Texas Tribune Names Mark Milller As Editor

By Alex Alvarez Comment

Non-profit media organization The Texas Tribune today announced Mark Miller as its editor beginning this December. In this newly created position, Miller will oversee the Tribune’s day-to-day editorial operations.

Miller has previously served as the editorial director of Newsweek and editor of Newsweek Digital. He had been with the Newsweek brand since 1985, when he started as a summer intern in its Washington bureau. He has also worked as an assistant managing editor at the Dallas Morning News and enjoyed a stint at ABC News.

During his years at Newsweek, Miller has worked as a Washington correspondent; reported on the weekly’s culture, lifestyle and society sections; has acted as its National Correspondent; served as the magazine’s Los Angeles Bureau Chief, West Coast Editor, senior editor for News Development and chief of correspondents; and worked as a political correspondent covering the 1992 presidential campaign.

He is the recipient of  several awards, including the National Magazine Award.