Daniels assumes new role as TPS executive vice president


Carol Goss-Daniels has been hired as the new executive vice president of the Tennessee Press Service.  Dave Gould, president of TPS, said, "In her new role, Carol will lobby on behalf of our newspapers, lead the TPS ad sales efforts and oversee the staff."

The Tennessee Press Association has contracted with TPS for TPS to provide government relations services, lobbying, management and oversight on behalf of the association.  Daniels will fill these roles.

Daniels has a strong background in newspapers, serving most recently as general manager of the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle. Board members were impressed with Daniels' experience, ideas and enthusiasm.

"Newspapers continue to play a vital role in their communities, as government watchdogs, community builders and sustainers, and touchstones that help readers and their families stay connected to what is important to them and to the places they live," Daniels said. "I am excited to work with the 125 newspaper members of the Tennessee Press Association and Tennessee Press Service to fulfill their mission and make their businesses stronger."


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