Chris Dautel promoted to vice president of strategic planning and corporate development at Schurz

Chris Dautel will be the point person for mergers and acquisitions, valuation analysis, investments, strategic planning and real estate administration.

Emily Weinstein elevated to editor, Food and New York Times Cooking

Emily Weinstein, who has been a tireless advocate for Cooking’s growth, becomes the editor of Food and New York Times Cooking.

AP names Kristin Heitmann chief revenue officer

Media executive Kristin Heitmann has been named senior vice president and chief revenue officer of The Associated Press, responsible for all of the news agency’s revenue functions globally.

David Trinko to become editor of The Lima News

David Trinko will be succeeding current editor Jim Krumel, who is retiring on Dec. 31.

Pete Bland named sports editor at Columbia Missourian

Pete Bland brings decades of experience and intimate knowledge of the community to the role.

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The suspension came after significant criticism from people who noted that Chris Cuomo had violated widely accepted journalistic norms.
Logan Molen, publisher of the Steamboat Pilot & Today (Steamboat Springs, Colorado), will retire in December after a 40-year career in the daily news industry.
Lisa Schlichtman will oversee CCM’s eight-county news operation.
“His wealth of experience working in a wide variety of jobs at daily and community newspapers was impressive to our search committee,” said Logan Molen, publisher of Pilot & Today. “He has a track record of delivering excellent journalism and showing good news judgment and strong ethics.”
Ron Rodgers retired this year after 16 years at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is leaving his post as chief executive officer. He’s been replaced by the company’s chief technology officer Parag Agrawal. Amid a handful of recent controversies and shrinking revenue margins, Twitter hopes the decision will usher in a new era of growth for the company.
Anna Phillips has been a journalist for a dozen years, most recently in the Washington bureau of The Los Angeles Times, where she covered federal environmental policy and how climate change impacts California.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down as chief of the social media company.
As the social team’s newest editor, Brittney Forbes will work across the newsroom to get Times journalism in front of audiences off-platform.
After a successful stint working in Opinion for Charles Blow and Nick Kristof, Gina Cherelus has joined Styles as a general assignment reporter.
Andrew LaVallee will be the new editor of Arts & Leisure at The New York Times.
The Washington Post has named Miki King president of Arc XP, the industry-leading, cloud- based digital experience platform that serves more than 1,900 sites in 28 countries.
George Papajohn joined ProPublica as a senior editor in August and has helped edit several projects across the Midwest.
Following a national search, Catherine Staub has been named as the next dean of the Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Des Moines, Iowa.
In this newly created position, Iris Lee will lead the development of data-driven projects at the Los Angeles Times and mine the data gathered by the paper's apps for enterprise work.
Jay Scott has been named president and advertising director of Napa Valley Publishing, which publishes the Napa Valley Register, St. Helena Star and Weekly Calistogan, in addition to a number of magazines and websites.
Andrew Julien, editor-in-chief and publisher of The Hartford (Connecticut) Courant, has been appointed executive editor of the New York Daily News, Tribune Publishing announced Friday.
Longtime state government reporter Jack Brammer, who has covered 10 Kentucky governors, is retiring at the end of the year.
Opinion Audio’s first fact-checker will now lead the team.