Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee has been named executive editor of The Associated Press, effective Jan. 1, 2017.MORE
The Daily Sentinel Managing Editor Debi Ryan has been named the newspaper's new publisher.MORE
Keith Wilson, long serving publisher of the Kingsport Times-News and president of SNG's Northeast Tennessee Marketing Group (NETmg), will be retiring at the end of this year. Rick Thomason will succeed Wilson and also serve as senior vice president/content for the five Tri Cities area SNG newspapers. He will begin transition work full time on Dec. 12 in Kingsport.MORE
Rich Boehne will retire from his role as president and chief executive of the Cincinnati-based E.W. Scripps Co. next year and his successor will be the company's chief digital officer Adam Symson.MORE
After leading The Anniston Star for 47 years, H. Brandt Ayers has stepped down as the newspaper's publisher. The move was among several changes announced last week in the leadership of Consolidated Publishing.
The title of publisher and editor goes to Bob Davis, formerly The Star's associate publisher and editor.MORE
Stephen Crass, longtime editor and publisher of the Cleveland (Tenn.) Daily Banner, has announced his retirement, which is set for January 2017. He has served as publisher of the Banner since April 2000.MORE
John Newby, a veteran newspaper executive, has been appointed publisher of the Tahlequah (Okla.) Daily Press.
Newby will continue his role as publisher of the Muskogee Phoenix, which is owned by the same parent company, Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc.MORE
Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. has announced that Robin Quillon, publisher of The Tribune-Democrat in Johnstown, Penn., and the Cumberland (Md.) Times-News, has been appointed senior vice president/operations.
Quillon will oversee several CNHI newspapers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Kentucky and Maryland, while maintaining his current publisher role.MORE
Kevin Drake: "I am delighted to be back home in the Carolinas, a place I love and have missed."MORE
Cox Media Group has announced three promotions, effective Jan. 1, 2017.MORE
Todd Sears has returned home to Nebraska as the new president and publisher of the Omaha World-Herald. He becomes just the seventh publisher in The World-Herald's history, dating to 1889.
Sears, 49, has most recently served as president and publisher at the State Journal-Register in Springfield, Ill. Previously, he worked at two East Coast newspapers within BH Media Group, the Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary that also owns The World-Herald.More
Jules Ciotta, president of Motivation Communications Associates, an Atlanta-based human relations, consulting and training firm, died Saturday, Nov. 3.More