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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
The Financial Times has appointed its first female editor, announcing that Roula Khalaf will replace Lionel Barber at the top of the business newspaper. Khalaf has served as deputy editor since 2016, with the newspaper emphasising her role in … more
The Richmond Times-Dispatch welcomes James D. Miller this week as vice president of advertising. Miller will lead a team of more than 50 sales representatives, managers, graphic artists, event coordinators and support staff who serve customers … more
The appointment was announced Sunday by Middle East News Director Karin Laub. Kullab, who is based in AP’s Baghdad bureau, has covered the Middle East since 2013 and brings deep experience and detailed knowledge of Iraq that will help anchor the … more
Carlos Lozada, an associate editor and book critic for The Washington Post, and David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, have been elected to the Pulitzer Prize Board, Columbia University announced today. “Both as distinguished journalists and … more
The Local Media Consortium (LMC), a strategic alliance of leading local media companies, today announced that it has elected Stefanie Manning of Maine Today to join the LMC’s 10-member executive board. In addition, four current board … more
Annoucement from Features Editor Liz Seymour, Deputy Features Editors Mitch Rubin and David Malitz and Food and Dining Editor Joe Yonan: We are happy to announce that Ann Maloney, the former food editor for the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, is … more
An experienced writer and editor, Teresa Jackson has had no trouble jumping right into the flow of news in the community, as the Madras Pioneer's new news editor. Jackson, who has lived in Madras for the past eight years, is currently working part … more
CNHI LLC is expanding its regional news leadership structure with five new regional editors, who will work with the company’s local editors to enhance content, provide professional development, help grow audience and encourage collaboration. Dave … more
Joseph F. Barletta passed away of natural causes on October 28, 2019 at his home in Napa, California. He was 83 years old. Born in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania on October 1, 1936, he would go on to become one of the most important media executives of … more
The Associated Press is announcing two appointments designed to strengthen its global entertainment photo coverage and its photo report in the Midwest and Texas. Allison Kaufman, director of operations and production for Invision, the AP’s wholly … more
Ray Jenkins, a former Evening Sun editorial page editor and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who was a press aide to President Jimmy Carter, died Thursday from heart failure at his Guilford home. He was 89. “Ray was a fine Southern gentleman … more
Nick Monico Nick Monico has been named chief operating officer of Adams Publishing Group (APG), effective Oct. 28, 2019. Mark Adams, president/CEO of APG, said, “We created the chief operating officer position in APG to maximize our revenue, … more
A top executive at Hearst Connecticut Media Group has been replaced by a Canadian journalist, a journalism website reported Monday. Matt DeRienzo, who was appointed vice president of news and digital content at Hearst Connecticut Media Group in … more
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