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Joe Strupp

USA Today Names Publisher, Top Editor

David Hunke, chief executive officer of the Detroit Media Partnership and publisher of the Detroit Free Press, was named president and publisher of USA Today, Gannett announced Tuesday.Hunke succeeds Craig…

Pulitzer Winners Announced: NYT Leads Pack

The 2009 Pulitzer Prizes were announced today at 3 p.m. at Columbia University. The 92nd annual awards, which for the first time allowed entries from online-only news sites, include the…

Parade Names Jack Haire CEO

Jack Haire, a former publisher of Time magazine and a 28-year Time Warner employee, has been named CEO of Parade Publications, succeeding retiring CEO Walter Anderson, according to an announcement…

Marriott Drops Free Newspaper Delivery for Guests

Marriott International, claiming guest demand for newspapers had dropped about 25% at its 2,500 U.S. hotels, announced today it will become the first major hotel company to stop automatic newspaper…

Life After Print: Seattle P-I Web Traffic Up and Down

In the three weeks since the Seattle Post-Intelligencer dropped its print edition and went to a Web-only format, the news outlet has seen a small rise in page views, but…

Belo Makes Cuts

A.H. Belo Corp., owner of The Dallas Morning News and three other daily newspapers, plans to cut employee salaries by as much as 15 percent next month, the Morning News…

Trib Combines Newsgathering With TV Stations in Hartford, Conn.

Tribune Company will relocate the operations of its two Hartford, Conn., television stations into the building occupied by The Hartford Courant to form a new combined news-gathering entity, the company…

Keller: NYT Furloughs Won't Hurt Reporting

Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times, says the paper's 5% pay cut and plans for 10 furlough days for all employees will not result in decreased news…

WaPo Again Offering Buyouts

Nearly a year after losing 100 newsroom staffers to buyouts, The Washington Post is reportedly at it again, offering a buyout package that is apparently more limited in its pool…

NYT to Cut All Salaries by 5%

The New York Times Co. is planning to cut all salaries across the board (including other papers in its group) by 5 percent, starting next month, under a plan that…

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