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Escobar promoted to Editor and VP of Philadelphia Media Network

Escobar promoted to Editor and VP of Philadelphia Media Network

Gabriel “Gabe” Escobar today was named Editor and Vice President of Philadelphia Media Network, effective immediately. The promotion puts him in charge of the entire news department for the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com, playing a leading role in the newsroom’s strategic planning. He’ll report directly to Executive Editor and SVP Stan Wischnowski. He was […]

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Cruz hired as Web Producer for KSL-TV

Cruz hired as Web Producer for KSL-TV

Yvette Cruz has been hired as a Web Producer for KSL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah. She’ll be working with TV, radio and print teams in the newsroom to create original online content. Cruz had been an assignment desk editor at Univision Chicago since 2014. She has also worked as a freelance reporter […]

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Valdez starts as Web Editor for Wired

Valdez starts as Web Editor for Wired

Andrea Valdez has started a new job at Wired.com. Her first day as Editor of the magazine’s website is today. She’s based out of Wired’s San Francisco office. Valdez arrives to California from Texas Monthly where she worked over 10 years, most recently as Editor of texasmonthly.com. She first joined Texas Monthly as a fact […]

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Gary Piña leaves The Dallas Morning News for TheBlaze

Gary Piña leaves The Dallas Morning News for TheBlaze

Longtime editor and page designer Gary Piña has left The Dallas Morning News to join conservative online news platform TheBlaze.com as a copy editor. Today is his first day in the new job. Piña had been at the Morning News almost three years, exiting the company as a Metro Print Team Designer. “The Dallas Morning News […]

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AP Bureau Chief Anthony Marquez dies at 55

AP Bureau Chief Anthony Marquez dies at 55

Anthony Marquez, Los Angeles bureau chief for the Associated Press for the past 13 years, has died. He was 55. He succumbed to cancer last Thursday, February 9. An AP story about his passing describes him as compassionate, with a great passion for news and very highly regarded in the industry: “Unfailingly courteous and with […]

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La Opinión lays off more staff

La Opinión lays off more staff

Los Angeles Spanish-language daily La Opinión continues to shrink. The paper’s management has executed another round of lay-offs that affected at least 7 people. Confirmed casualties from editorial include sports reporter and editor Abraham Nudelstejer and a page designer. Longtime employee José Cuchilla, who had worked for La Opinión for over 25 years is also […]

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Quartz launches Spanish-language newsletter "La Agenda"

Quartz launches Spanish-language newsletter “La Agenda”

Global news publication Quartz has launched a Spanish-language newsletter. “La Agenda,” Quartz’s first publication in Spanish, will include original coverage as well as translated content from Quartz’s English-language “Daily Brief” newsletter. Quartz has hired a freelance writer and editor to produce the Spanish-language newsletter. According to a Nieman Lab story, Quartz has no specific plans to expand […]

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Castellanos joins Wall Street Journal

Castellanos joins Wall Street Journal

Sara Castellanos starts a new job today as an emerging technologies reporter for The Wall Street Journal, based in New York. She’ll be reporting for the WSJ’s CIO Journal, which covers news and analysis on information and technology trends geared to Chief Information Officers of companies. She previously worked at the Boston Business Journal for […]

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