New York Daily News (New York, NY) -- The newsroom at the Daily News was stunned when management announced it was replacing Editor-in-Chief Kevin Convey with Colin Myler, a relative stranger to the newsroom family. Myler (email@example.com) was previously the editor of the now defunct News of the World in England. Convey had been with the News for 1.5 years.
The Wall Street Journal (New York, NY) -- Reporter Kirsten Grind (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been hired to cover asset-management firms and personal finance for the Money & Investing section. She arrives from Portfolio.com. Also, a number of beat changes have been announced. Former Sports Industry Reporter Reed Albergotti (email@example.com) is now covering the New York courts. Former Hedge Fund Reporter Steve Eder (firstname.lastname@example.org) is now the National Legal Reporter. Adding to their coverage area: Legal Affairs Reporter Jennifer Smith (email@example.com), who will also handle the corporate law and law firm beats and Legal Blogger Joe Palazzolo (firstname.lastname@example.org), who adds foreign bribery, judges and plaintiff's bar beats. Meanwhile, Raju Narisetti (email@example.com) returns to the WSJ after a stint at The Washington Post. Narisetti takes on dual roles as Deputy Managing Editor of the print version and Managing Editor of the online version of the paper.
Newsday (Melville, NY) -- Two additions to announce at this Long Island paper: Betty Ming Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Westchester County Reporter covering the environment, development and business. She was previously a Contributing Art Writer for am New York. Al Iannazzone (email@example.com) has been hired as an NBA Reporter covering the New York Knicks. He was previously a Sports Writer in New Jersey.
This Week - ABC Television Network (New York, NY) -- Senior Executive Producer of News Jon Banner (firstname.lastname@example.org) will now also be Executive Producer of "This Week." Current EP Rick Kaplan (http://www.twitter.com/rickkaplanabc) has relinquished the position. He will continue, however, as an ABC News Producer covering the 2012 U.S. elections.
WABC-TV (New York, NY) -- One-time Freelance Reporter Kristin Thorne is now a full-time Staff Reporter with this Big Apple station. Thorne has a Twitter account at http://www.twitter.com/kristinthorne
The New York Times (New York, NY) -- Former WSJ-er Peter Eavis (email@example.com) has been hired by the NYT as a Finance and Markets Reporter for Business Day and DealBook. Also, Beauty Columnist Catherine Saint Louis (firstname.lastname@example.org) switches to a Social Trends Reporter while Style Reporter Stephanie Rosenbloom takes over the beauty and fitness beat. You can follow Saint Louis and Rosenbloom on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/cslnyt and http://www.twitter.com/StephroNYT, respectively.
New York Magazine (New York, NY) -- Mr. Lane Brown (email@example.com) returns to the magazine as a Pop Culture Editor. Follow Brown on Twitter at http://twitter.com/LaneBrown. Also, Matt Zoller Seitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) was named the magazine's Television Critic. Follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mattzollerseitz. And finally, Senior Editor Rachel Baker (email@example.com) takes on a second position as Strategist Editor, replacing Jon Steinberg.
Woman's Day (New York, NY) -- Susan Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Editor-in-Chief at this woman's magazine. She has been with the publisher Time Inc. since 2001. She previously served as Executive Editor at All You.
Securitization Intelligence (New York, NY) -- Along with a name change from Total Securitization & Credit Investment to Securitization Intelligence, the publication has changed Managing Editors. Graham Bippart (email@example.com), previously of Real Estate Finance & Investment at Euromoney Institutional Investor will be the new Managing Editor here.
The Village Voice (New York, NY) -- Co-workers were stunned when veteran Film Critic Jim Hoberman was let go. Hoberman had been with the paper since 1983.
Dow Jones Newswires (New York, NY) -- Mike Cherney (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been hired as Municipal Bonds Reporter at the wire service. His resume includes stops at Debtwire and Law360.
Journal of Urgent Care Medicine (Ramsey, NJ) -- Neil Chesanow has stepped down from his position as Editor for the publication and is now a freelance writer. Chesanow who has been with the publication since April 2011, has been replaced by Judy Orvog (email@example.com) as Editor.
The Record (Woodland Park, NJ) -- The Record has named Martin Gottlieb as its new Editor. He replaced Frank Scandale, who left the paper in late October. Martin Gottlieb may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomson Reuters (New York, NY) -- Four new hires here: Matthew Keys (email@example.com) is now Thomson Reuters' Deputy Social Media Editor. He arrives from KGO-TV in San Francisco. Mr. Carrick Mollenkamp (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been hired as a Wall Street Reporter. He previously covered banking for The Wall Street Journal. Heather Struck (email@example.com) joins as Web Editor for the personal finance and wealth section. She was formerly a Reporter at Forbes. Finally, Joan Biskupic (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Legal Affairs Editor-in-Charge. She was previously U.S. Supreme Court Correspondent at USA Today in D.C..Leaving the wire service is New York/Northeastern Bureau Chief Mark Egan.
NOW with Alex Wagner - MSNBC Network (New York, NY) -- Robert Gifford (email@example.com) has been named Senior Producer at this new MSNBC program. He held the same position at "Morning Joe" also on MSNBC.
Andrea Mitchell Reports - NBC Television Network (New York, NY) -- Subrata De (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named Executive Producer for this program. She was previously a Senior Producer for NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams.
