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Allison Erickson, who served as a Medical Service Corps officer in the U.S. Army from 2011 to 2018, is joining the Tribune through a partnership with Military Veterans in Journalism.
The Providence Journal has announced two major appointments.
The Ruston (Louisiana) Daily Leader is under new leadership with Celeste Holley stepping up as publisher.
Ellie Miller is joining the HNP DevHub — Hearst Newspapers’ editorial engineering, product development and audience strategy team — as director of newsletter strategy.
Marcus Eliason, an international journalist whose insightful reporting, sparkling prose and skillful editing graced Associated Press news wires for almost a half-century, has died. He was 75.
Alec Etheredge has been named interim general manager of Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. (SCNI).
As of this week, Brian Carlton takes over as regional editor of The Charlotte Gazette, The Kenbridge-Victoria Dispatch and The Farmville Herald.
When Mille Lacs Messenger editor Traci LeBrun resigned in mid-November 2021, Adams Publishing Group, the owners of the paper (in Isle, Minnesota), were hopeful of finding a new editor as soon as possible.
The Times (Gainesville, Georgia) is making several managerial changes it believes will help ensure future success.
White House reporter Zeke Miller has been named White House correspondent for The Associated Press.
The Associated Press has announced three new roles on the Business News team.
Jennifer Moates, an experienced journalist with a strong background in small town newspapers, has been named regional publisher at the Palatka Daily News in Palatka, Florida.
Candace Wolf, a 24-year veteran producer of daily newspapers, has been named editor and publisher of The Daily Mining Gazette in Houghton, Michigan.
Natalia Wiita, formerly the company's regional vice president of sales, succeeds Ava Thomas, who has been promoted to a group president position within Lee Enterprises.
Longtime journalist Sheila Rayam has been named executive editor of The Buffalo (New York) News, the first Black journalist and the second woman to hold the position in The News’ 142-year history.
The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications (UFCJC) today announced that Seungahn Nah will be joining the College this fall as the inaugural Consortium on Trust in Media and Technology (CTMT) Dianne Snedaker Chair in Media Trust and Research Director.
Vice President and Head of Global News Gathering Paul Haven announced on Monday that Eduardo Castillo is now the news director for Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has hired Shane Backler as senior audio producer. Backler has extensive radio experience with Cox Enterprises.
Daily News Publisher Leonard Woolsey (Galveston, Texas) has been named president of the Texas Press Association, one of the nation’s oldest and largest newspaper trade associations.
Zach Hansen has been named the economic development and commercial real estate reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The Sumter Item has recently welcomed a handful of faces to its newsroom and customer service department that are a mix of new hires and returning employees or were promoted.
Joe Imel has been named the paper’s general manager and Wes Swietek remains the newspaper’s managing editor.
Lynn Hamilton is retiring from WEHCO Media Inc. after almost 48 years with the company. His retirement is effective July 29.
Alton Brown, the former regional publisher for Lee Enterprises in North Carolina, has been named president of the Chattanooga Times Free Press.