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Adam Kealoha Causey, The Associated Press’ administrative correspondent in Oklahoma, has been named news editor overseeing Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma. The appointment was announced Thursday by Tom Berman, the AP’s news director for the Central … more
Recognizing his increased duties within the web & specialty division, Koenig & Bauer has promoted Preston Neetzel to the position of director of flexo sales. In this new role, Neetzel will expand on his current direct sales responsibilities … more
Philip E. Swift was born in Holden, Mo., on August 1, 1917.  He passed away at his home in La Quinta, Calif. on November 27, 2019 at the age of 102. He was reared on a farm near Olathe, Kan., and attended Moonlight grade school, a country school … more
Ronnie Ramos, executive editor of The Indianapolis Star, who has overseen the newsroom's transformation into a digital operation focused on subscription growth and new storytelling efforts, announced to his staff Monday he is stepping down. Ramos, … more
Leisa Richardson joined The State Journal-Register as executive editor on Monday. Richardson worked for the Indianapolis Star in several editing roles over the past 19 years, most recently as regional planning director, responsible for planning … more
Los Angeles Times Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine, Managing Editor Scott Kraft and Senior Deputy Managing Editor Kimi Yoshino made the following announcement: We are thrilled to announce that Amy King will join us next month as an assistant … more
Harriet Morris, a video producer who has extensive experience working in Russia, has been named by The Associated Press as its news director for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. The announcement was made Tuesday by Anna Johnson, … more
We are thrilled to announce that Andale Gross has been hired as the news editor for the Race and Ethnicity beat team. Andale brings more than a decade of AP experience to the position, having worked as an editor on the Central Desk and Race and … more
Robert Miller, the charmingly gruff business columnist whose remarkable nearly 64-year career at The Dallas Morning News spanned the Oak Cliff tornado of 1957, the Kennedy assassination and Dallas’ rebirth as a major city, died Saturday in Dallas. … more
Thomas A. Silvestri, who has worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch for 37 years, including the last 15 years as the newspaper’s president and publisher, announced his retirement Friday. Silvestri, whose newspaper career spans five decades, will … more
Aaron Snyder, sports/managing editor of The Daily Independent, has been promoted to editor of the newspaper. He succeeds Glenn Puit, who resigned in late September to join the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Snyder, 33, is a native of Ashland. He will … more
Chris Argentieri has been appointed President of California Times, which includes the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune, the company announced Monday. Argentieri joined the Los Angeles Times in late 2014 as general manager and served as … more
McClatchy's West Region Editor, Lauren Gustus, will lead a new company-wide effort as Director of Community Funding Initiatives. In this expanded role, Gustus will be responsible for building community support for important local journalism … more
Paxton Media Group announced that Jamie Paxton has been named president and chief executive officer effective January 1, 2020.  He succeeds David Paxton, who had held the position for 20 years.  David Paxton will remain with the company as … more
George Feifer, who chronicled mushroom hunting, ballet, prostitution, black-market sweetmeats and other fixtures of daily life in the Soviet Union, and who drew on his own encounters with Russian intellectuals and a fuming KGB agent for a pair of … more
Bill Lyon, a literate, sensitive, and affable Midwesterner who endeared himself to this cynical Northeastern city during more than three decades as a must-read Inquirer sports columnist, died Sunday at the Marple Township facility where he’d … more
Jane Bryant, a pioneering journalist who served as one of Oklahoma's first female daily newspaper editors, died Sunday, Nov. 10 in Norman. She was 85. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 at St. John’s Episcopal Church where … more
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to her staff: I’m very happy to let you know that Pablo Martinez Monsivais is our new deputy Washington bureau chief for photography. This is a well-deserved … more
Alan Hagman, a veteran Los Angeles Times photographer who captured defining Southern California images with his camera and as an editor relied on a skilled eye to tell stories from Seattle to Singapore with powerful and arresting pictures, has died … more
Coda, the technology-driven local market research and advisory firm, today announces that newspaper industry veteran Gary Meo has joined the Coda team as vice president, key accounts. He will focus on helping newspaper and digital clients utilize … more
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