Has been tapped to fill a newly created position at The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois), vice president of sales.
A former New York Times columnist who served as executive editor of The Hartford Courant for five years, has died at the age of 91.
Vice president – production NY Times, announced the appointment of John McCabe as night operations manager – College Point Production. David Stenstrom will succeed McCabe as general foreman of the College Point facility pressroom.
“Gene” Price, an honored journalist whose career spanned nearly six decades, has died at 90.
The Local Media Association and the Local Media Consortium has hired her as branded content project lead. The newly created position is possible thanks to an investment from the Facebook Journalism Project to help local newsrooms better develop and implement revenue streams through branded content on and off Facebook.
Campbell spent nearly a decade as vice president of media systems for Gray Television.
News Corporation, publisher of The New York Post, announced that she was out as publisher and chief executive after two decades at the paper. Replacing him is Sean Giancola, The Post’s chief revenue officer.
Was named advertising director of The Post Bulletin (Rochester, Minnesota), effective January 16.
Has joined Hearst Connecticut newspapers as a columnist.
McEnroe is moving his weekly column to the New Haven Register
Connecticut Post Stamford Advocate and other Hearst newspapers in the state on Jan. 20 after a 35-year run in the Hartford Courant. It will appear in the Sunday edition of Hearst’s eight Connecticut daily newspapers.
A veteran reporter, editor and author, has been named editor of The Mansfield News Journal and Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum (Ohio), both Gannett papers. Yonke has been serving as editor of The News-Messenger in Fremont and the News Herald in Port Clinton, and will continue overseeing those two news outlets in his additional role as editor of the Media Network of Central Ohio/North.
Lee Enterprises has appointed him to publisher of the Journal Gazette & Times Courier (Illinois). Mitchell is formerly publisher and chief executive officer of KPC Media Group, a privately owned newspaper in Indiana.
Who became Gannett’s first chief revenue officer in 2015, has been named president of USA TODAY Network Marketing Solutions. He will replace Sharon Rowlands, who is leaving the company to become CEO of web.com.
The South Florida Business Journal has named him managing editor. Adams will oversee newsroom operations under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Mel Melendez. His responsibilities include supervising reporters and the distribution of vital business news across publishing platforms such as online, mobile, email, print and social media.
Former general manager of the Democrat-Herald (Albany, Oregon), past president of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association and publisher of newspapers in Springfield, Newport and Hillsboro, died New Year’s Day after an accident at his home in Bend. He was 71.
He has died Beierlorzer worked for Web Press Corporation (Washington state) as an engineer from 1984 through 1992, returning as vice president of engineering in 1997 continuing through the dissolution of the company in 2010.
Adams Publishing Group executive vice president and Eastern Divisional President Gregg Jones announced that he will become regional president of APG Media of Chesapeake and that David Fike will continue to serve as publisher of The Star Democrat and will take on the additional responsibility of becoming the APG Chesapeake region’s chief revenue officer. In addition, Fike will become chief development officer for the eastern division of APG for its Sales CRM initiative.
Former Willits News (Ukiah, California) editor, has died at 97.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has announced the appointment of him
to the role of president and chief executive officer. MacLeod will have direct responsibility for all aspects of Postmedia’s operations including more than 140 brands across multiple media platforms.
The executive editor of the Courier Journal in Louisville, will take the helm of Knoxville News Sentinel in February as executive editor.
Has been named publisher of The Pantagraph and Central Illinois Group publisher for Lee Enterprises, positions she has held on an interim basis the past four months. As a group publisher, Pazar will oversee The Pantagraph (Bloomington), Decatur Herald & Review and Journal Gazette & Times-Courier in Mattoon/Charleston.
Has been appointed ABB printing sales manager for North America. He replaces Jeff Gelfand, who will continue in a semi-retirement support role. Kopchenko is well known in the North American newspaper printing business and brings with him over 30 years’ experience in industrial controls and printing systems.