Eva Kis is the online editor at Adweek, where she helps coordinate online coverage, manages the website and writes the magazine’s Upfront section. She previously worked as going out editor at Metro New York, helped launch The National in Abu Dhabi and lasted exactly one year as a police reporter in Florida.
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