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Editor who oversaw The Dallas Morning News’ editorial pages named lone finalist for charter school network post

A key editor for The Dallas Morning News is leaving the newspaper to lead a growing public charter school network. more

Carrie Colburn named regional publisher with Lee Enterprises

Carrie Colburn has been named publisher for the Columbus Telegram, Schuyler Sun and David City Banner-Press, and will continue as publisher for the York (Nebraska) News-Times. more

Kim Archer named editor of Examiner-Enterprise

Owasso native and career journalist Kim Archer has been named editor of the award-winning Bartlesville (Oklahoma) Examiner-Enterprise. more

Lincoln Journal Star publisher to also run Omaha World-Herald

Lincoln (Nebraska) Journal Star President and Publisher Ava Thomas will succeed Julie Bechtel as president and publisher of the Omaha (Nebraska) World-Herald, effective Nov. 1. Thomas also was named group publisher for Lee properties in Nebraska and Iowa, and she’ll remain president and publisher in Lincoln. more

Award-winning journalist David Migoya joins Colorado Watch team of The Denver Gazette

Award-winning Colorado journalist David Migoya is joining The Denver Gazette’s growing team as a senior investigative reporter. more

Savannah Morning News names Jill Nevels-Haun as executive editor

Veteran journalist Jill Nevels-Haun comes to Georgia after three years leading the newsrooms of the Amarillo Globe-News and the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal in Texas. more

Lauren Walck named executive editor of the Bradenton Herald

Lauren Walck, the new executive editor of the Bradenton (Florida) Herald, joins the staff from the Sun Herald newspaper on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Both newspapers are owned by McClatchy. more

Bill Barker joins Column as adviser

Column is excited to welcome Bill Barker as its latest adviser. He has led a storied career in the news industry, most recently serving as the regional president of Gannett in Florida as well as the president and publisher of the Naples Daily News and The News-Press. more

Ian Phillips takes on a new role with AP focused on journalist safety

Executive Editor Julie Pace announced that Ian Phillips, vice president for international news, will take on a new assignment focused on journalist safety. more

New roles on senior News leadership team at AP

AP Executive Editor Julie Pace has announced several senior leadership appointments in a memo to global news staff. more

Whidbey News-Times, South Whidbey Record welcome new publisher

Pacific Northwest native RJ Benner has been named the publisher of the Whidbey News-Times (Oak Harbor, Washington) and the South Whidbey Record. more

DallasNews Corporation announces election of Dunia A. Shive as director

DallasNews Corporation has announced that Dunia A. Shive has been elected a director by the company's board of directors. Shive will serve on the board's Compensation and Management Development Committee as well as the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. She will stand for re-election at the company's 2022 annual meeting of shareholders. more

Laura McFarland chosen as Richmond Suburban News managing editor

Richmond Suburban News has appointed Powhatan Today editor Laura McFarland to managing editor of all of its publications, including The Mechanicsville Local, the Ashland-Hanover Local, The Goochland Gazette and Powhatan Today. more

Dr. Chung resigns as department head of journalism and media studies

After 10 years of service, New Mexico State University Professor Dr. Hwiman Chung announced his resignation as the department head of Journalism and Media Studies. more

Meet Fortune’s new editor-in-chief

Alyson Shontell, who since 2016 has been editor-in-chief of Business Insider, is taking over editorial leadership of Fortune, effective Oct. 6. more

Dawson County News names Julia Fechter as new staff writer

The Dawson County News (Dawsonville, Georgia) has hired Julia Fechter as a staff writer. Her main topics for coverage will be crime and government. more

Dispatch Editor Alan Miller to retire this year, take on expanded role at Denison University

After leading The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch newsroom through one of its most challenging transitions, Executive Editor Alan D. Miller announced to the staff on Wednesday that he will retire at the end of this year. more

The Washington Post names Shabana Basij-Rasikh a contributor to Global Opinions

Shabana Basij-Rasikh, co-founder and president of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA), will write about the ways the Taliban government is reshaping Afghanistan, the new Afghan diaspora, and girls’ education around the world, among other issues. more

Goulding, Leible take on editor roles at Sumter Item; Weber joins Studio Sumter

The Sumter (South Carolina) Item welcomed one new person to its newsroom and announced the promotion of two others this month. more

API welcomes new director of inclusion and audience growth

The American Press Institute is excited to announce that Letrell Deshan Crittenden will join our team as director of inclusion and audience growth on Monday, Sept. 20. more
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