She also served as chairwoman of the Newspaper Association of America in 2007-08.
He was one of the only black publishers of a major American newspaper.
He helped bring the Tribune Co. into the computer age.
He had a lengthy newspaper career covering the Lone Star State.
Camp spent over 30 years in editorial positions at The New York Times.
The sports reporter for suburban Chicago's Daily Herald apparently suffered a heart attack.
He wrote about Southern California life for decades.
He started his career at the Chippewa Herald Telegram in 1960.
He served as the director of USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism from 1988 until he retired in 1994.
Robert Reed spent more than 50 years working for newspapers around the country.
After retirement, he went on to serve as mayor of Portage from 1999 to 2005.
He also worked as a publisher for the San Bernardino Sun and was vice president of operations for McClatchy.
The longtime newspaperman was also a member of the board of directors of the National Newspaper Association.