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News leaders announced on Wednesday the creation of five reporting teams to strengthen AP’s political coverage leading up to the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The teams will focus on specific coverage areas: the electorate, election security, … more
The Associated Press has named Ricardo Mazalan, who has covered major stories ranging from the Rwandan genocide to the rise of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, as deputy news director for photography and storytelling for Latin America and the … more
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced on Tuesday that Aamer Madhani will join the AP as a White House reporter.Read more more
Steve Fisher is joining Adams Publishing Group as regional president of APG Media of Southern Minnesota. Before joining APG, Fisher spent 18 years at Dubuque, Iowa-based Woodward Communications Inc., serving in advertising and marketing management … more
Houston Harriman Harte was a longtime media executive who drove the growth of several Texas TV stations and newspapers, including the San Antonio Express-News. He was an avid pilot and devoted husband of nearly seven decades. Relatives said Harte … more
In a memo to staff, Executive Editor Sally Buzbee announced on Wednesday that Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Elizabeth Kennedy will add the role of deputy international editor, a move aimed at making AP’s news report more global...Read more more
Edward VanHorn, executive director of SNPA and the SNPA Foundation, has announced that he will retire at the end of 2019 after 43 years at SNPA.Read more more
Hector Hernandez Jr. is the new editor of the Highland (Calif.) Community News. He replaces James Folmer, who is now editor of the new Redlands (Calif.) Community News. Hernandez, 32, has been a reporter for the Highland paper for five years. He was … more
AIM Media Midwest, LLC (“AIM” or the “Company”) announced today the retirement of Thomas E. “Tom” Hutson effective Sept. 27 from his current position as regional vice president and group publisher with responsibility for a group of AIM … more
Reuters today announced that Joyce Adeluwoye-Adams has been appointed editor of newsroom diversity. Reporting to Simon Robinson, Global Managing Editor, Newsroom, Adeluwoye-Adams will lead Reuters efforts to build a more diverse newsroom, as well as … more
Paul Ingrassia, an author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who placed readers in the boardrooms and executive suites of the nation’s automotive industry and put many of its leaders under scrutiny, died on Monday in Naples, Fla. He was 69. His … more
Carl Esposito, publisher of The Daily Times (Maryville/Alcoa, Tennessee) for nine years and regional president for Adams Publishing Group for nearly three years, will retire effective Nov. 1, Adams Publishing Group announced in a press release. Paul … more
Matthias Fischer has 20 years of experience as an expert in publishing and editorial solutions. He will take charge of the ppi Media sales team in India on October 1, 2019. “I’m really looking forward to my new role. I see myself as a partner … more
Veteran journalist and multimedia innovator Tom Shattuck has been named senior editor of The Sun of Lowell and Fitchburg’s Sentinel & Enterprise, it was announced Monday. Shattuck comes to his new role from the Boston Herald where he served as … more
Keila Torres Ocasio, a former reporter and columnist for the Connecticut Post who grew up in Bridgeport, has been named the newspaper’s managing editor. Matt DeRienzo, vice president of news and digital content for Hearst Connecticut Media, made … more
In late April, AP announced the launch of a global religion team, along with Religion News Service and The Conversation, with a $4.9 million grant from the Lilly Endowment. We’re happy to let you know about some of the journalists joining us in … more
The Boston Globe announced today that starting in November, Bina Venkataraman will assume leadership for the Editorial Board and will be named the Editorial Page Editor. “The Boston Globe Editorial Board is one of the strongest and most vibrant … more
Lee Salem, 73, of Leawood, Kan., passed away on September 2, 2019. He was born on July 21, 1946, and lived his early years in Boston, Mass., before moving to Portsmouth, N.H. Lee moved to the Kansas City area to attend and ultimately graduate from … more
Leslie H. Gelb, who covered government and world affairs as a correspondent, editor and columnist for The New York Times, died Saturday. He was 82. Gelb’s wife, Judith, told the newspaper he died at a New York hospital of renal failure brought on … more
The Washington Post today announces Kat Downs Mulder has been named Vice President of Product and Design, effective immediately. In this newly created role, which is among the senior level positions that appear on The Post masthead, Downs Mulder … more
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