American-Statesman Publisher Patrick Dorsey has announced two leadership changes for the Statesman newsroom.
John Bridges, a 30-year veteran of the Statesman newsroom, was promoted from managing editor to executive editor, and Bill Church, the senior vice president for news for Statesman owner GateHouse Media, added Statesman editor-in-chief to his corporate responsibilities.MORE
Four D-R Media employees were recently promoted. The promotions cross county lines between Highlands, Lake, Polk and Sumter counties. D-R Media produces the daily and weekly community newspapers in those Florida markets as well as multiple magazine publications.MORE
Two veteran media executives with deep ties to Lafayette will be joining The Acadiana Advocate, and the news organization has doubled the size of its newsroom by hiring five journalists from The Daily Advertiser, Advocate owner John Georges has announced.MORE
GateHouse Media, LLC has announced that Bill Church has added the role of Austin American-Statesman editor-in-chief to his responsibilities as GateHouse Media's senior vice president of news. Church, a respected industry veteran, known for his visionary leadership, has served in his current role since 2016.MORE
Steve Dorsey has been named vice president of news performance and partnerships for the Austin-based Center for News & Design. He formerly was vice president of innovation and planning at the Austin American-Statesman.MORE
David B. Woronoff, president and publisher of The Pilot of Southern Pines, N.C., is among the five industry leaders who will be inducted on Friday, April 12, into the NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame.
Founded and administered by the UNC School of Media and Journalism, the Hall of Fame honors exceptional leaders with ties to North Carolina who demonstrate leadership in their spheres of influence; service to the professions and society; performance exemplifying the highest professional standards; and commitment to inspiring and advancing young people in media and journalism careers.MORE
The Richmond Times-Dispatch has named veteran journalist and former Times-Dispatch reporter Pamela Stallsmith as its next opinions editor.MORE
The Washington Post has named Jarrod Dicker vice president of commercial technology and development. Reporting to both the CIO and CRO, this new role sits at the intersection of engineering and revenue and will focus on driving growth by developing innovative revenue solutions across advertising, subscriptions and technology.MORE
Tribune Publishing CEO Justin Dearborn has stepped down after nearly three years at the helm, the Chicago-based newspaper company announced.
Longtime Chicago newspaper executive Tim Knight was named CEO. Knight, who had served as president of the company, will also join the Tribune Publishing board.MORE
Hillery Eugene "Gene" Price, an honored journalist whose career spanned nearly six decades, died last Wednesday. He was 90.MORE
The Rocky Mount (N.C.) Telegram lost a valued friend and influence last week when former publisher Mark Wilson lost his 10-year battle with brain cancer.More
Fort Smith (Ark.) Times Record Publisher Crystal Costa has accepted a new role as events director with GateHouse Live and has stepped down as publisher.More
Mathew Pearson has been named general manager of the Bartlesville (Okla.) Examiner-Enterprise.More