San Diego Union-Tribune Editor To Retire

Karin Winner announced her plans today to retire at the end of the year from her post as Union-Tribune editor. Publisher Ed Moss said he would immediately begin a search for Winner’s replacement. From the SDUT:

Winner began her career in 1976 as a reporter at The San Diego Union, rising through the management ranks and assuming the role of executive editor of the newly merged San Diego Union-Tribune in 1992 (the merger of The San Diego Union and Evening Tribune). Three years later, she took on the lead role of editor of the county’s largest daily newspaper.

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Previously on FBLA:

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  • San Diego Union-Tribune Axed 112 Employees In The Latest Round Of Cuts
  • 192 Jobs Cut At San Diego Union-Tribune
  • SD Union-Tribune Bought by Investment Firm with Tom Jones Look-a-Like CEO