People In The News
“Lydia is the right fit for the Telegraph,” said Dennis Noone, senior editor of Gold Country Media.
He most recently served as executive vice president and chief content officer for NPR.
"His track record in digital innovation, customer understanding and engagement will play a vital role in shaping our business for the future," said CEO John Ridding.
She will succeed current PNA chair Ralph J. Martin.
She's the first woman to hold the position since the newspaper began publishing in 1902.
“Our mission is to provide the best in class service and integrated offerings to our most valued automotive clients,” said Andrew MacLeod, Postemedia chief commercial officer.
He will direct all aspects of home delivery, single copy sales and customer service.
The company will begin an immediate search to fill the position.
He will also oversee The News-Star in Monroe, La.
She will also serve as deputy head of communications for parent company News Corp.
Cook has been a professional photojournalist and reporter for 30 years.
The Pulitzer winner will oversee sections and lead enterprise reporting efforts.
The 113-year-old newspaper covers the Nebraska Panhandle.