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Hoyt Purvis died on Friday, May 26, after an illness, said his wife Marion Purvis. He was 83. more
In the early hours of May 31, two assailants on a motorcycle shot and killed radio journalist Cris Bundoquin on the C5 Road in the city of Calapan, in Oriental Mindoro province, according to multiple news reports. more
John Widdison, a former executive managing editor of the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Massachusetts, died Tuesday, May 23, at the age of 84. more
On Wednesday, May 25, James Don “JD” Swartz passed away peacefully at Franklin Woods Hospital. He was born August 5, 1935, to Don and Maude Jane Barnett Swartz. He lived a beautiful life of 87 years. more
The Wichita Business Journal family is mourning the death of longtime colleague Daniel McCoy. more
Lesotho authorities must launch a credible investigation into the killing of journalist Ralikonelo "Leqhashasha" Joki and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Monday. more
Hodding Carter III, a Mississippi journalist and civil rights activist who as U.S. State Department spokesman informed Americans about the Iran hostage crisis and later won awards for his televised documentaries, has died. He was 88. more
James Shearer, who co-founded Spare Change News some 30 years ago, has died at the age of 64. more
Known for his wit and crazy antics, the retired journalist wrote poetry, played jazz bass and rode motorcycles. more
French international news agency Agence France-Presse says its Ukraine video coordinator was killed Tuesday during a rocket attack near the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. more
Former Pulitzer Prize Board Co-Chair and Administrator Mike Pride died Monday, April 24, in Florida from complications of a longstanding blood disorder. He was 76. more
Martin Singerman, the son of a Bronx clothing salesman whose storied career led him to become publisher of The New York Post, has died at the age of 96, his family said. more
Jack Feuer was most recently editorial director at UCLA. His stints as a reporter and editor included MediaPost, Adweek and Inside Media magazine. more
On April 8, Carol Goss Daniels passed away at her home at age 59 after an eight-year battle with colon cancer. more
Ann McGowan, a former managing editor at the Morning Sentinel and member of the Maine Press Association Hall of Fame, died Tuesday. McGowan died of complications from dementia after falling at her … more
The Hickory (North Carolina) Daily Record lost a member of its work family this week. more
The family plans to hold a private celebration of life for Mr. Kelleher later this year. more
Veteran journalist, historian, and civic leader, William Light “Bill” Kinney Jr., 89, of Bennettsville, South Carolina, died peacefully at his family antebellum home, Magnolia, under the loving care of his daughter, Elisabeth Kinney McNiel, Sunday night, Feb. 19. more
James B. “Jim” Boone Jr., founder and chairman of the board of Boone Newsmedia, Inc. (BNI), died Monday, Feb. 13, at UAB Hospital-Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, after a brief illness. He was 87. more
The love of a good story and the ability to tell one in a convincing and attention-grabbing way was central to Jeff Nesmith’s life, both personally and professionally. more
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