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Chris Sherrill Vass, Chattanooga Times Free Press public editor, has been named president of the Tennessee Press Association. Vass becomes president of the 129-member TPA (which includes 23 daily newspapers) at a crucial time for the newspaper … more
Terrie Baker, general manager of the Grand Island Independent, has been named publisher. She succeeds Don Smith, publisher of the Independent since 2003, who announced his retirement this week. “I am excited to take on the position of publisher … more
McClatchy (NYSE American: MNI) has added two new leaders to its advertising team as it continues to transform its sales operation and connect partners to McClatchy’s iconic local brands. Holden Berlin was named Head of … more
Lakeway Publishers Inc. has named Kelly Drumheller the next publisher of The Central Virginian. Drumheller has been with the newspaper for nearly 20 years. She started her career at the newspaper as advertising director in 2000 and for the past nine … more
At their first meeting, Don Hoover recalled, Bill Burgess was standing outside in miserable winter weather, engaging attendees of an agriculture event. With a stream of water running between his boots, Burgess asked probing questions, handed out … more
Hearst announced today that Michael Sacks has been named publisher of the San Antonio Express-News. He succeeds Susan Pape, who will assume the role of chairman. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst … more
Her admirers too numerous to count and her influence on this city as deep and profound as that of any elected official, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lois Wille was a trailblazer of immense talent, fortitude and considerable charm. She worked for … more
The Forward, a 122-year-old Jewish publication, named a new leader of its newsroom on Tuesday, appointing Jodi Rudoren, a veteran editor and reporter at The New York Times, as editor in chief. In hiring Ms. Rudoren, a former Jerusalem bureau chief … more
Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak, an award-winning reporter and editor, will join The Associated Press as its Washington investigations editor. Kodjak, currently a health policy correspondent at National Public Radio, will manage a team of investigative … more
The executive editor of a New Jersey newspaper was named on Monday as the top editor of the Daily Press and The Virginian-Pilot. Kris Worrell, 53, who has served as executive editor and vice president of news for The Press of Atlantic City in New … more
Reuters announced today that it has named Michael Young chief technology officer, effective August 6 and based in New York. As CTO of Reuters, Young will oversee overarching technology strategy, including technology development, architecture, … more
Wesley Pruden, an ink-stained newspaperman who rose from a teenage copyboy in Arkansas to pugnacious columnist and editor in chief at the Washington Times, where he helped make the news­paper a favorite of conservatives, died July 17 at his home in … more
Anyone who knew Dave Condren would tell you he was one of the funniest people they had ever met. So it's no surprise to learn that he made sure his wit would outlive him. Mr. Condren, a longtime newspaper reporter who worked at four of the region's … more
A new Cook-Orr editor began reporting for the Timberjay this week. Crystal Dey is taking the helm for the newspaper’s coverage in the area with the departure of Marcus White, who is leaving the paper to teach and study at the University of Iowa. … more
The Associated Press on Wednesday named an award-winning video producer with years of experience leading coverage in Africa as its deputy news director for Africa. Andrew Drake, who currently is a video assignment editor in London, will assume his … more
Two reporters have joined the Journal-Courier staff and a seasoned reporter has been named the paper’s city editor. City Editor Rosalind Essig is a Homer native and a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky. She was a reporter at the Jessamine … more
Kate Hessling of Bad Axe has been named editor of the Midland Daily News, and will begin her new duties on Monday, July 22, the newspaper announced today. Hessling is currently the editor of the Huron Daily Tribune in Bad Axe, where she has worked … more
Two new editors have been added at The Hannibal Courier-Post this month as the newspaper was acquired by Quincy Media Inc. “We’re pleased to announce that Doug Wilson has begun his duties as managing editor and Mat Mikesell is the sports editor … more
Hearst announced today that Clarice Touhey has been named president of the Texas Community Group for Hearst Newspapers. She succeeds Mark Adkins, who, having served as the publisher of Beaumont Enterprisesince 2013, will assume the role of chairman … more
Announcement from National Editor Steven Ginsberg, Deputy National Editor Lori Montgomery and National Enterprise Editor David Finkel: We are pleased to announce that Hannah Dreier will join The Post as a staff writer for National Enterprise. Read … more
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