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The News/Media Alliance (NMA) has elected Tony Hunter, chairman and CEO of McClatchy, as its board of directors chair. He succeeds Maribel Perez Wadsworth, former president of Gannett Media.
Paul Reynolds is responsible for APG’s seven daily and weekly publications in Ohio, which includes the Athens Messenger, Athens News, Circleville Herald and Logan Daily News.
The leader in charge of getting the Tulsa (Oklahoma) World delivered each day is retiring after almost 46 years with the company.
The Tampa Bay Times’ longtime Tallahassee bureau chief investigated corruption in Tampa Bay and beyond.
The News/Media Alliance has expanded its public policy team, with a final key role being filled with the hiring of Neil Quinter as its new senior vice president, global government affairs.
Lisa Walsh was a pillar in the Sarasota-Manatee community; a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and daughter; and the backbone of one of the most successful media companies in Florida.
Betsy Miles has been named as the next executive director for the West Virginia Press Association.
The New York Times Company has announced that Anthony DiClemente has been named senior vice president, investor relations.
"I am leaving CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the end of this term. Technically I’m retiring, though if you know me you know I will never retire." — Jeff Jarvis
Two former Chicago Tribune editors will join Shaw Media in prime leadership roles for the company’s Northern Illinois news operation.
The News/Media Alliance today welcomed Regan Smith to the organization as its new senior vice president and general counsel. In this role, Smith will work closely with the Alliance leadership team and staff to lead legal affairs and related public policy initiatives for the Alliance.
Eugene Tinklepaugh, 42, has been tapped to succeed the late Gene Metrick as editor of the Rocky Mount (North Carolina) Telegram by the newspaper's publisher, Kyle Stephens.
Matthew Tranquill, a news veteran and digital advertising pioneer with a proven record of enhancing community newspapers, has joined the Idaho Press as publisher and Idaho regional president.
Top leadership is changing at The Post and Courier Columbia, as South Carolina’s oldest and largest newspaper continues to expand its capital city bureau. and The Record (Woodland Park, New Jersey) have announced that Regan Apo has been named the organization's general manager. Apo will assume her role on Oct. 1.
Sarah Stonbely, the research director at the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University, has been named director of Medill’s State of Local News Project.
G. Ogden Nutting, who for nearly three decades served as president and publisher of Wheeling, W.Va.-based Ogden Newspapers Inc., died Friday, August 25, at age 87.
Walter Moore Dear II, a dedicated newspaperman who loved music, books, travel, philanthropy, dogs and cats — and, most of all, people — died at the age of 91 of a stroke and dementia.
Veteran ad executive Ryan Kedzierski was tabbed general manager of The Tennessean (Nashville), effective Oct. 1.
Sally Hampton McMullin passed away peacefully in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Aug. 17, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Norman McMullin, a past president of the Inland Press Association.
Jake Winfrey, sports editor of The Cullman Times, has been named CNHI’s Alabama group sports editor. Just in time for football season, the newly created position became effective this month.
Crystal Childers, general manager of The Duncan (Oklahoma) Banner, has been promoted to publisher of the newspaper.
Aaron Morrison has been named AP's new race and ethnicity news editor, taking over a team at the vanguard of the U.S. media’s coverage of race.
Don Rogers hopes to boost community journalism.