John Adams and Carla Minet join INN board of directors

After what was likely the most contested election for member representative seats on the INN Board of Directors, two candidates broke through the pool of 17 to win three-year terms on the board.

Matthew Brown named race and politics reporter with AP

Matthew Brown has been hired as the new race and politics reporter, joining AP’s growing national Race and Ethnicity team.

The New York Times: New deputies for Standards

Aisha Khan and Mike Abrams take on new roles.

Southeast Missourian announces management changes

Assistant publisher Lucas Presson has added general manager responsibilities and will be responsible for the newspaper's day-to-day operations as well as the company's Cape Girardeau commercial printing operation.

Wayne Snow steps into top role at Summerville Communications

Wayne Snow may be new to his position as publisher and advertising director at Summerville Communications Inc., but his experience and record of success span decades.

APG-ENC hires Ron Prince as regional ad director

His experience in developing and managing effective advertising campaigns is extensive and includes a deep knowledge of SEM, video, OTT/CTV, social media, streaming audio, targeted display, targeted email, direct mail and print.

Mark Russell named as Gannett region editor for the South

Gannett has named Mark Russell as vice president and region editor for the South. 

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John Derr is leaving the Chestnut Hill Local (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) after serving as its publisher for the past five years. 
AIM Media Indiana, LLC has announced the appointment of Christina “Chris” Cosner as regional advertising director with responsibility for all AIM Media properties in Indiana.
Susan Wessling becomes The New York Times' new Standards editor, and Phil Corbett will remain part of the team as a senior editor.
The Hill today announced that Steve Krakauer will join the platform as an opinion contributor. Additionally, he will serve as an on-air contributor for Nexstar’s cable news network NewsNation. In these new roles, Krakauer will offer commentary on the intersection between media and politics.
Netflix announced Thursday that its founder Reed Hastings is stepping down as co-CEO at the company and will serve as executive chairman. Hastings will be replaced by co-CEOs Ted Sarandos and Greg Peters.
Anjali Singhvi has been promoted to senior staff editor for spatial investigations.
Noreen Malone, enterprise editor on Style, has joined Business.
Rebecca Plevin was most recently at the Fresno Bee, editing stories about the region’s Latino communities. In her new role, Plevin will explore the challenges facing low-income communities and efforts being made to address the economic divide in California.
Haman Mana will serve as a journalist in residence during his time at Medill.
The Wall Street Journal has tapped Dana Cimilluca to serve as Wall Street bureau chief. He is responsible for the Journal’s coverage of banks, investment firms and deals.
In her new role, Christi Carras will cover Hollywood labor, production, court cases and other general assignment entertainment industry news for the section.
Camila DeChalus joins CNN Worldwide as a White House reporter based in Washington, D.C.
CNN has announced that Paula Reid has been named chief legal affairs correspondent for the network, based in Washington, D.C.
Chris Johnston is joining The Athletic as a senior hockey writer.
Bora Erden is joining the department as an editor focused on new technologies.
The Times and Sunday Times become the latest U.K. titles to join the "digital landgrab" for U.S. audiences.
Mary Kunasch, Waushara (Wisconsin) Argus/Resorter publisher, started at the Argus in September of 1967 and retired from the Argus on Sept. 29.
Globe Publisher Sue Mizell has retired, ending 34 years in the newspaper industry. She's stepping down after 11 years with the newspaper in Ironwood, Michigan.
Tom Skilling, who has defined the gold standard of being a TV meteorologist and has been forecasting the weather on WGN-TV for the past 45 years, announced on WGN Evening News that he will retire on Feb. 28, 2024.