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William Greider, a reporter, editor and popular author who examined the United States, its politics and its position in the world through an economic lens for four decades for The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Nation and other media outlets, … more
Great Falls Tribune editor Scott Thompson is leaving the newspaper after 16 years. Thompson is taking a job as director of communications and marketing at Great Falls College MSU, the Tribune reported. Thompson began working at the Tribune in 2003 … more
Shaun D. Mullen, 72, a blogger and author whose journalism career included two decades at the Philadelphia Daily News, was found dead Thursday, Dec. 12, at his home in East Stroudsburg, Pa. He died of natural causes, relatives said. Mr. Mullen … more
Karl E. Meyer, a longtime journalist for The Washington Post and New York Times who wrote about Fidel Castro’s rise to power in Cuba and later was the author of books about international relations, archaeology and the worldwide illicit trade in … more
Caroline Glickman has been appointed regional editor for the seven BH Media daily newspapers in western Virginia, headquartered in Roanoke. Glickman will be based at The Roanoke Times and assumes the newsroom leadership role formerly held by … more
Hearst today announced that Neeraj Khemlani has been named executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Newspapers President Jeff Johnson. The … more
With more than 30 years of experience in the media industry, David Meadows will step in as the new general manager for Central Missouri Newspapers Inc. By early January, Meadows will oversee the daily operations of the Jefferson City News Tribune, … more
WAN-IFRA renews its support to the Print and Production Community with the hiring of Ingi Rafn Ólafsson, who has been appointed the new Director of WAN-IFRA’s World Printers Forum. He succeeds Manfred Werfel, who retired earlier this year. … more
Dan Savage, two-time publisher of the Waco Tribune-Herald and fan of the Oklahoma Sooners, Indian Motorcycles, the newspaper business and community building, died early Wednesday at his home in Bosqueville. He was 71. Savage, an Oklahoma native, … more
Joe Sciacca, the editor-in-chief of the Boston Herald, announced Tuesday morning that he is leaving the newspaper to take a job at the local broadcast TV station 7News. “After nearly 37 years at the Boston Herald, including more than nine as … more
Seven new members appointed at the WAN-IFRA's World Editors Forum Board. The World Editors Forum (WEF), the leading network for editors from news organisations, appointed seven new members to its advisory board at a meeting in Paris on Wednesday. … more
Adam Kealoha Causey, The Associated Press’ administrative correspondent in Oklahoma, has been named news editor overseeing Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma. The appointment was announced Thursday by Tom Berman, the AP’s news director for the Central … more
Recognizing his increased duties within the web & specialty division, Koenig & Bauer has promoted Preston Neetzel to the position of director of flexo sales. In this new role, Neetzel will expand on his current direct sales responsibilities … more
Philip E. Swift was born in Holden, Mo., on August 1, 1917.  He passed away at his home in La Quinta, Calif. on November 27, 2019 at the age of 102. He was reared on a farm near Olathe, Kan., and attended Moonlight grade school, a country school … more
Ronnie Ramos, executive editor of The Indianapolis Star, who has overseen the newsroom's transformation into a digital operation focused on subscription growth and new storytelling efforts, announced to his staff Monday he is stepping down. Ramos, … more
Leisa Richardson joined The State Journal-Register as executive editor on Monday. Richardson worked for the Indianapolis Star in several editing roles over the past 19 years, most recently as regional planning director, responsible for planning … more
Los Angeles Times Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine, Managing Editor Scott Kraft and Senior Deputy Managing Editor Kimi Yoshino made the following announcement: We are thrilled to announce that Amy King will join us next month as an assistant … more
Harriet Morris, a video producer who has extensive experience working in Russia, has been named by The Associated Press as its news director for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The announcement was made Tuesday by Anna Johnson, … more
We are thrilled to announce that Andale Gross has been hired as the news editor for the Race and Ethnicity beat team. Andale brings more than a decade of AP experience to the position, having worked as an editor on the Central Desk and Race and … more
Robert Miller, the charmingly gruff business columnist whose remarkable nearly 64-year career at The Dallas Morning News spanned the Oak Cliff tornado of 1957, the Kennedy assassination and Dallas’ rebirth as a major city, died Saturday in Dallas. … more
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