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams - NBC Television Network (New York, NY) -- Jennifer Suozzo (email@example.com) joins the nightly evening show as Senior Broadcast Producer. She was previously Executive Producer at Andrea Mitchell Reports, also on NBC.
CBS This Morning - CBS Television Network (New York, NY) -- Former Huffington Post Reporter Paul Needham (firstname.lastname@example.org) has joined the morning show as an Associate Producer. Follow Needham on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/paul_needham.
WIVB/WNLO-TV (Buffalo, NY) -- Former WPBN-WTOM Anchor Diana Fairbanks joins this upstate station.
WGRZ-TV (Buffalo, NY) -- Former WIVB/WNLO-TV Anchor Melissa Holmes has moved across town to this competitor station.
Martha Stewart Living Magazine (New York, NY) -- Melissa Ozawa (email@example.com) has been hired as Senior Editor, Gardening. She held the same position at Country Living. Follow Ozawa and the magazine at http://www.twitter.com/MS_Living
Whole Living (New York, NY) -- Andrea Bartz (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been hired as Senior Editor, Health and Nutrition at this Martha Stewart publication. She arrives from Psychology Today, where she was a Senior News Editor. Whole Living can be followed on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/wholeliving and Bartz at http://www.twitter.com/andibartz
The New York Observer (New York, NY) -- Adrianne Jeffries (email@example.com) has replaced Ben Popper (http://www.twitter.com/benpopper) as Technology Columnist and Blog Editor.
Reader's Digest (New York, NY) -- Associate Lifestyle Editor Alison Caporimo (firstname.lastname@example.org) has left Every Day With Rachael Ray to become Associate Editor at RD. She has also been an Editorial Assistant at Allure.
WRRV-FM (Poughkeepsie, NY) -- Modern Rock Program Director Andrew Boris (email@example.com) takes on another PD position as he replaces Gary Cee at sister station Classic Rock WPDH-FM. Also, WRRV-FM Music Director Bill Dunn adds the title of Assistant Program Director to his signature.
WZMR-FM (Albany, NY) -- Program Director/Afternoon DJ Ally Reid (firstname.lastname@example.org) now handles the PD duties at CHR sister station WFLY-FM as well as at Country WZMR.
WPIX-TV (New York, NY) -- Jay Dow has been named Reporter at this New York City station. He had been a Reporter across town at WCBS-TV. Dow can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/@jaydowser. WPIX-TV can be found at http://www.twitter.com/PIX11
Genome Technology (New York, NY) -- Editor-in-Chief Meredith Salisbury is no longer with the company. A replacement has not been named. The publication can be followed on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/GenomeTechMag
Pharmaceutical Representative (New York, NY) -- This magazine is no longer being published.
Debtwire (New York, NY) -- Debtwire has hired two reporters: Andrea Riquier and Sari Krieger. Riquier (email@example.com) will cover community development districts, utilities and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority while Krieger (firstname.lastname@example.org) handles residential mortgage-backed securities from a legal and regulatory standpoint.
Forbes (New York, NY) -- Forbes welcomes new Reporter Erin Carlyle. Carlyle (email@example.com) will focus on Latin American billionaires as well as Blog. She has also been a Reporter at City Pages in Minneapolis. Follow her on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/erin_carlyle. Meanwhile, Larry Reibstein, Executive Editor covering corporate intelligence, has left the publication.
Financial Times - New York Bureau (New York, NY) -- Tracy Alloway (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named U.S. Financial Correspondent here. She has also been the Capital Markets Correspondent at the company, which is based in London.
The Business Insider (New York, NY) -- Associate Entertainment Editor Megan Angelo has left the company.
Elle (New York, NY) -- Nick Axelrod (email@example.com) has been promoted to Senior Fashion News Editor at this international magazine. He had been Fashion News Editor since 2010. He has also worked as Media Reporter for Women's Wear Daily.
Associated Press (AP) (New York, NY) -- Moving from his position as a Producer in the AP Nerve Center, Eric Carvin (firstname.lastname@example.org) is now Social Media Editor here.
The Source (New York, NY) -- Kim Osorio (email@example.com) has returned to this hip hop magazine as Editor-in-Chief. She held this same position from 2003-2005. Follow Osorio on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/kimosorio1
XXL (New York, NY) -- Associate Editor Amber McKynzie has left the magazine.
Brides (New York, NY) -- Managing Editor Danine Alati has left the publication.
Filmmaker Magazine (Brooklyn, NY) -- Managing Editor Jason Guerrasio has signed off.
US Weekly (New York, NY) -- Natalie Van der Meer (firstname.lastname@example.org) joins the magazine as Assistant Editor.
The Huffington Post (New York, NY) -- Managing Editor Nico Pitney has left the publication. Jimmy Soni (email@example.com) replaces Pitney. You can follow Soni on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/jimmyasoni. Meredith Melnick (firstname.lastname@example.org) also joins as Fitness/Nutrition Editor.
Glamour (New York, NY) -- Congratulations to Marina Khidekel (email@example.com) and Emma Rosenblum (firstname.lastname@example.org) who were promoted from Article Editors to Senior Editors.
Seventeen (New York, NY) -- The magazine welcomes Tomoko Takeda (email@example.com) as Senior Beauty Editor.
