Yesterday, Robert Huschka was named executive editor of the Detroit Free Press. A well-liked staffer for more than 16 years, Huschka’s recent rise in the ranks has been strikingly fast. In February, he assumed the managing director role, and in May, he became interim editor. His resume is also a little unusual for a top editor: The bulk of his career has been in news design and presentation.
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