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He brought an all-embracing enthusiasm to about 4,000 articles for The New York Times on modern dance, tap, ballet and practically every other genre. more
Yaniv Zohar, a former Associated Press videojournalist and beloved colleague who covered conflicts and major news in his native country for three decades, was killed in his home during Hamas’ bloody cross-border rampage on Oct. 7 along with his wife and two daughters. He was 54. more
An Israeli artillery strike hits a group of reporters from several outlets who were clearly marked as press. more
A Reuters news videographer has been killed while working in southern Lebanon, Reuters said in a statement on Friday. more
Dolores Sanchez, a longtime community leader who was the publisher of a chain of bilingual newspapers that provided a critical voice for residents in the predominantly Latino communities on Los Angeles’ Eastside and neighboring cities, has died. She was 87. more
A psychologist, he started the alternative weekly with Dan Wolf and Norman Mailer in 1955. “We were crazy enough to think it would succeed,” he said. more
Foxboro’s Jack Authelet, whose passion for local history and civic boosterism was exceeded only by his commitment to community journalism, died Sept. 18 at Life Care Center in Attleboro, eight days shy of his 91st birthday. more
Braxton “B.I.” Moody III, a longtime business and community leader in Crowley, Acadia Parish and Acadiana — and the namesake of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s college of business — died Sept. 13 at the age of 97. more
The Tampa Bay Times’ longtime Tallahassee bureau chief investigated corruption in Tampa Bay and beyond. more
Lisa Walsh was a pillar in the Sarasota-Manatee community; a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and daughter; and the backbone of one of the most successful media companies in Florida. more
A historian as well, Peter C. Newman challenged, with a muckraker’s spirit, the political and corporate establishment of a country he adopted after fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe. more
Known as Dr. Max (he was not a medical doctor. but had a Ph.D. in neuroscience), he reported on health and science with an easygoing gravitas. more
Don Browne, the former president of the Telemundo Communications Group who led the broadcaster’s big push into original content, died Aug. 30 at his home in Miami Beach. He was 80. more
A beautiful tribute to Jim Currow, CEO of Currow Weeks & Associates, was posted this morning by his friend and business partner, Everton Weeks, on LinkedIn.  more
G. Ogden Nutting, who for nearly three decades served as president and publisher of Wheeling, W.Va.-based Ogden Newspapers Inc., died Friday, August 25, at age 87. more
Walter Moore Dear II, a dedicated newspaperman who loved music, books, travel, philanthropy, dogs and cats — and, most of all, people — died at the age of 91 of a stroke and dementia. more
Sally Hampton McMullin passed away peacefully in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Aug. 17, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Norman McMullin, a past president of the Inland Press Association. more
The board and staff of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) mourn the death of longtime President David Anable, who expertly led the organization through a period of profound media transition from 1997 to 2004.  more
In his long career at The New Yorker, he specialized in writing about asbestos and other threats to people’s health, including chlorofluorocarbons. more
She collapsed a day after the police raided her home and the offices of The Marion County Record, a weekly paper in Kansas. more
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