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The Boston Globe announced today that starting in November, Bina Venkataraman will assume leadership for the Editorial Board and will be named the Editorial Page Editor. “The Boston Globe Editorial Board is one of the strongest and most vibrant … more
Lee Salem, 73, of Leawood, Kan., passed away on September 2, 2019. He was born on July 21, 1946, and lived his early years in Boston, Mass., before moving to Portsmouth, N.H. Lee moved to the Kansas City area to attend and ultimately graduate from … more
Leslie H. Gelb, who covered government and world affairs as a correspondent, editor and columnist for The New York Times, died Saturday. He was 82. Gelb’s wife, Judith, told the newspaper he died at a New York hospital of renal failure brought on … more
The Washington Post today announces Kat Downs Mulder has been named Vice President of Product and Design, effective immediately. In this newly created role, which is among the senior level positions that appear on The Post masthead, Downs Mulder … more
Steve Hunt, president, publisher, and editor of the Daily Press who helped shape Southern California sports and news coverage during a 45-year newspaper career, died Tuesday. He was 64. Hunt died at his Apple Valley home of complications from … more
Appen Media Group, publishers of the Herald newspapers and the Dunwoody Crier, has named Carson Cook as editor for the Crier.  Cook joined Appen, publishers of the Alpharetta-Roswell Herald, Johns Creek Herald, Forsyth Herald, Milton Herald and … more
Judi Terzotis, a veteran media executive who has worked in Louisiana’s four largest markets and is publisher of The Acadiana Advocate, has also been named publisher of The Advocate of Baton Rouge and The Times-Picayune, succeeding Dan Shea, who … more
The Astorian has a new editor. Derrick DePledge, a veteran journalist who has held editing and reporting roles at the newspaper for the past 4 1/2 years, will lead the newsroom. He replaces Jim Van Nostrand, the editor for the past two years, who … more
Friday is considered the end of the work week. But this particular Friday marks the end of 30 years’ worth of work weeks for Patricia Lewis Sharpf. Sharpf, who worked her way through the ranks of The Progress-Index newsroom to become the … more
Some 30 years ago, a Globe investigative reporter wondered how tough he should be in a story about corrupt judges, and sought guidance from Gerry O’Neill, editor of the Spotlight Team. “Write it so it scares you,” Mr. O’Neill said. Fine … more
Eugene C. Dorsey, a respected former publisher of the Democrat and Chronicle and president of the Gannett Foundation who called the Rochester area home for nearly 50 years, has died at the age of 92. Mr. Dorsey, a resident of Penfield, died … more
Chris Eickhoff, Associate Principal Engineer, will be working within our Engineered Solutions Group and will be responsible for supporting sales / business development and project execution. He will lend his expertise in the development of … more
The Citizen Tribune lost one of its original employees and the Lakeway Area lost a great friend Saturday. Don Cunningham, longtime circulation director for the Citizen Tribune, died Saturday following a lengthy illness. He was 78. Read more more
Phil Blanchard, an editor for several newspapers — including the Times Union and the Schenectady Gazette — and websites for more than five decades, died on Aug. 16 at his home in Albuquerque, N.M. The cause was cancer.Read more more
When riots broke out in Los Angeles in the spring of 1992, few local reporters covering the historical unrest were able to interview the Koreans whose neighborhoods were suddenly besieged by violence. They couldn’t speak the language.Read more more
Mike Distelhorst was named publisher of The Fayetteville Observer on Wednesday as part of a consolidation effort by Gatehouse Media, the company that owns the newspaper. Distelhorst, who already serves as the group publisher of four GateHouse papers … more
Carol Stark, editor of The Joplin Globe, who died Wednesday at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis after a long battle with cancer, was remembered by friends and co-workers for her professionalism, warmth and humor. Stark, 61, was recent past … more
For nearly 40 years, whether it was at the Delaware County Daily Times’ office in Chester or in Primos, visitors to the sports department were often greeted by the friendly face and warm hospitality of one Robert Dean Franklin, known … more
Jody Jalbert has been named vice president and general manager of Sun Media Group. Jalbert had been serving as vice president for advertising since April 2018. She started working at the Sun Journal as a part-time employee taking classified ads in … more
Lisa Ludovici was recently appointed as advertising director of the Morning Journal, The Review and the Salem News. In her new position she is managing the day-to-day operations of the three Columbiana County publications which are members of the … more
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