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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
Craig Selby, long-time publisher and general manager of Charleston Newspapers, the former parent company of The Charleston Gazette and the Charleston Daily Mail, died Monday (Feb. 6) after a long illness. He was 77. more
In 1973, she was the first woman hired by The New York Times to be a full-time staff photographer. more
Witty and contrarian, he was the longtime editor and later publisher of The Nation and wrote an acclaimed book about the Hollywood blacklisting era. more
Virgil Shipley, a longtime photographer and reporter for the Mount Vernon (Ohio) News, has died. more
She was well known in the San Francisco area for focusing on subjects like racism, sexism and drugs, in columns that sometimes angered sports stars. more
John Lampson, 86, a native of Jefferson and Ashtabula County, died Saturday, Jan. 14, in his apartment in Mentor, Ohio, with his wife Marilyn by his side, following a brief illness. Lampson served as president and publisher of Gazette Newspapers from 1985 to 2005, later becoming the publisher emeritus, which he served until his death. more
He was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a top editor at Politico before overseeing The New York Times’ popular political newsletter. more
Deirdre Sykes O’Neil, a driving force in New Jersey journalism who guided generations of reporters and editors through the newsroom of The Record (Bergen, New Jersey) with unwavering standards and a comforting personal touch, died Thursday, Dec. 29. She was 68. more
Little on Robert Dowling’s early resume screamed Hollywood power broker. The New York native had worked as a trade publication editor and publisher for American Druggist, High-Tech Marketing, Menswear and Sports Marketing News. more
Edward Seaton, 79, chairman of the board of Seaton Publications, former publisher of The Manhattan Mercury and champion of press freedom throughout the Americas, has died. more
Long before she became the first woman to co-anchor a network newscast and the foremost prime-time interviewer of heads of state and Hollywood stars, Barbara Walters understood the power of television. more
Drew Griffin, CNN’s award-winning senior investigative correspondent, known for getting even the cagiest of interview subjects to engage in a story, died Dec. 17 after a long battle with cancer, his family said. He was 60. more
Grant Wahl, a highly revered soccer journalist, suddenly died last week while covering the FIFA World Cup in Qatar from a rupture in his aorta, the main blood vessel leading from the heart, his family said in a statement Wednesday. more
Michael Lindenberger, a Kentucky native who was a longtime Courier Journal reporter and earned a Pulitzer Prize in May as an editorial writer for the Houston Chronicle, has died. He was 51. more
Prominent American soccer writer Grant Wahl died Friday (Dec. 9) while covering the World Cup in Qatar, U.S. Soccer confirmed. more
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