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Newspaper executive Murray Cohen dies at 92

Murray Cohen, 92, of Delphos and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 7. more

Anne Applebaum and Gabriel Escobar join Pulitzer Prize Board

Anne Applebaum, author and staff writer for The Atlantic, and Gabriel Escobar, the editor and senior vice president of The Philadelphia Inquirer, have been elected to the Pulitzer Prize Board, Columbia University announced today. more

Alex Taylor to succeed Jim Kennedy as Cox Enterprises chairman

Jim Kennedy, the longtime chairman of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, announced Wednesday he will step down as the board’s top officer at the end of the year, passing the baton to the next generation of family leadership. more

Steamboat Pilot & Today welcomes new publisher: Bonnie Stewart

Steamboat Pilot & Today Revenue Director Bonnie Stewart will become the newspaper’s next publisher, bringing a wealth of industry and advertising experience to the job. Her first day as publisher will be Jan. 1. more

Krys Fluker is named Opinion editor of the Orlando Sentinel

Krys Fluker, who spent the last 27 years of her career at The Daytona Beach (Florida) News-Journal, mostly in the Opinion department, has been named Opinion editor of the Orlando Sentinel. more

Ed Choate named publisher in Claremore, Oklahoma

Veteran journalist and newspaper executive Ed Choate has been appointed publisher of The Claremore (Oklahoma) Daily Progress. more

New director of the School of Communication Studies appointed at UT-Knoxville

Dr. Jon Hess has been named the next director of the School of Communication Studies at the College of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, effective July 1, 2022. more

Mather Economics appoints David Clinch as global head of partnerships

New global head of partnerships will help lead Mather’s plan to expand into new markets and grow service offerings. more

Channing Gerard Joseph joins Newmark faculty as a specialist in race and identity

The Newmark Graduate School of Journalism has hired Channing Gerard Joseph as its first-ever associate professor focused on race and identity. more

Chris Dautel promoted to vice president of strategic planning and corporate development at Schurz

Chris Dautel will be the point person for mergers and acquisitions, valuation analysis, investments, strategic planning and real estate administration. more

AP names Kristin Heitmann chief revenue officer

Media executive Kristin Heitmann has been named senior vice president and chief revenue officer of The Associated Press, responsible for all of the news agency’s revenue functions globally. more

Logan Molen is retiring after 40 years in news industry

Logan Molen, publisher of the Steamboat Pilot & Today (Steamboat Springs, Colorado), will retire in December after a 40-year career in the daily news industry. more

Eli Pace named next editor of Steamboat Pilot & Today

“His wealth of experience working in a wide variety of jobs at daily and community newspapers was impressive to our search committee,” said Logan Molen, publisher of Pilot & Today. “He has a track record of delivering excellent journalism and showing good news judgment and strong ethics.” more

David Trinko to become editor of The Lima News

David Trinko will be succeeding current editor Jim Krumel, who is retiring on Dec. 31. more

Veteran news leader named Colorado Community Media editor

Lisa Schlichtman will oversee CCM’s eight-county news operation. more

Pete Bland named sports editor at Columbia Missourian

Pete Bland brings decades of experience and intimate knowledge of the community to the role. more

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
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