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The top editor for the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester has been promoted to oversee the newspaper's sister outlets in Framingham, Milford and Gardner. David Nordman, who became the Telegram's executive editor in 2018, will now manage the … more
Veteran journalist Sherry Jones has been named executive editor for Gannett’s eastern region of North Carolina, overseeing the Wilmington StarNews, the Fayetteville Observer, the Jacksonville Daily News, the New Bern Sun Journal and the Kinston … more
Josh Kovner, a veteran investigative reporter at the Courant known for uncovering injustices against the underprivileged and disabled and giving them a voice in superbly crafted stories, died Thursday in New Haven. He was 61, and his family said he … more
Graham Brink, an award-winning journalist who has worked as a reporter, editor and columnist, was named today as Editor of Editorials for the Tampa Bay Times. Brink is only the paper’s fourth editorial page editor in the last 56 years. “I’m … more
When Phil Heron, longtime editor of the Delaware County Daily & Sunday Times, broke the news that he was retiring, as of April 17, my first reaction probably wasn’t much different than most other Delco residents–shock. Then came the almost … more
Richard S. Holden, who retired in 2014 after 22 years as executive director of the Dow Jones News Fund and 19 years as an editor of The Wall Street Journal, died Wednesday in Morristown, New Jersey, after a lengthy illness. He also served on the … more
Today, the American Journalism Project (AJP) announced the selection of its first CEO, Sarabeth Berman. Berman will report to the AJP Board of Directors and will replace co-founder John Thornton as AJP’s day-to-day leader. Berman comes to AJP with … more
Anthony Causi, a longtime photographer for The Post whose prolific talent and larger-than-life personality made him a beloved and respected figure throughout the New York sports world, died Sunday from the coronavirus at North Shore University … more
Darran Simon, a journalist who developed an expertise reporting on trauma during a wide-ranging career that had recently brought him to The Washington Post, where he covered District politics and government, was found dead April 9 at his home in … more
William Lewis, the publisher of The Wall Street Journal and chief executive of its parent company, Dow Jones, said that he would leave the roles he had held since 2014. “I am so grateful to all my colleagues at Dow Jones for having made me so … more
Gannett, the owner of USA TODAY and more than 260 other daily publications, appointed a new chief financial officer as the company navigates the coronavirus pandemic. Gannett said Monday that Douglas E. Horne was appointed as CFO effective … more
A. H. Belo Corporation has promoted Katy Murray to executive vice president, reflecting a broader role she has taken on at the parent company of The Dallas Morning News. Murray, 51, who is also chief financial officer, joined A. H. Belo in April … more
Paul Taylor, senior vice president of Hearst and president, chief executive officer and group head of Fitch Group, has been elected to Hearst’s board of directors. The announcement was made today by Steven R. Swartz, president and CEO of Hearst … more
He ran marathons on every continent, including Antarctica—83 of them in all, many followed by a visit to an obscure craft brewery. Last year, he watched 365 movies—most of them in theaters. And Anick Jesdanun made sure—always—that when … more
Rex Maynor, 57, has been named publisher of The Natchez Democrat, Natchez The Magazine, The Brookhaven Daily Leader, Brookhaven Magazine, the Prentiss Headlight and related digital and print products. Maynor began his newspaper career in 1981 at … more
Neil Vogel, CEO of Dotdash, will join The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Board of Directors, Inquirer Publisher and CEO Elizabeth H. Hughes announced Thursday. Vogel fills the Board position previously held by Terry Egger, who retired this year. Vogel … more
Tracey DeAngelo has been named vice president and general manager of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. DeAngelo has been with Block Communications since 1997 and most recently served as the Post-Gazette’s chief marketing officer. Allan Block, chairman … more
A true Renaissance Man passed peacefully on March 20, 2020. A newspaperman, business leader, world traveler, philanthropist and art collector, he was born on August 31, 1943 in Madison, Wisconsin to James E. Conley, MD and Lillian Quirk Conley. … more
CBS News producer and talent executive Maria Mercader died of Covid-19 in New York Sunday, CBS said. She was 54. Mercader worked at CBS for three decades, getting her start in the network's page program, CBS said in a release. She most recently … more
Journalist Alan A. Finder, who worked for Newsday and spent the bulk of his diverse career as a reporter and editor for The New York Times, died Tuesday after testing positive earlier this month for the novel coronavirus COVID-19, Times executive … more
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