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The past year has seen plenty of changes at the Baxter Bulletin. In early 2020 we, along with the rest of the country, closed our offices due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This spring, our two former … more
NewsNation, Nexstar Media Group, Inc.’s wholly-owned cable network reaching 75 million U.S. television households, announced Monday that veteran news executive Cherie Grzech is joining the … more
Jeff Robischon has been named general manager of the Ashland Daily Press after a career spent in newspapers across the region and the country. Robischon will also be responsible for operations at the … more
Jeffrey Timmermans, an accomplished business journalist and educator, has been named the Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. more
The Morgan Messenger, now in its 128th year of publishing Morgan County news, and The Hancock News, now in its 108th year of publication in Hancock, Maryland, across the Potomac River, have named a new managing editor and publisher. more
Gintautas Dumcius, who began his career as a journalist at the Dorchester Reporter while a student at UMass Boston, returned to his roots this week: He is now the managing editor of the newspaper and its website. more
KCUR is pleased to announce that longtime journalist and editor Holly Edgell will become the first managing editor of the Midwest Newsroom—a public radio collaboration among stations in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska. Edgell will help define the editorial vision for this four-state collaboration that's focused on investigative reporting, and will develop a strategy for executing it, according to Sarah Morris, general manager of KCUR in Kansas City, Missouri. more
This announcement was sent on behalf of Editorial Page Editor Sewell Chan and Op-Ed Editor Terry Tang: We’re very happy to announce that Philip Gray will be joining the Opinion department as a deputy Op-Ed editor. more
Laura Trujillo, a former editor at the USA TODAY Network’s Cincinnati Enquirer and Arizona Republic, has been named managing editor of Life and Entertainment at USA TODAY. more
Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications welcomes seven inductees into its Hall of Achievement for 2021. As the school marks its Centennial, the honorees represent the highest levels of achievement among the school’s alumni. more
Announcement from Executive Features Editor Liz Seymour, Features Deputy Editor David Malitz, Features Deputy Editor Mitch Rubin and Senior Editor for Style Hank Stuever: We are thrilled to announce that Renae Merle will be joining Features as an assignment editor on the Style GA team. more
Matt Clary, a longtime member of the newsroom staff, has been named the next editor of the Valley News in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. Publisher Dan McClory announced the news in a memo to employees on Tuesday. His appointment takes effect July 4. more
Carrie Budoff Brown is leaving Politico and heading to NBC News, where she’ll work on expanding the reach and impact of the “Meet the Press” brand as its senior vice president. more
Graduating cum laude from the University of South Carolina in May, Samantha Winn, 22, was looking for a job in a small tight-knit community to start off her career in journalism. She set her eyes on Aiken and made the move from Columbia with just an air mattress and clothes in tow. She will cover the city of North Augusta. more
Alexandra Koch has joined the Aiken Standard newsroom as a crime and courts reporter. Koch lived outside of Chicago for most of her life and moved to Wilmington, N.C., during her high school years. Koch interned at the Wilmington Star News while still in high school and served as the yearbook editor-in-chief during her senior year. more
David Dennis Jr., a freelance journalist, educator and commentator based in Atlanta, Ga., has joined The Undefeated full-time as a senior writer covering music for the culture vertical of the ESPN multimedia content initiative on sports, race and culture. A frequent contributor to The Undefeated, Dennis will also write long- and short-form pieces on other topics at the intersection of race, culture and sports. more
Tom Rosenstiel, executive director of the American Press Institute, will join the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism beginning this fall as the Eleanor Merrill Visiting … more
Paige Harrison has been promoted to vice president of news for Hearst Television. Harrison has been with Hearst for 18 years and was most recently the news director of WCVB, Hearst’s flagship station in … more
The Committee to Protect Journalists has announced that Executive Director Joel Simon has informed the board of directors that he will step down by the end of the year after almost a quarter century … more
Guardian Media Group today announces that chief executive Annette Thomas, who joined the group in March 2020, has decided to leave the company at the end of June. more
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