SmartMoney (New York, NY) -- Kristen Bellstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org) was promoted to Senior Editor. She was previously Associate Editor.
Allure (New York, NY) -- Patricia Alfonso Tortolani (email@example.com) joins as Beauty Director.
Newsweek (New York, NY) -- The magazine has named Jesse Wegman (firstname.lastname@example.org) as Senior Editor. He was previously Editor, New York Legal News at Thomson Reuters.
Parenting.com (New York, NY) -- Deputy Editor Sasha Emmons (email@example.com) is being promoted to Executive Editor. She will be responsible for content on Parenting.com including its articles, blogs and newsletters.
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USA Weekend (McLean, VA) -- Heather Frank (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Editor-in-Chief.
The Atlantic (Washington, DC) -- Former Managing Editor of Wall Street Journal Online Kevin Delaney (email@example.com) takes the reins as the Editor-in-Chief.
DC Magazine (Washington, DC) -- Sarah Crosland (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Senior Editor.
The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) -- Biotech Reporter Jonathan Starkey has left the Journal.
WTOP-FM (Washington, DC) -- On-air personality Mark Plotkin has left this station.
The Washington Examiner (Washington, DC) -- Former U.S. News & World Report Reporter Paul Bedard (email@example.com) joins the team as a Columnist.
The Hill (Washington, DC) -- Healthcare Reporter Julian Pecquet (firstname.lastname@example.org) has switched beats to cover Foreign Policy.
The Washington Times (Washington, DC) -- Editorial Page Columnist Tony Blankley passed away recently after a long battle with cancer.
WTPA-FM (Harrisburg, PA) -- Chris Tyler is now hosting the morning show at this state capital classic rock station.
WFMZ-TV (Allentown, PA) -- Former WRIC-TV (Richmond) Reporter Catherine Hawley (email@example.com) joins the team as a News Reporter. She is on Twitter too: https://twitter.com/CatherineH_WFMZ
WTXF-TV (Philadelphia, PA) -- Dennis Bianchi is the new General Manager. Dennis previously worked the same job at rival WCAU-TV in Philadelphia.
WRIE-AM (Erie, PA) -- Chico Bormann has left the microphone at this ESPN-affiliate to pursue other opportunities.
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ESPN (Bristol, CT) -- Jim Rome (firstname.lastname@example.org) steps down from his role as Host of the Jim Rome is Burning show. He is set to join the CBS Sports Network as Host for the newly created weekend show titled "Rome". The show is set to air some time in April. In addition, he is set to host a Showtime Networks Inc. program in Fall of 2012. For the time being, he will resume hosting his show, The Jim Rome Show.
ESPN Radio Network (Bristol, CT) -- Debuting on ESPN Radio is a new sports show called "Hill & Schlereth" which will be hosted by Former NFL player Mark Schlereth (email@example.com) and ESPN Analyst Mike Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org). The newly launched show will feature a variety of an interactive listener platform which will include emails, live chat rooms for listeners, texts and tweets from the show.
Solid State Technology (Nashua, NH) -- Debra Vogler has stepped down from her position as Senior Technical Editor and ElectroIQ. Formerly, she served as Contributing Writer for Link2Semi and Semiconductor Magazine.
WXRV-FM (Haverhill, MA.) -- Catie Wilbur steps down from her role as Program Director and Music Director at the local station WXRV-FM. Replacing her position is Mike Henry (email@example.com) who will take the role of Program Director.
WFXT-TV (Dedham, MA) -- After seven years of working with the station, Kim Carrigan has decided to step down from her post as Morning Anchor.
WTIC-TV (Hartford, CT) -- Joining the station is Jan Carabeo (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will take the role as General Assignment Reporter for the Fox-affiliated station. Previously, Carabeo served as General Assignment Reporter at WSYR-TV, an ABC-affiliate in Syracuse.
WBZ-AM (Boston, MA) -- Joe Mathieu (email@example.com) will now host the newly added one-hour morning talk show called “News Watch”. The show will air on late Thursday mornings.
WFXT-TV (Dedham, MA) -- The station welcomes aboard new hire Heather Hegedus (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will now serve as Weekend Evening Anchor. She will replace Shannon Mulaire, who has been promoted to Weekday Morning Anchor. Prior, Hegedus served as a Weekend Morning Anchor at the CBS-affiliate WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT.
WVIT-TV (Hartford,CT) -- Chris Coffey (email@example.com) is set to join the news team as a General Assignment Reporter. Previously, he worked at KEYE-TV as a Reporter in Austin, TX.
WCVB-TV (Needham. MA) -- Betsy Braun, a former VP of programming at NBC Universal Television Distribution, has been named Program Director at both WCVB-TV and WMUR-TV. You can contact Braun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WLNE-TV (Providence, RI) -- Irene Mahoney Page has resigned from her position as News Director just after four months of being with the station. The station now welcomes Bob Rockstroh (email@example.com) as News Director replacing Page. Prior, Rockstroh has been a News Director in Hartford and EP for FiOS, Verizon’s News in New York City.
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Cherokee Tribune (Canton, GA) -- Reporter Brandon Wilson was arrested after being charged earlier this January for soliciting a prostitute at a nearby Canton hotel. His employer, the Cherokee Tribune, has fired Wilson for misconduct of the alleged charges.
