|Occupation||editor, The Washington Post|
|Notable credit(s)||The Boston Globe, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald|
Baron began working for The Miami Herald in 1976, then moved to The Los Angeles Times in 1979 and to The New York Times in 1996. He returned to the Herald as executive editor in 2000 and was at the helm of coverage of numerous key stories, including Elián González' return to Cuba and the 2000 election.
Baron's editorial helm at the Globe, where he succeeded Matthew V. Storin, shifted the paper's coverage of international events to locally centered investigative journalism. The Globe 's coverage of the Boston Catholic sexual abuse scandal earned them a Pulitzer Prize.
On November 13, 2012, the Globe and The Washington Post announced that Baron would take over as executive editor of the Post as of December 31, 2012. Baron succeeds Marcus Brauchli, who took on a new role as vice president of The Washington Post Company, to review and evaluate new media opportunities.
- Starobin, Paul (December 17, 2012). "Martin Baron's Plan To Save The Washington Post: Invest In Metro Coverage". The New Republic. Retrieved 17 December 2012.
- Weisman, Robert (November 13, 2012). "Martin Baron, editor of The Boston Globe, to become editor of The Washington Post". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 17 December 2012.
- The Boston Globe (July 2, 2001). Martin Baron of The Miami Herald is named Editor of The Boston Globe as Globe Editor Matthew V. Storin announces his retirement. Press release.
- The Boston Phoenix (July 19, 2001). Goodbye to all that: Marty Baron's arrival at the Boston Globe marks not just the end of the Matt Storin era, but of the Tom Winship era as well. By Dan Kennedy.
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