The Associated Press has appointed Tom Januszewski to head the news agency’s business development initiatives globally. He will be responsible for driving revenue growth, building out content and service lines, introducing new revenue channels and leading a team focused on new markets.
Cox Enterprises has announced that Scott LeTourneau has been named vice president of corporate development. LeTourneau will be responsible for the company’s long-term growth strategy to diversify its core businesses, while also serving as an adviser to existing portfolio companies.
In a memo this week to staff, Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Sally Buzbee announced several changes to The Associated Press senior leadership team in News, aimed at keeping AP's news report strong, mission driven and sharp, and aligning more closely with products and technology to drive AP’s overall success.
After three years as news editor for the Jasper County weeklies, Jamee A. Pierson has been named editor of the Newton Daily News in Iowa. The announcement was made following the departure of former editor Pam Pratt.
Veteran newsroom leader and Auburn University alumna Paige Windsor has been named executive editor of the Montgomery Advertiser, as well as the Alabama state editor for parent company Gannett, a job that includes oversight of the Gadsden Times and the Tuscaloosa News.
Tricia Johnston has been promoted to West Virginia publisher of the Times West Virginian in Fairmont, The Register-Herald in Beckley and the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.
Gary Tyler, who recently was named publisher of the Richmond (Kentucky) Register, has served as the paper’s general manager/advertising director since August of 2019. He will continue his advertising position in addition to his new responsibilities.
Bloomington resident Jill Bond has been named news director for The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Indiana. She starts her new job as the H-T’s top editor on Monday, April 26.