People news
560 results total, viewing 61 - 80

Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communication names next dean

Following a national search, Catherine Staub has been named as the next dean of the Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Des Moines, Iowa. more

Longtime state government reporter Jack Brammer retiring

Longtime state government reporter Jack Brammer, who has covered 10 Kentucky governors, is retiring at the end of the year. more

Adams Publishing Group names new regional executive editor

Jim Ferolie has been named regional executive editor of APG Media of Southern Wisconsin. The position was most recently staffed by Sid Schwartz, who retired in April. more

Wick Communications names Scott Green as production manager

Francis Wick, CEO, has announced that Scott Green has returned to Wick Communications as Wick production manager. Green also will serve as lead pressman at the Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald. more

Robyn McCloskey to lead The Herald Bulletin

Veteran newspaper executive Robyn McCloskey will be the new publisher of The Herald Bulletin in Anderson, Indiana, replacing Beverly Joyce, who is departing for another career opportunity. more

Publisher Jim Perry retires after 45 years of industry service

Jim Perry, publisher of the Harrison (Arkansas) Daily Times, Newton County Times in Jasper, The Baxter Bulletin in Mountain Home, and the West Plains Quill in Missouri, retired on Nov. 1 after devoting 45 years of his life to the newspaper industry. more

The Shreveport Times welcomes Meredith G. White and Kendrick Dante to the newsroom

The Shreveport (Louisiana) Times welcomed two new reporters last week who are bringing life and politics to the Shreveport-Bossier area. more

Staff promotions include addition of news editor in Franklin, Indiana

The Daily Journal in Franklin, Indiana, has announced two staff changes. Editor James Vaughn has promoted news reporter Leeann Doerflein to news editor and long-time reporter Ryan Trares to senior reporter and columnist. more

Angela Sammons tapped to be new Idaho Press ad director

“I am extremely excited to work with Angela in this role and have complete confidence in her ability to lead our ad team,” Idaho Press Publisher Matt Davison said. more

Bianca Moorman hired as education reporter for Savannah Morning News

Bianca Moorman, who has been hired to cover education for the Savannah (Georgia) Morning News, says: "This beat holds a special place in my heart. I am a first-generation college student, raised by a single mom. So, education has been important to me." more

Heidi Hennink-Kaminski named interim dean at UNC

Hugh Morton Distinguished Professor Heidi Hennink-Kaminski, current senior associate dean for graduate studies in the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media, will become the school’s interim dean on Jan. 1, 2022. more

Journal publisher Bill Masterson named vice president of operations for Lee Enterprises

Rapid City (South Dakota) Journal President/Regional Publisher Bill Masterson has been named the vice president of operations in the audience development division of Lee Enterprises, the Journal's parent company. more

Hobbs newspaper editor Todd Bailey dies at 49

Todd Bailey, editor of the Hobbs (New Mexico) News-Sun, died Sunday of cancer. He was 49. more

Springfield News-Sun names new editor

Ismail Turay Jr., a news veteran of two decades, is returning to the Springfield (Ohio) News-Sun as its editor. more

Tribune-Democrat editor promoted to GM for Johnstown, Cumberland papers

Chip Minemyer, editor of The Tribune-Democrat in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and a regional editor working with the The Times-News of Cumberland, Maryland, has been promoted to general manager of both papers. more

The Sumter Item adds 2 to newsroom

The Sumter Item welcomed two multimedia reporters to its newsroom team this month. more

Cox hires new VP of inclusion and diversity

Cox Enterprises has hired Erin Mitchell Richeson as the vice president of inclusion and diversity (I&D), effective Oct. 29. more

Former FLORIDA TODAY Executive Editor Bob Gabordi dies

Robert "Bob" Gabordi, father, husband, journalist, editor, perpetually optimistic Mets fan and friend, died Thursday morning.  He was 65. more

Top German tabloid editor ousted over misconduct claims

The powerful chief editor of Germany’s best-selling newspaper has been removed from his post following revelations of misconduct, publishing company Axel Springer SE said Monday. more

Todd Benz selected to lead The Lima News

Todd Benz has been named general manager of The Lima (Ohio) News. He succeeds Kirk Dougal, the publisher of the newspaper and a regional vice president for AIM Media Midwest since June 2019. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 28 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.