Anyone at the HNT or formerly from have anything to say?

Anyone at the HNT or formerly from have anything to say?

Unread postby KrayolaKat » Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:48 pm

Come on folks! You must have something to say! Gripes, annoyances? Good News? (it's possible!) The HNT is having a informal reunion on Saturday, Jan 30 at Sir John's in North Brunswick. That's nice... might be very interesting. If you are interested PM me and I will let you know more. :)
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Re: Anyone at the HNT or formerly from have anything to say?

Unread postby KrayolaKat » Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:42 am

The Latest News from East Brunswick & Somerville: This is from Jim's Gannettblog
E-mail from Tom Donovan, Asbury Park Press publisher & head of NJ Group:

It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing this morning that Skip Hidlay is leaving Gannett after 14 years and joining The McClatchy Company as president and publisher of The Wichita Eagle, the largest newspaper in Kansas.

Skip joined Gannett as managing editor of the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill in 1996 after 10 years in a variety of reporting and editing roles with The Associated Press. He was promoted to executive editor of the Courier Post in August 1997 and then joined the Asbury Park Press as executive editor and VP/News in September 2002.

Skip became president and publisher of the Courier News and the Home News Tribune in April 2008 and worked with the team there to create operating efficiencies through a variety of consolidation projects, launched a new non-daily strategy, a new combined Web site, mycentraljersey.com and redesigned both dailies.

In his new role, Skip will be leading the print and digital operations of the Eagle, with a circulation of about 120,000 Sunday and 80,000 daily. He is being introduced to the staff in Wichita today.

Skip will return to New Jersey on Monday to work with me next week on a transition plan for the Courier News and the Home News Tribune. He will officially start his new position in Wichita the week of March 15.

In the interim, Managing Editor Paul Grzella will be in charge of the CN-HNT operation while we finalize the transition plan.

We will miss Skip and I know you will join me in wishing him all the very best in his new job.

Well... the end perhaps is coming soon... Rumor has it that there will be one publisher for all the NJ Papers. Consolidation Continues! :o
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