WTXL-TV (Midway,FL) -- Exiting the ABC affiliate is veteran News Director Bill Cummings who is leaving his role to take a new position at Yuma, AZ .
WSB-TV (Atlanta, GA) -- News Director Marian Pittman (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been promoted to Station Manager. She has served as News Director since 2006.
WPSD-TV (Paducah, KY) -- Stepping down from her role as Weekend Evening Anchor is Jennifer Horbelt. Horbelt, an award-winning journalist, has decided to take a position with KOAA-TV in Colorado where she will Co-Anchor the weekday morning news program.
WCJB-TV (Gainesville, FL) -- Duke Carter (email@example.com) joins the newscast as General Assignment Reporter. Prior, he has worked with WVLA-TV at Baton Rouge, LA as a Reporter.
WOFL-TV (Orlando, FL) -- Added to the news roster is Tiffany Teasley (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will join the FOX affiliate as a General Assignment Reporter. Previously, she served as a Reporter for WXIX-TV in Cincinnati. Teasley currently holds her Master’s from Medill School of Journalism.
WMC-TV (Memphis, TN) -- The NBC affiliate announced the promotion of Tammy Phillips (email@example.com), who takes a new role as News Director for the station. She has replaced Tracey Rogers, who took a position as General Manager at KAIT-TV in Jonesboro, AR. Phillips has worked with the station for over ten years and recently leaves her post as Assistant News Director.
WSOC-TV (Charlotte, NC) -- Set to join the morning newscast is Peter Daut (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will now serve as the Morning Anchor early this March. He will Co-Host the morning news segment with Allison Latos from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. Daut arrives from KDFW-TV in Dallas, TX.
WFTX-TV (Cape Coral, FL) -- The station announces Amy Wegmann’s decision to take an indefinite leave of absence while her husband, Trey Radel runs for Congress for Florida’s 14th Congressional District. Wegmann’s leave of absence allows the station to cover his campaign while avoiding potential conflicts. Radel was a former anchor at WINK-TV.
Naples Daily News (Naples, FL) -- The daily names Jeff C. Bruce (email@example.com) as its new Managing Editor. He will be responsible for overseeing the news and sports content. Prior, Bruce worked as an editor for Dayton Daily News.
WTVJ-TV (Miami, FL) -- Evening Anchor Kevin Corke exits this NBC affiliate. Corke has been with the station since October of 2009 . He has previously worked at ESPN.
South Florida Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) -- Scott Wyman steps down from his role as City Hall Reporter. Replacing his position is Brittany Wallman (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will serve as the County Government Senior Reporter covering the Broward County bureau.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI) -- Business and Automotive Editor Sarah Webster has left the daily publication. Automotive Editor Greg Gardner (email@example.com) and Business Editor Christopher Kirkpatrick (firstname.lastname@example.org) will replace Webster. Gardner previously served as an Automotive Reporter for the outlet. You may follow the Detroit Free Press on Twitter at @ https://twitter.com/freep.
WFLD-TV (Chicago, IL) -- Phyllis Schwartz has been named Vice President and News Director for the FOX affiliate. Schwartz most recently served as Executive Vice President of News, Promotion, and Original Content for the NBC Television Group. She replaces Carol Fowler, who left last year. Christopher Myers (email@example.com) has joined the station as Assistant News Director. Myers most recently served as a consultant and before that, an Executive Producer at WMAQ-TV (NBC) and WLS-TV (ABC). You may follow WFLD-TV on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/foxchicago .
Chicagoist (Chicago, IL) -- Samantha Abernethy (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named Co-Editor of the publication. She most recently worked as the Weekend Editor for the site. You may follow the Chicagoist on Twitter at @https://twitter.com/Chicagoist and Abernethy at: https://twitter.com/samabernethy.
WADL-TV (Detroit, MI) -- Matt Uhl has been named Vice President and General Manager at this independent station. WADL-TV will launch a 9:00 p.m. newscast, the first local newscast on the independent station; will be produced in partnership with Journal Register Newspapers (providing reporting from videographers at the Daily Tribune, Oakland Press, Macomb Daily, and the Mount Pleasant Morning Sun).
WJW-TV (Cleveland, OH) -- Kristi Capel will be joining Anchors Wayne Dawson and Stefani Schaefer. Capel and Dawson will anchor the early morning newscasts at 4:00 a.m. and later at 7:00 a.m., the duo will welcome Schaefer. You may follow WJW on Twitter at http://twitter.com/@fox8news. Jennifer Jordan (@https://twitter.com/iamjenniferj) has joined the FOX affiliate as a Reporter. Jordan previously served as a Freelance Reporter for WPIX-TV in New York You may follow WJW-TV on Twitter at https://twitter.com/fox8news.
WMAQ-TV (Chicago, IL) -- Daniella Guzmán will join this NBC station as Anchor for NBC 5 News Today. Guzmán currently serves as Weekend Anchor and General Assignment Reporter for KPRC-TV in Houston. As part of the new commitment to investigative reporting, Producer Lisa Capitanini joins the station. Capitanini recently spent 13 years as a Senior Investigative Producer for WBBM-TV (CBS) in Chicago. She also wrote and reported for The Chicago Reporter, which has a non-profit partnership with WMAQ. Lauren Petty is also joining the station as a General Assignment Reporter. Petty comes from WVIT-TV, the NBC O&O in Hartford, where she anchors the weekend evening newscasts and serves as a Reporter during the week. General Assignment Reporter Alex Perez is leaving the station for other network opportunities. You may follow WMAQ-TV on Twitter at @ https://twitter.com/nbcchicago and Guzmán is available at: https://twitter.com/DaniellaGuzman.
