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The Associated Press names Charles Pavlounis chief financial officer

As CFO, Charles Pavlounis will oversee all corporate finance, including accounting, financial planning and budgeting, treasury and internal audit. Additionally he will be responsible for global real estate, administrative services and procurement. more

Anne Lofye named SVP, Corporate Services & Sustainability for Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises announced that Anne Lofye has been named senior vice president of Corporate Services & Sustainability, effective immediately.   more

UF appoints veteran journalist Rick Hirsch as inaugural director of the Collier Prize for State Government Accountability

The award-winning former managing editor of the Miami Herald will lead and expand the prestigious investigative journalism prize. more

The Star Tribune announces new newsroom leadership

Region’s largest news organization realigns newsroom leadership to drive enhanced coverage in five key topic areas. more

Abby Hooven named regional sports director for Paxton Media Group

Abby Hooven, sports editor for the Henry County Local, was recently named a regional sports director for Paxton Media Group, the company announced. more

Lindita Camaj to join UFCJC as a journalism associate professor in fall 2024

An award-winning scholar with an international reputation, Lindita Camaj has more than 10 years of experience as a faculty member and director of graduate studies at the University of Houston’s Jack J. Valenti School of Communication. more

Sumter Item's Bryn Eddy takes fulltime editor role at Lexington Chronicle

The Sumter (South Carolina) Item's newsroom has a new face and said goodbye to another, though not completely. more

Business Editor Dave Flessner retires from Chattanooga Times Free Press

Dave Flessner, business editor of the Times Free Press, has been a fixture of the Chattanooga Times and then the Times Free Press newsrooms for almost 43 years. He retired on Monday. more

USA TODAY Editor-in-Chief Terence Samuel leaves Gannett after one year

Caren Bohan, USA TODAY’s executive editor for politics, was named interim editor-in-chief as the company conducts a national search for its next newsroom leader.  more

Superior Telegram, Pine Journal welcome new editor in Minnesota

Kristine Goodrich is the new community editor for the Superior Telegram (Duluth, Minnesota) and Cloquet Pine Journal. more

Darrell Richardson elected president of Tennessee Press Association

Darrell Richardson, general manager of The News-Herald, Lenoir City, is the new president of the Tennessee Press Association (TPA).   more

Phillip Morris joins Star Tribune as opinion editor and vice president

The Star Tribune Media Company, the largest news organization in the Midwest, has announced the addition of Phillip Morris to its executive staff as opinion editor and vice president. He joins the Star Tribune with more than three decades of media experience including nearly 30 years at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio, where he served as a longtime editorial writer and metro columnist.  more

Jp Lawrence joins the Star Tribune as Southwest Minnesota reporter

Jp Lawrence has joined the Star Tribune Media Company as its new Southwest Minnesota reporter. Lawrence joins the Star Tribune following a six-year stint overseas in Kabul, Afghanistan, and Germany where he served as a downrange reporter for Stars and Stripes. more

Sean Baker joins Star Tribune as Southeast Minnesota reporter

The Star Tribune Media Company, the largest news organization in the Midwest, has announced that it has added Sean Baker as its new Southeast Minnesota reporter. Baker joins the Star Tribune after an eight-year run as publisher and lead reporter for Med City Beat, an independent news project he founded in Rochester at the age of 25. more

Pioneering Black Louisville journalist Mervin Aubespin dead at 86

Mervin Aubespin, one of The Courier Journal's first Black reporters, who dedicated his life to documenting local Black history, has died. more

Andrew Brown goes full time at The Lancaster News

The Lancaster (South Carolina) News has a new face around the office. Andrew S. Brown has recently been brought on as a full-time reporter. more

Tim Matthews steps down as P&C Pee Dee publisher, relocating to Idaho

Tim Matthews decided to in mid-June to step away from his role as Pee Dee publisher. His last day will be June 28. more

Cox Enterprises appoints Cody Partin as president of the Cox Family Office

Cox Enterprises has appointed Cody Partin to serve as the president of the Cox Family Office. Partin most recently served as SVP of Enterprise Security and Corporate Services for Cox Enterprises.   more

Love & Gustus: Four years in, more changes as The Salt Lake Tribune works to better serve Utahns

The Salt Lake Tribune has announced the appointment of Executive Editor Lauren Gustus to also serve as The Tribune’s first-ever chief executive officer. In this role, she will continue to report directly to The Tribune’s board of directors. Additionally, Ciel Hunter, will now oversee both philanthropy and advertising as chief development officer. more

First director named for ASU’s Center for Culture and Inclusion in Media

In a significant move towards enhancing media practices, Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has named Chelsea Reynolds as the inaugural director of the newly established Center for Culture and Inclusion in Media. more
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