Robert Y. Paddock Jr

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Robert Y. Paddock Jr., vice chairman and executive vice president of Paddock Publications (Illinois), said that he’s retiring from day-to-day responsibilities at the Daily Herald Media Group. He will stay on the board as vice chairman of Paddock.

Jim Webb

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Jim Webb, publisher of the Mountain Democrat (Placerville, California) starting in the 1980s and until 2009, has died. Webb was 79.

Edward Graves

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Edward Graves is the new CEO/publisher of New Mexico Magazine, the state tourism magazine. He started the job in early January.

Anne Cox Chambers

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Anne Cox Chambers, daughter of late Ohio Governor James M. Cox and Cox Enterprises board member, died Jan. 31 at her home in Atlanta at the age of 100. For 33 years, she co-owned Cox Enterprises with Barbara Cox, her sister and the mother of Cox Enterprises Chairman Jim Kennedy. Grandson Alex Taylor serves as president and CEO of Cox Enterprises. Chambers was a long-time member of Cox’s board of directors and past chairwoman of Atlanta Newspapers. Chambers worked on the board of nonprofit organizations and contributed to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Shepherd Center and the High Museum of Art, where a wing is named in her honor.  

Jim Fogler

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Publishing industry veteran Jim Fogler has been selected as the new president and CEO of the Florida Press Association and Intersect Media Solutions.

In his new role, Fogler will become the chief advocate for publishers in Florida and oversee management services to multiple state media associations. He also will lead Intersect Media Solutions, a $40 million for-profit enterprise.

Fogler has worked for Gannett for more than 30 years, most recently as the president and regional sales director for the Poughkeepsie Journal (New York) and Free Press Media (Vermont).

Annette Heath

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The Local Media Consortium announced the hire of Annette Heath as partnership manager and Alex Sanchez Sobrino as director of sales. The two full-time positions have been created to help the LMC grow its partnership network and expand its membership verticals.

David Adams

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Lee Enterprises, parent company of The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa), announced that David Adams has been named general manager and vice president of sales of Courier Communications. Adams succeeds Roy Biondi, who left the company in November.

David Adams

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David Adams has been named general manager and vice president of sales of Courier Communications. Adams succeeds Roy Biondi, who left the company in November. Prior to joining The Courier, Adams was a regional president and vice president of sales for GateHouse Media’s Illinois Communities.

Lisa Hughes

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The Philadelphia Inquirer announced that Lisa Hughes, a member of the company's board and former publisher of The New Yorker, will take over as publisher on Feb. 3. Hughes will replace publisher and chief executive officer Terrance C.Z. Egger after he retires.

Annette Thomas

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Guardian Media Group announced that Annette Thomas has been appointed as its new chief executive by the GMG board.

John Kerr

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John Kerr, the Arizona Daily Star’s vice president of advertising, has been named vice president of advertising for Amplified Connect, a new division of Lee Enterprises. Lee is the Daily Star’s parent company and partners with Gannett in the paper’s business operation. Kerr, who will maintain his Daily Star responsibilities and continue to be Tucson-based, is part of a five-person Amplified Connect team dedicated to supporting revenue growth and audience engagement through contests, promotions and events across Lee’s 50 U.S. markets.

Jaime Reynolds

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Jaime Reynolds has joined Lee Enterprises Central Illinois (Bloomington) as regional advertising director. In her new role, Reynolds will oversee advertising at The Pantagraph, The Herald & Review in Decatur, Journal Gazette & Times-Courier in Mattoon and Woodford County Journal in Eureka.

Hal Hildreth Tanner Jr

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Hal Hildreth Tanner Jr., former publisher of the Goldsboro News-Argus (North Carolina), died Jan. 10, at age 77.

Local Media Association announced appointments

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Local Media Association announced the appointment of seven new directors to its board, while Local Media Foundation announced two new board director appointments.

New Local Media Association board members: Amber Aldrich, senior advertising director, The Seattle Times; P.J. Browning, president and publisher, The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.; Mick Cohen, senior vice president, consumer sales, Hearst Newspapers; Todd Handy, chief digital officer, Beasley Media Group; Sonny Messiah Jiles, chief executive officer, Defender Media Group; Jake Volcsko, vice president of data and digital operations, Connecticut Public and Janis Ware, publisher, The Atlanta Voice. The new Local Media Foundation board members are Mariah Craddick, product manager, McClatchy, and Jason Murray, director of audience and visuals, syracuse.com

Terry Jamerson

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Terry Jamerson is retiring as publisher of The Roanoke Times and as a regional vice president of BH Media Group.

Pascal Juery

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The board of directors of Agfa-Gevaert, headquartered in Mortsel, Belgium, has chosen Pascal Juery as the company’s new CEO. He will take up the duty on Feb. 1. He succeeds Christian Reinaudo, who will continue to support the company as member of the board.

John Clark

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John Clark, publisher of Capital Journal (Pierre, South Dakota) has announced his retirement after 46 years in the news business. Clark’s last day will be Jan. 31.

Andy Corty

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Andy Corty, vice president of Times Publishing and president of Florida Trend, a business magazine published by the parent company of the Tampa Bay Times, has retired

Dolph Tillotson

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Houston-based Southern Newspapers announced changes among corporate officers. Dolph Tillotson, company president since 2014, has become chairman of the board. Daily News (Galveston, Texas) publisher Leonard Woolsey will serve as president of the company and continue as Daily News publisher

Frederick A. Berne

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Frederick A. Berner, whose family owned the Antigo Daily Journal (Wisconsin) for more than 110 years before selling the paper in June, died Nov. 25 at his desk. He was 71.

Caroline Glickman

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Caroline Glickman has been appointed regional editor for the seven BH Media daily newspapers in western Virginia, headquartered in Roanoke. Glickman will be based at The Roanoke Times and assumes the newsroom leadership role formerly held by Executive Editor Lawrence McConnell, who is retiring.

Patricia Richardson

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Patricia Richardson has been named to the newly created position of associate publisher/vice president of strategy and revenue at the Times Union (Albany, New York). The announcement was made by Times Union Publisher George R. Hearst III.

John S. Durso

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John S. Durso has died at age 82. Durso started his newspaper career as a printer apprentice at the Cincinnati Post. He continued his career at The Fort Lauderdale News. He rose to the position of production director before leaving to join the supplier side in 1977, touching hundreds of projects during his time with Hall Processing Systems, NPS and TMSI.

Forrest Palmer

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Forrest Palmer, a former editor and publisher of The News-Times (Danbury, Connecticut) and a World War II veteran, has died at 95.

Dan Savage

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Dan Savage, two-time publisher of the Waco Tribune-Herald, has died. He was 71.

Madison Graham Allen

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Madison Graham Allen has been named the publisher for The Covington News (Georgia), owner Patrick Graham announced. Allen, the oldest daughter of Graham, served in retail advertising sales at Graham’s Monroe newspaper for more than two years, spending time as both an advertising sales consultant and the paper’s advertising director.

Philip E. Swift

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Philip E. Swift, the founder of Swift Newspapers, has died at 102.

Josh Harmon

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Josh Harmon has been named audience director for the Central Illinois Newspaper Group for Lee Enterprises.

Skip Foster

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Skip Foster, president and publisher of the Tallahassee Democrat, announced that he is stepping down.

Dennis DeRossett

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Dennis DeRossett has been named executive director of the Nebraska Press Association. DeRossett succeeds Allen Beermann, a former Nebraska secretary of State.

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