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Greg Borowski named editor of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Greg Borowski, who has covered Milwaukee’s City Hall, mentored numerous young journalists and edited national prize-winning stories, has been named the top editor of his hometown newspaper.  more

Nancy Kaffer named Detroit Free Press editorial page editor

Nancy Kaffer, a national award-winning columnist, has been named editorial page editor of the Detroit Free Press. Kaffer, 47, is the first woman in the newspaper’s 191-year history to hold that title.  more

Justin Price joins the AJC’s Digital Storytelling team

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has announced that Justin Price has been hired as a data journalist for the newsroom’s Digital Storytelling team. more

Joe Mack welcomed as regional advertising director in Claremore, Oklahoma

The Claremore (Oklahoma) Daily Progress has welcomed Joe Mack as the new regional advertising director. more

SCS announces promotion of long-time developer

SCS is excited to announce that Michael Grabowski has been promoted to director of application development. more

Inland Foundation elects Masterson and Waters to Foundation board

The Inland Press Foundation has elected Bill Masterson and Bradley Waters to serve on the Foundation board of directors. more

Post Register announces newsroom management changes

John Miller has been named managing editor of both the Post Register (Idaho Falls, Idaho) and Rexburg Standard Journal. more

Mark Lewis named regional president for APG Southern Wisconsin

Mark Lewis has been named regional president for Adams Publishing Group-Southern Wisconsin. APG Media of Southern Wisconsin includes The (Janesville) Gazette, Beloit Daily News, Daily Jefferson County Union, Watertown Daily Times, Antigo Daily Journal, Marinette EagleHerald and Hometown News Group weekly publications in Dane, Jefferson, Rock, Dodge and Columbia counties. more

Dave Cuillier named director of the Brechner Freedom of Information Project

The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications has announced that David Cuillier has been named director of the Brechner Center Freedom of Information Project. He will join the Center on July 1. more

New publisher named at The Kerrville Daily Times

Former Kerrville (Texas) Daily Times Advertising Director Jennifer McCullough has been named publisher of The Times, succeeding Carlina Villalpando Daugherty, who announced her resignation early this month.  more

Dave Ostroff stepping down as chair of the UFCJC Media Production, Management, and Technology Department

University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications announced that Media Production, Management, and Technology (MPMT) Professor and Chair Dave Ostroff is stepping down as head of the department at the end of the spring 2023 semester. more

Two new researchers to lead impact-driven research at Missouri School of Journalism’s Reynolds Journalism Institute

The Missouri School of Journalism is set to welcome two new research faculty and alums who will work with the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) to translate academic work into direct benefits for newsrooms around the country. more

John D’Orlando joins Wick Communications as COO

John D’Orlando, 61, spent more than five years as president and publisher of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, and has served as vice president/advertising director of the Orlando Sentinel Media Group in Orlando, Florida.  more

Adam Meyer promoted to publisher of Jackson Hole News&Guide

The Jackson (Wyoming) Hole News&Guide has a new publisher. Adam Meyer, a minority owner of this paper’s parent company, Teton Media Works, has been promoted from the associate publisher role he held for seven years. more

The Associated Press announces additions to U.S. News team

U.S. News Director Josh Hoffner has announced two key hires to AP’s U.S. News team. more

John D’Orlando joins Wick Communications as COO

John D’Orlando, 61, spent more than five years as president and publisher of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, and has served as vice president/advertising director of the Orlando Sentinel Media Group in Orlando, Florida.  more

Boone Newsmedia founder and chairman dies

James B. “Jim” Boone Jr., founder and chairman of the board of Boone Newsmedia, Inc. (BNI), died Monday, Feb. 13, at UAB Hospital-Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, after a brief illness. He was 87. more

Star Tribune names Steve Grove its new publisher and CEO

Star Tribune Media Co., Minnesota’s largest media company, has appointed Steve Grove its new publisher and CEO. more

Longtime journalist Rusty Turner announces plan to retire in May

Rusty Turner, who oversees news operations at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and several weekly newspapers, announced Monday he plans to retire this spring after dedicating 40 years to journalism in the region. more

Jeff Nesmith, Pulitzer winning journalist, dies at 82

The love of a good story and the ability to tell one in a convincing and attention-grabbing way was central to Jeff Nesmith’s life, both personally and professionally. more
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