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Rex Rust — finance expert, community leader, athlete — dies at age 52

Rex Dearmont Rust, co-president of Rust Communications, died Thursday evening after a yearlong battle with cancer. more

Belinda Mills named publisher of Eastern Arizona Courier, Copper Era

Belinda Mills, a publishing veteran who has worked at newspapers across the Southwest, has been named publisher of the Eastern Arizona Courier and Copper Era. more

Venetoulis Institute, Baltimore Banner build newsroom with diverse, veteran journalists and deep knowledge of region

Managing editor, arts and culture editor, education, enterprise and investigative journalists are among the first to join The Baltimore Banner newsroom. more

Kelly Lecker named interim Dispatch editor, Eugene Jackson market leader as Alan Miller retires

Alan Miller, 62, who announced his retirement in September, left the paper on Monday after 37 years in the newsroom, and he will move into a new role teaching journalism at Denison University. more

Paxton veteran Gretchen Hunt named editor of 4 Northeast Arkansas papers

Northeast Arkansas news veteran Gretchen Hunt has been promoted to a new position as regional editor for Paxton Media Group, taking over newsrooms in Jonesboro, Paragould, Newport and Walnut Ridge. more

Aspen Times names new publisher

As weekend revelers rung in the new year, The Aspen (Colorado) Times also ushered in a new chapter with a new publisher, Allison Pattillo, and new ownership. more

Gannett veteran takes on leadership role in Southwest Florida

Tom Claybaugh also will serve as the vice president of sales for Southwest Florida, including Fort Myers. more

Summit Daily News names Nicole Miller as new publisher

Nicole Miller has been named publisher for Summit Daily News (Frisco, Colorado) after serving as the paper’s editor since May 2019. more

Don Lovelace returns to Lakeway Publishers

Don Lovelace previously served in the same role with Lakeway Publishing from July 2005 to June 2019. more

Miami Herald announces new leaders in top management roles

The Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald have announced new leaders to senior roles in the company as part of key changes and realignment of the newsroom’s management. more

Elizabeth Conner Stephens named executive editor of Columbia Missourian

Elizabeth Conner Stephens will lead the newsroom’s coverage while working with community newspapers around the state to improve local news coverage. more

Monica Chadha, Liliana Soto join journalism school faculty

The University of Arizona School of Journalism is excited to welcome two new professors to its faculty. Associate Professor Monica Chadha and Assistant Professor of Practice Liliana Soto will join the School of Journalism faculty in January. more

Longtime Winchester Star circulation manager retires

Winchester (Virginia) Star Circulation Manager Bill Green has retired after nearly 20 years with the newspaper. more

Susan Goldberg joins ASU’s Cronkite School and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory

Susan Goldberg, editor in chief of National Geographic and editorial director of National Geographic Partners, will join Arizona State University with a joint appointment in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory’s College of Global Futures. more

Anna Johnson named Washington bureau chief

Executive Editor Julie Pace and Head of Global News Gathering Paul Haven have announced that Anna Johnson, AP news director for Europe and Africa, has been named Washington bureau chief. more

Karl Ritter named Northern Europe news director

Karl Ritter is the AP’s new Northern Europe news director. For the past five years, he has been the AP’s news director for Southern Europe and will be heading up north in early 2022 to start his new role. more

Michael Keever had great passion for newspapers, television and his family

Michael Keever, the long-time senior vice president and chief marketing officer of NTVB Media, died Saturday from complications related to COVID-19. He was 55. more

Retiring Daily Herald editor John Lampinen reflects on splendid career: ‘I just wanted to do good work’

Dec. 31 marks John Lampinen's retirement after 48 years at the Daily Herald (Chicago, Illinois), including the last two decades as editor. more

Florence Morning News names new managing editor

The Morning News in Florence, South Carolina, has a new managing editor — Chris Day, who started his duties Monday. more

The Philadelphia Inquirer names Kate Dailey as deputy managing editor, features

The Philadelphia Inquirer has announced the appointment of newsroom leader and experienced storyteller Kate Dailey as its deputy managing editor, features — effective Jan. 17. more
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