Anthony McCartney, The Associated Press’ West Coast entertainment editor who as a reporter covered the legal aftermath of Michael Jackson’s death and many celebrity trials, has been appointed the news cooperative’s global entertainment and lifestyles editor.
Chatham Asset Management, LLC has announced that Tony Hunter will become chief executive officer of McClatchy Company, following the local news company's emergence from Chapter 11 and the completion of its court-approved sale to Chatham, in September.
Ten young journalists have won Hearst Journalism Fellowships and will begin their two-year appointments in Hearst newsrooms around the country on Aug. 17, Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Newspapers President Jeff Johnson announced today.
David Lauderdale, who has been a Lowcountry journalist for more than 40 years, is retiring as senior editor of The Island Packet, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Emily Coleman, who has spent the last decade primarily reporting on local governments, has been named associate editor of the Northwest Herald in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
The Washington Post's new managing editor for diversity and inclusion will be in charge of the paper's coverage of race, ethnicity and identity, as well as improved recruitment, retention and career advancement for journalists of color.
Bill Parsons, publisher of the Porterville (California) Recorder, has announced plans to retire. His last day with the Recorder will be in August.
Effective next week, the Times Observer of Warren, Pennsylvania, and The Minot Daily News in North Dakota will have new publishers. Both newspapers are published by Ogden Newspapers.