President of sales for the Great Lakes region for Gannett and the USA Today Network, left the Cincinnati Enquirer at the beginning of 2021 to serve as Comcast's regional vice president for the Atlantic region, working out of Nashville. Tyner joined the Enquirer in 2016.
Quartz has appointed her to the role of chief revenue officer, responsible for the company’s advertising business. Diamond joined Quartz in 2014 and most recently served as vice president of partnerships and managed the global sales team.
Has been named publisher of The Natchez Democrat, Natchez the Magazine, Brookhaven Daily Leader, Brookhaven Magazine, the Prentiss Headlight and related digital and print products.
Publisher of the Enid News & Eagle, announced his retirement, which was effective Dec. 31. In addition to leading the News & Eagle and EnidNews.com, Funk has been a senior publisher responsible for the Woodward News and Duncan Banner, publications also owned by CNHI.
The editor of the Austin American-Statesman, John Bridges, is retiring after 32 years with the paper. Bridges will be succeeded by Manny Garcia, who will also hold the title of vice president when he takes up his duties. Garcia currently leads ProPublica’s Austin-based investigative partnership with the Texas Tribune.
The New York Times Company announced that Arthur Golden was appointed to its board, effective Jan. 1. Golden, a fourth-generation member of the Ochs Sulzberger family, is a best-selling author.
General manager of The Tuscaloosa News, is leaving to take over as publisher of The Troy Messenger, which is owned by Tuscaloosa-based Boone Newspapers.
Reuters Editor-in-Chief will retire in April, after 10 years at the helm. Adler joined Thomson Reuters in 2010 as senior vice president-editorial director of the company’s professional division.
Is the new executive editor of The Sacramento Bee, and regional editor for McClatchy’s California news outlets, including The Fresno Bee, The Modesto Bee, The Tribune in San Luis Obispo and the Merced Sun-Star. McCain Nelson was previously opinion editor at McClatchy and editorial page editor for The Kansas City Star. She starts in her new role on Jan. 19.
Deputy editor-in-chief of The Sun (U.K.), will become editor-in-chief of the New York Post Group in March.
Clarity Media Group announced that Chris Reen will become president and CEO at the beginning of 2021. Ryan McKibben, who has held the position since 2004, will become chairman.
Reen recently launched the Denver Gazette. Reen also serves as publisher of the Colorado Springs Gazette, a post he began in February 2019. Reen is the immediate past president of the board of directors for trade association America's Newspapers.
Bobby Rice, former general manager for The Tuscaloosa News, will become publisher of The Troy Messenger, which is owned by Tuscaloosa-based Boone Newspapers. He also is named president and director of Troy Publications and will serve as regional publisher of Boone’s newspaper in Bainbridge, Georgia, and group manager for Boone-managed Alabama newspapers in Andalusia, Atmore and Brewton, as well as those in the Georgia cities of Cordele and Americus.
Henry Ford has been named chief revenue officer for the Houston Chronicle.. He helped launch the
The Courier Journal (Louisville) has hired sales and advertising veteran Alex Kellner to serve as sales director.
Steve Smith, former Journal Communications chairman and CEO, was named executive chairman of a new company called Inyo Broadcast Holdings that is buying local television.
Jim Burns has been named regional production director for Wisconsin State Journal parent company Lee Enterprises. Lee is half-owner of Capital Newspapers, which publishes the Wisconsin State Journal and The Capital Times. In addition to leading the Madison production team, he’ll be working with other Lee markets in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona and North Dakota.