WBBM-TV (Chicago, IL) -- General Assignment Reporter Kristyn Hartman is leaving the CBS-owned station in April.
Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL) -- Peter Frost (email@example.com) has joined the daily as a Reporter. He will cover the business of healthcare. Frost most recently served as a Reporter for the Daily Press in Newport News, Virginia, where he covered business and the maritime industry. You may follow the Chicago Tribune on Twitter at @ https://twitter.com/chicagotribune and Frost at: https://twitter.com/peterfrost.
Crain's Detroit Business (Detroit, MI) -- Deputy Managing Editor Jennette Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) (https://twitter.com/jennette_smith) was promoted to Managing Editor for the business publication (@ https://twitter.com/crainsdetroit). In addition, Senior Reporter Daniel Duggan (email@example.com) (@https://twitter.com/d_duggan) has been promoted to Deputy Managing Editor.
Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI) -- Business Editor Chris Knape has left the paper. No replacement has been named. You may follow the Grand Rapids Press on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/GRPress.
Crain's Chicago Business (Chicago, IL) -- Aris Georgiadis (firstname.lastname@example.org) has joined the website team of the business trade publication as Assistant Managing Editor, Digital. Georgiadis most recently served as an Assistant Managing Editor for Advertising Age. You may follow Crain’s Chicago Business on Twitter at @ https://twitter.com/crainschicago and Georgiadis at: https://twitter.com/arisgeorgiadis.
Ars Technica (Chicago, IL) -- Kyle Orland (email@example.com) has been named Gaming Editor at the outlet. Orland most recently was a Blogger at Games.com - The Blog!. He replaces Ben Kuchera. Dan Goodin will also join the outlet as IT Security Editor. He previously served as the Security Editor for The Register - San Francisco Bureau. You may follow Orland on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/KyleOrl. You may follow Ars Technica on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/asrstechnica or visit http://arstechnica.com for additional information.
Sugar Gamers (Chicago, IL) -- A new blog launched that covers gaming and “geek” culture exclusively reaching out to the female audience. The blog also features coverage of trade conventions and expos in Chicago. Keisha Howard (https://twitter.com/sugargamer) is the Founder and Editor. You may follow Sugar Gamers on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/sugargamers or visit http://sugargamers.tumblr.com for additional information.
Columbus Dispatch (Columbus, OH) -- Business of Healthcare Reporter Suzanne Hoholik has left the daily. No replacement has been named. You may follow the Columbus Dispatch on Twitter at @ https://twitter.com/DispatchAlerts.
RadioGraphics (Chicago, IL) -- Jeffrey Klein joined the trade publication as Editor. He replaced William Olstedt. Klein previously served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Thoracic Imaging.
WISH-TV (Indianapolis, IN) -- News Director Mark Glover joins as an Executive Producer at the CBS affiliate. Glover comes from WEHT-TV in Evansville, Indiana.
The Huron Daily Tribune (Huron County, MI) -- Dave Shane (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named Editor of the daily paper. Shane most recently served as Sports Editor and Copy Desk Supervisor at the Bay City Times in Michigan.
WLWT-TV (Cincinnati, OH) -- Katie Cleavey (email@example.com) has joined the NBC affiliate as its first Reporter specializing in online and social media trends. She will manage the station’s social media platforms as well as report on social media and online trends for “Good Morning Cincinnati.” Cleavey most recently served as the Calendar Editor for Metromix, the entertainment guide of The Cincinnati Enquirer and its website, Cincinnati.com. You may follow her on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/KatieCleavey.
The Ann (Ann Arbor, MI) -- In an effort to increase the magazine’s editorial range, the publication has appointed Taryn Scalise as Fashion Editor. You may reach the publication at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.theannweb.com for additional information.
WSAW-TV (Wausau, WI) -- Kristen Guilfoos moves to the CBS affiliate where she will be the weekday Morning Anchor. Guilfoos most recently served at the CBS affiliate in Amarillo where she was Weekend Anchor.
WICS-TV/WICD-TV (Springfield/Champaign, IL) -- Katie McManus-Faye joins as Executive News Director for the Sinclair-owned duopoly. McManus-Faye is currently News Director for WTVY-TV in Dothan, Alabama. She replaces Deana Reece who left in September.
WKYC-TV (Cleveland, OH) -- Erin Kennedy (email@example.com) joins the NBC affiliate as the new Morning Anchor. Kennedy has spent the last five years at WPRI-TV/WNAC-TV in Providence, most recently anchoring the weeknight newscasts. Chris Tye (firstname.lastname@example.org) will replace Morning Anchor Mark Nolan, who decided to leave the station. Sports Anchor Jim Donovan (email@example.com) will assume additional duties as News Anchor of the 7:00 p.m. newscast, replacing Tye. Donovan will continue to do sports on the 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. newscasts, which will be anchored by Russ Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
WMSN-TV (Madison, WI) -- Michelle Carolla has been named Primary Anchor for the station. Carolla recently anchored the news at WFXB-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
WOIO-TV (Cleveland, OH) -- Romona Robinson has landed another news anchoring position with a Cleveland station. Robinson has joined this CBS affiliate, anchoring the station’s afternoon and evening newscasts. Robinson parted ways with the NBC affiliate station WKYC-TV at the end of last year after failed negotiations to extend her contract. A day after announcing that Romona Robinson had been hired for afternoon and evening anchor duties, WOIO-TV confirmed the departure of two Anchor-Reporters, Sharon Reed and Lynna Lai.
