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executive and editor
Len LeSourd is my executive editor today.
* A. M. Rosenthal ( 1949 ), former executive editor of The New York Times who championed the publication of the Pentagon Papers ; Pulitzer prize winning journalist expelled from Poland in 1959 for his reporting on the nation ’ s government and society
1983 ), American comic book editor and executive for DC Comics
* associate editor and executive editor of the Texas Monthly
According to Rabbi Shammai Engelmayer, spiritual leader of Temple Israel Community Center in Cliffside Park and former executive editor of Jewish Week, this leaves “ Orthodox ” as “ an umbrella term that designates a very widely disparate group of people very loosely tied together by some core beliefs .”
They hired Straczynski as executive story editor to fill in the remaining number of needed episodes.
* Andrew Orlowski, The Registers executive editor.
Soon after Baen died on 28 June 2006, he was succeeded as publisher by long-time executive editor Toni Weisskopf.
Whitburn is on long service leave from March to July 2012, during which time John Yorke, a former executive producer of EastEnders, is acting editor.
* Molly Wood, executive editor at CNET. com
Jack Fuller served as the Tribune < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s editor from 1989 until 1993, when he became the president and chief executive officer of the Chicago Tribune.
The founding executive editor of Wired, Kevin Kelly, was formerly one of the editors of the Whole Earth Catalog and the Whole Earth Review, and he brought with him many contributing writers from those publications.
The Communist politician Gustav Sauf was killed, the executive editor of the Social Democrat " Königsberger Volkszeitung ", Otto Wyrgatsch, and the German People's Party politician Max von Bahrfeldt were severely injured.
Smith was born in Brooklyn on January 21, 1938, the younger of two children of Anson Weston Smith, an Episcopal Sunday school teacher, writer, editor, and executive vice president of the Financial World ; and Rosamond Small.
It was created and launched by G. Barry Golson, the former executive editor of Playboy and TV Guide.
He was an associate editor of the Kentucky Encyclopedia and served as the executive director of the Kentucky Historical Society for many years until his retirement.
Gene Roberts, the former executive editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer and former managing editor of The New York Times, has called the work of Woodward and Bernstein " maybe the single greatest reporting effort of all time.
In 2008, Marcus Brauchli replaced long-time executive editor Leonard Downie, Jr., serving publisher Katharine Weymouth.
He served as a writer and supervising story editor, before being promoted to executive producer and showrunner after one and a half years.
The Sun Herald newspaper in Biloxi-Gulfport, under the executive editor Stanley R. Tiner, won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize in journalism for its Katrina coverage.
, Karen Berger is the executive editor of the imprint, and has overseen it since its inception in 1993.
Held numerous positions including industry executive of Harness Tracks of America, race announcer, sports writer and editor, and television personality heading up a weekly racing show on WOR in NYC in the 1970s.

executive and paper
The executive order did allow for legitimate settlers ( non-speculators ) to use paper until December.
'" Taylor's solution to the effects of factionalism was to " remove the base from under the stock jobbers, the banks, the paper money party, the tariff-supported manufacturers, and so on ; destroy the system of patronage by which the executive has corrupted the legislature ; bring down the usurped authority of the Supreme Court.
Both the Federal Constitution of 1949 and the Provisional Constitution of 1950 were parliamentary in nature, where executive authority laid with the prime minister, and which — on paper — limited presidential power.
The company is run by Alexander Toeldte, formerly Boise Cascade's executive vice president in charge of the paper, packaging and newsprint businesses.
Previously she had been an executive on the paper in charge of the features department.
In a joint statement Frank A. Bennack Jr., Hearst vice chairman and chief executive, and Steven R. Swartz, president of Hearst Newspapers, said that the paper, with a circulation of 312, 000, had sustained losses in every year since 2001, lost more than $ 50 million in 2008 and faced an even gloomier 2009.
One example is a paper by Jan Schaffer, executive director of J-Lab: the Institute for Interactive Journalism
The name for this line came from a Korg executive who showed his boss a paper upside-down — it had been intended to be called the M10 in order to build from the success of the M1.
* Jack Tinsley-Fort Worth Star-Telegram executive editor who led the paper to two Pulitzer Prizes in the 1980s
He became an executive for a paper company, working with farmers who worked in California's Salinas Valley.
Matthew King, vice president for content and audience, editorial director Howard Burns, and executive editor Peter Pryor left the paper in a wave of layoffs in December 2006 ; editor Cynthia Littleton, widely respected throughout the industry, reported directly to Kilcullen.
After being inspired by a television commercial for GenCorp, he uses a ruse to bring out both a GenCorp executive and a reporter from a local paper.
His father is an executive with a large paper company, while he has described his mother as a " thwarted artist.
In June 1996, Tom Walsh resigned from the paper to become an executive of another alternative weekly, the Miami New Times.
A Los Angeles Times article by Ralph Vartabedian reported on November 4, 2004: "' We saw systematic problems throughout the U. S .,' said Will Doherty, executive director of VerifiedVoting. org, a group that is calling for every electronic voting machine to produce a paper trail that can be audited.
* Henry James Rogers -- paper industry executive, and owner of the world's first electric house: Hearthstone Historic House Museum
His father, Thayer Frye Hersey, was an executive in the paper pulp industry.
He sold the paper in 1979 and moved back to Washington as executive editor of Washingtonian magazine.
Mr. Mnookin's thesis is that The New York Times remains the newspaper at the center of America's self-knowledge, and understanding of the rest of the world, and that accordingly 2003, a year of scandals at that paper that forced the resignation of Mr. Raines as executive editor, did important damage.
" High-ranking military and police officers of the RVN, from major to general, along with mid and high-ranking intelligence officers, members of the RVN executive, judicial and legislative branches, including all elected members of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and, finally, leaders of " reactionary " ( i. e. non-communist ) political parties in South Vietnam, were ordered to report to various sites bringing enough " paper, pens, clothes, mosquito-nets, personal effects, food or money to last a month
In December 2009, executive editor Janet Coats left the paper and was not replaced until May 17, 2012 when managing editor Richard " Duke " Maas was promoted to executive editor.
As of 2009, Doherty is the executive editor of the paper.
In his paper The Democratic Rollback: The Resurgence of the Predatory State, Diamond states that one of the main reasons for this recession in democracy is a surge of young democratic countries who employ rigged elections, intense intimidation of any opposing political party, and unstoppable expansion in executive power.

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