Edward B. “Ed” Skinner Jr., one of the most successful managers in the history of Augusta newspapers, has died. He was 86.
Fred A. Stickel, who turned The Oregonian from a sleepy, dysfunctional daily into one of America's best regional newspapers during 34 years as its publisher, died Sunday.
John A. Severance, 79, of Malvern, a former newspaper advertising executive, died Friday, Sept. 18.
Arthur Z. Kamin, 84, a longtime newspaperman in New Jersey who also was chairman of the Rutgers University board of trustees, died Tuesday Sept. 22.
William F. Morem a former longtime reporter and editor at The Tribune, was found dead in his Los Osos home.
Louis William "Bill" Sabatino, 70, a longtime labor relations executive for the company that owned The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, died Sept. 6.
John M. Roman, 73, of the Havertown section of Haverford, a retired prize-winning reporter and columnist for the Delaware County Daily Times and a novelist, died Sept. 3 at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
Gaylord Shaw, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, died on Sunday at his home in Duncan, Okla. He was 73.
Andrew Kohut, a leading pollster who for three decades mined the public’s views on subjects like sex, race and religion but who, as an impartial professional, rarely revealed his own, died on Tuesday in Baltimore. He was 73.
John B. Sias, former publisher of The San Francisco Chronicle has died.
Merl Reagle who created the crossword puzzles published each week in The Washington Post Magazine and in many newspapers, died Aug. 22.
Dan Reimold, whose College Media Matters website and blog are the nation’s go-to source for news and analysis of collegiate media has died.
A career journalist who wrote on everything from religion to the environment, Larry Stammer died Thursday after a five-year battle with cancer. He was 73.