Anthony Moor Appointed AME/Online at ‘Orlando Sentinel’

By: E&P Staff Editor Anthony Moor has been promoted to Associate Managing Editor/Online of the Orlando Sentinel, effective immediately. Moor will report to Orlando Sentinel Communications Senior VP and Editor Charlotte H. Hall for the editorial content of the Web site and to Interactive GM Julie Anderson for Web site development and growth.

“Anthony has produced outstanding work on since joining the company in 2003,” Hall said in a release. “This appointment signifies the vital and growing importance of the Web to our future. One of our goals this year is to accelerate our Web growth and Anthony is a driving force in this. The newsroom will work more closely with Anthony and his team as we move rapidly to develop new Web content, integrate the Web into every phase of our newsgathering and extend our journalism across platforms.”

Anderson noted Moor’s “diverse background that spans newspapers and broadcast media” will help the Sentinel develop content for broadband audiences.

Moor joined Orlando Sentinel Communications in 2003 as Editor. Prior to joining the Sentinel, Moor was New Media Editor at the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, New York. Earlier in his career Moor served as a reporter or correspondent for television stations in San Francisco, Buffalo, and Albuquerque. He has held various media positions for television and cable news bureaus in Tokyo, Japan, and has severed in the leadership of the Online News Association (ONA).

Orlando Sentinel Communications is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Tribune Company. Orlando Sentinel Communications also publishes the weekly, Spanish-language newspaper, El Sentinel, and its companion Web site,, as well as the Deltona Forum, DeBary/OrangeCity Forum and DeLand Forum weekly community newspapers. In addition to newspaper and Web publishing, the company is involved in direct mail, niche publishing, and commercial printing.

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