WJBK-TV (Detroit, MI) -- Alan Longstreet joins the Fox O&O as a Weekend Meteorologist. You may contact Alan at: email@example.com.
WKEF-TV (Dayton, OH) -- Christopher Heath has been named afternoon and evening Anchor at the ABC station. Heath comes from KENS-TV in San Antonio where he served as Weekend Anchor/Reporter.
WCPO-TV (Cincinnati, OH) -- Traffic Reporter Denise Johnson has been let go at the ABC-affiliate. Johnson is officially employed by a company called Metro Traffic Networks, but has been reporting exclusively for WCPO-TV.
WRTV-TV (Indianapolis, IN)-- The ABC-affiliate has promoted Freelance Reporter Jenna Kooi (previously known as Jenna Maloney) to Anchor the 7:00 and 11:00 p.m. newscasts alongside Todd Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Erika Flye (email@example.com), who currently anchors the 5:00 p.m. newscast with Connor, will extend her duties to include the 6:00 p.m. newscast.
WILX-TV (Lansing, MI) – This NBC-affiliate is going to switch up newscasts assignments. Previously, the morning and evening newscasts were anchored solo with Lauren Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the morning, David Andrews at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m., and Jason Colthorp at 11:00 p.m. With the change, Colthorp (email@example.com) and Evans will be paired to anchor the 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00 p.m. newscasts, and Andrews (firstname.lastname@example.org) will take over the morning newscasts.
WGN-TV (Chicago, IL) --Trial Reporter Muriel Clair is leaving the Tribune-owned station. Clair will continue special projects on a freelance basis, including the “Teacher of the Month” feature.
WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids, MI) -- Reporter Anne Schieber is leaving the NBC-affiliate to join the Mackinac Center for Public Policy as a Senior Investigative Analyst.
Time Out Chicago (Chicago, IL) -- John Dugan is leaving his post as Senior Web Editor and Nightlife Editor.
WLS-AM (Chicago, IL) -- Brothers and Reporters Dan and Anthony Ponce join the talk station with a news show, “Dan & Anthony Ponce,” set to air Sundays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. The brothers are no stranger to the Chicago broadcast industry. Dan previously worked at WLS-TV and currently works as a General Assignment Reporter for WGN-TV, a position he will continue when the radio show launches. Anthony has worked at WMAQ-TV. The two are sons of Chicago broadcaster Phil Ponce, the current host of “Chicago Tonight” on WTTW-TV.
Connected Planet (Chicago, IL) -- This telephony magazine closed up shop at the end of December.
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The Denver Post (Denver, CO) -- Linda Shapley (https://twitter.com/Lin_Shapley) joins as Director of Newsroom Operations. She replaces Managing Editor Jeanette Chavez. Greg Giffin (email@example.com), is the new Deputy Business Editor. He replaces Kristi Arellano (firstname.lastname@example.org), who was promoted to Business Editor.
Women’s Adventure Magazine (Boulder, CO) -– Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Heaten has left.
KOA-AM (Denver, CO) -- Dave Krieger is the new Host for the station’s afternoon talk show, “The Ride Home". He arrives from The Denver Post, where he acted as Sports Columnist. Tweet Krieger at https://twitter.com/DaveKrieger
KUSA-TV (Denver, CO) -- Meteorologist Ashton Altieri leaves to join KXTV-TV in Sacramento, CA, as Weekday Meteorologist.
KCNC-TV (Denver, CO) -- Reporter Paul Day retires following 40 years in the business. Northern Newsroom Reporter Mike Hooker has left the station.
KMGH-TV (Denver, CO) -- Sports Reporter and Anchor Arran Andersen (Arran@TheDenverChannel.com) joins after a stint as Host at KVVU-TV, in Las Vegas.
KOAA-TV (Colorado Springs, CO) -- Co-Anchor Jennifer Horbelt (https://twitter.com/jenniferhorbelt) comes aboard; arriving from WPSD-TV, in Paducah, Kentucky, where she was Anchor.
Better Homes and Gardens (Des Moines, IA) -- Oma Blaise Ford (email@example.com) was named Executive Editor. She replaces Kitty Morgan, who left, following ten years of service.
KWCH-TV (Wichita, KS) -- We regret to inform that Anchor Kim Setty has lost her six-year battle with cancer.
KSNW-TV (Wichita, KS) -- News Director Jason Kravarik leaves to join KOIN-TV, in Portland, OR. He will cover as Assistant News Director.
Minnpost.com (Minneapolis, MN) -- Business & Political Contributing Writer Liz Fedor (firstname.lastname@example.org) arrives from the Minneapolis Star Tribune, where she served as Reporter. Contributing Writer Beth Hawkins (email@example.com) was promoted to Staff Writer, focusing on the Learning Curve blog (http://www.minnpost.com/learningcurve/).
Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN) -- Reporter Kara McGuire has left this daily, where she covered the stock market and personal finance.
KTVI-TV (St. Louis, MO) -- Reporter/Anchor Teresa Woodard is leaving this Fox affiliate. She is moving to Dallas, as a WFAA-TV Reporter.
KRCG-TV (Jefferson City, MO) -- John Shelby is hired as News Director at this CBS affiliate.
KMTV-TV (Omaha, NE) -- News Director Al Carl left this CBS affiliate. Reporter Fatima Rahmutullah (https://twitter.com/rfatima) is hired. Previously, she worked as a WRCB-TV Reporter, based in Chattanooga, TN.
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Austin Business Journal (Austin, TX) -- Heather Ladage (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the new Publisher. She takes over for Lyn Chasteen who has retired.
Austin American-Statesman (Austin, TX) -- John Bridges (email@example.com) has been promoted to Managing Editor at the paper. Previously he was a Senior Editor.
San Antonio Express-News (San Antonio, TX) -- Deputy Metro Editor Nora Lopez (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been promoted to Metro Editor. She is taking over for Jamie Stockwell who is stepping down (email@example.com) to assume role of Managing Editor. Lopez can be found on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/nlopez10.
Health (Birmingham, AL) -- Senior Lifestyles Editor Cristina Tudino has left her position with the magazine.
Progressive Farmer (Birmingham, AL) -- Pam Henderson-Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named Crops Technology Editor for the publication.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock, AR) -- Business Reporter Toby Manthey has left the paper.
The Standard-Times (San Angelo, TX) -- Paul Harris (email@example.com) has been named the new Sports Editor for the paper. Previously he was a Sports Writer there.
KHOU-TV (Houston, TX) -- Lily Jang (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been named Anchor at the station. She comes from KCPQ-TV in Seattle, WA. Jang is on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/lilyjang
KVIA-TV (El Paso, TX) -- Anchor/Reporter Celina Avila has left the station.
WVLA-TV (Baton Rouge, LA) -- Reporter Duke Carter has left the station for WCJB-TV in Gainesville, FL.
KYTX-TV (Tyler, TX) -- Anthony Austin (email@example.com) has been promoted to Co-Anchor of the 5:00 p.m. newscast. He had been a Reporter there.
KFOX-TV (El Paso, TX) -- News Reporter Jacob Rascon has left the station for KNBC-TV in Los Angeles.
WTVY-TV (Dothan, AL) -- News Director Katie McManus Faye is leaving after seven years at the station. She is moving to WICS-TV/WICD-TV in Springfield, IL.
KWES-TV (Midland, TX) -- Former Anchor David Marino (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been promoted to News Director.
KTRK-TV (Houston, TX) -- Veteran Sports Director Bob Allen is leaving the station but says he is not retiring. Allen has been with the station since 1974.
KTBS-TV (Shreveport, LA) -- Anchor/Reporter Jody Lowery is coming back to the station. She has been working in Florida for the last three years.
WFAA-TV (Dallas, TX) -- Teresa Woodard (email@example.com) is joining the station as a Reporter. She comes from KTVI-TV in St. Louis.
KRIV-TV (Houston, TX) -- Assistant News Director Carolyn Mungo has left the station.
WWL-TV (New Orleans, LA) -- Veteran Sports Director Jim Henderson is retiring. He has been with the station since 1982.
KPRC-TV (Houston, TX) -- Daniella Guzman is leaving the station in March for a position in Chicago. She has been hired at WMAQ-TV as Morning Co-Anchor.
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Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA) -- Former Voice of San Diego Reporter Emily Alpert has joined the LA Times as a contributor to the WorldNow blog. Follow Emily on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/emilyschoolsyou
KPCC-FM (Pasadena, CA) -- This non-profit news organization has hired former LA Times Editor Russ Stanton as Vice President of Content. Follow KPCC on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KPCC.
KNSD-TV (San Diego, CA) -- Christine Haas is joining this NBC affiliate as an evening Anchor. Christine was previously with KHOU-TV in Houston, TX.
Deadline.com (Internet) -- Brian Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org) is joining this entertainment site as a Film Editor. Brooks was previously Managing Editor of indieWIRE.
TheWrap (Internet) -- Lisa Fung has accepted the newly created position of Executive Editor of TheWrap. Fung was previously the Arts & Entertainment Online Editor for the online edition of the Los Angeles Times. Follow Lisa on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/lfung.
KCBS-TV/KCAL 9 (Studio City, CA) -- This duopoly has launched a new weekend morning news show with Kaj Goldberg and Serene Branson as Anchors. This will add an additional 6 hours of local TV news.
KABC 790 AM (Los Angeles, CA) -- Geraldo Rivera (email@example.com) will host a local show after his nationally syndicated show on KABC from 10:00 a.m. - Noon (PST). Geraldo will be based in New York.
KSWT-TV (Tucson, AZ) -- This CBS affiliate welcomes Bill Cummings as its News Director. Bill was previously ND for WTXL-TV in Tallahassee, FL. Contact Bill via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
KSL-TV (Salt Lake City, UT) -- News Anchor Bruce Lindsay is set to retire from KSL later this year.
