Daily Mail’s editor-in-chief Noah Kotch quits after six months

Daily Mail’s editor-in-chief Noah Kotch quits after six months

January 15, 2019

The Daily Mail’s hotshot editor-in-chief has quit after just six months in the job, Page Six has learned.

Noah Kotch was hired away from Fox News in June 2018 to replace Martin Clarke, who had moved on to be publisher of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.

But sources tell Page Six that Kotch walked out on Friday. He took the reins in July.

“He wasn’t gelling with the other editors,” said an insider.

A rep for the Mail told us, “Noah Kotch has left the company to pursue other opportunities.”

Kotch didn’t immediately get back to us.

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