Hotline: Krissi Murison to become new editor of NME
Campaign, Friday, 31 July 2009 12:00AM
Krissi Murison, the former deputy editor of NME, is to become the new editor of the music title, replacing Conor McNicholas. Murison was previously the music director for Nylon in New York after leaving NME in February to take up the role.
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