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Norman-Mayersohn

Norman Mayersohn spent 11 years at The New York Times, where he served as the deputy editor of the paper’s Automobiles section. At The Times, he was responsible for assigning and editing articles that covered a broad array of topics, including new model reviews, technology, environmental issues, travel, and motorsports. Norman also led the expansion of Autos coverage to online platforms, including a blog, email newsletter, social media outreach and real-time coverage of key events. Norman’s first journalism job was at Car Craft magazine, a Petersen Publishing title in Los Angeles where his office was just down the hall from Hot Rod magazine.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Take small bites and chew thoroughly.”

CAREER CHALLENGE 

Struggling in college and dropping out, only to come back and complete his studies after changing majors.

AH-HA MOMENTS

Understanding the importance of trying new roles in journalism was key his growth.

FIRST SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE

A 1957 Chevrolet Nomad

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

When having challenges with cars, sleep on it.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

Any automotive marque forum.
FAVORITE BOOKS 

The Arsenal of Democracy by A.J. Baime

Made in Detroit by Paul Clemens

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Always be very aware of the messages we are putting out.

HOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT NORMAN

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