Ann DeMatteo served 34 years as a beat reporter for the New Haven Register.
Bob Beck worked at the San Pedro News-Pilot for decades before he retired in 1991.
William Cox Jr. was at the center of a protracted family dispute that ultimately led to the sale of New York-based Dow Jones, owner of the Wall Street Journal, to News Corp. in 2007.
Martin Blaszczyk worked at the paper for the last eight years.
Gordon Abbott Jr. worked for the local newspaper company from 1956 to 1966.
Emerson Lynn Jr. was the newspaper's publisher from 1965 until 2000.
Robert Murphy served as publisher of The Journal for 12 years and at the Journal-News for seven years.
Jim Bishop's 46-year newspaper career included leading the Gazette Telegraph’s news team at a time when the paper won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing in 1990.
Edward Dardanell was chairman of the board of Dardanell Enterprises, which published 16 suburban newspapers in the Pittsburgh area as part of Dardanell Publications.
Noel Greenwood's career with the Los Angeles Times began with the paper's Westside edition in 1967.
Calvin Nelson Clyde Jr. 's journalism career began in 1937 as a reporter trainee at the Tyler Courier-Times--Telegraph.
Al Neuharth founded USA TODAY, the first general interest national newspaper in 1982.
In 2010, Ronald Osborne was appointed chairman at Postmedia, the company formed through the acquisition of the former Canwest Global Communications publishing assets, which included 11 major daily newspapers.