruffy in tow) joins Matthew Kitchen, former MSNBC homepage editor who has a few fun facts of his own. He’s a time travel nerd and a Taekwondo black belt. As a kid he built rockets with his dad, many of which can probably still be found on the roofs of a few Phoenix area high schools. Matthew recently rode the NY Century and has an unhealthy affinity for James Bond.

David and Matthew, welcome to the team!

Cheers, 
Ashley




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