NBC4 Southern California (Burbank, CA) -- Jacob Rascon has joined this NBC affiliate as a Reporter at the Inland Empire Bureau. Rascon was previously with KFOX-TV in El Paso, TX.
KTTV-TV (Los Angeles, CA) -- Attorney Robin Sax has joined this Fox affiliate as a Legal Analyst for the station. Follow Robin on Twitter at http://twitter.com/robinsax.
Hollywood.com (Internet) -- Michelle Lee is joining Hollywood.com as Editorial Director. Lee was previously Editor-in-Chief for In Touch Weekly. Contact the site at email@example.com.
Pacific Northwest Region
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The Oregonian (Portland, OR) -- Jeffrey Martin will be joining as the University of Oregon Ducks reporter. Martin was previously a Sports Reporter for the Houston Chronicle.
The Seattle Times (Seattle, WA) -- Jon Fisch, Assistant Sports Editor, Barry Fitzsimmons, Director of Photography, and Kevin Fujii, A1 and Sports Photo Editor were part of the layoffs announced last month by the Times.
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA) -- Four longtime Valley Bureau employees retired in January. They are Voices Editor Jeff Jordan (39 years), Sports Writer Dave Trimmer (24 years), Sports Writer Steve Bergum (32 years) and Photographer J. Bart Rayniak (33 years).
The Herald (Everett, WA) -- Business Editor Mike Benbow has left the publication. He had been in this position since 1995. Previously Benbow served with The Herald as City Editor, Political Writer and Police Reporter.
Thomson Reuters - San Francisco Bureau (San Francisco, CA) -- Joseph Menn (firstname.lastname@example.org) has joined as an Investigative Reporter covering technology. He was previously with the Financial Times - San Francisco Bureau.
KGO-AM (San Francisco, CA) -- News Director Kevin Keeshan has left after 11 years to be Ombudsman in the standards and practices department for the 10 NBC owned-and-operated stations.
KOSF-FM (San Francisco, CA) -- Don Bleu is the new Host for the morning drive timeslot. Bleu is will be heard from 6:00 to 10:00 a.m. each weekday. He was formerly with KIOI-FM.
KOMO-TV (Seattle, WA) -- Jamie Lynn Drohan has joined KOMO-TV in Seattle as an Anchor and Reporter. She was previously with WATE-TV in Knoxville, TN.
Oregon Quarterly (Eugene, OR) -- Ann Wiens has been named Editor/Publisher of the publication. She had been in marketing and public affairs with The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
KVAL-TV (Eugene, OR) -- Chris Wright joins the team as a Weekday Morning Anchor. Previously, Wright worked as a Reporter for Louisville’s WDRB-TV
Latin America Region
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Portal iG (Internet) -- Guilherme Barros left this online news website and accept the position of Columnist at IstoÉ Dinheiro. He may be contacted at email@example.com and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/gbarros2.
Veja (São Paulo, SP, Brazil) -- This publication selected four of its journalists to replace Editor-in-Chief Mario Sabino, who left in November. In São Paulo, they are: Thais Oyama (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Fábio Altman (email@example.com); in Brasília, Policarpo Júnior (firstname.lastname@example.org) and in Rio de Janeiro, Lauro Jardim (email@example.com). They will work together with Editorial Director Eurípedes Alcântara (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rede Record de Televisão (São Paulo, SP, Brazil) -- André Basbaum has left to replace Márcia Dal Prete as Editor-in-Chief at Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão (SBT). He may be contacted at email@example.com. Network Coordinator Dayanne Albuquerque passed away recently after the bus she was riding was involved in an accident. She was 27-years-old. We wish a speed recovery to her co-workers and friends Brunna Soares, Juliana Gutierre and Rivka Lopes who were in the same bus accident and suffered injuries.
Agência FAPESP (São Paulo, SP, Brazil) -- After leaving O Estado de S. Paulo em dezembro, Karina Toledo accepted the position of Reporter at Agência FAPESP. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or 11-3838-4176.
O Estado de S. Paulo (São Paulo, SP, Brazil) -- Condolences to the family and friends of Journalist and Author Daniel Piza who died of a stroke. He was just 41.
Joyce Pascowitch (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) -- Forty three year veteran Reporter and Columnist Fred Suter recently passed away from Alzheimer’s. Fred’s last work was at Joyce Pascowitch magazine. He was 64.
Hoje em Dia (Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil) -- Sidney da Silva Costa has left. Replacing him as President Director is Fabiano Freitas. João de Castro has left Hoje em Dia Online. For more information contact at: email@example.com. You may follow the newspaper on Twitter http://twitter.com/portal_hd and Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jornal-Hoje-em-Dia-Portal-HD/187505974628777.
TV Record Minas (Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil) -- Editor-in-Chief Felipe Jávare, Host/Reporter Kátia Pereira and Network Producer Carla Detoni left. Replacing Ms. Detoni is Fábio Leão.
O Tempo Online (Contagem, MG, Brazil) -- João de Castro has accepted the position of Editor replacing Luiz Fernando Rocha who is the new Editor-in-Chief at BandNews FM. Mr. Rocha may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the paper’s website at http://www.otempo.com.br, Twitter http://twitter.com/otempoonline, Facebook http://www.facebook.com/otempoonline and YouTube http://www.youtube.com/otempoonline. For questions email email@example.com.