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NEWS Expands Editorial Staff

May 3, 2010
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TROY, Mich. - The NEWS announced changes to its editorial staff. Angela Harris has been promoted to eMedia development specialist. Continuing to write copy and manage contests, Harris also develops video content and explores other electronic media to enable The NEWS to better interact with its audience. Her duties include custom media projects as well.

The NEWS hired Kimberly Schwartz to replace Harris as news and legislation editor. Schwartz has been with The NEWS’ parent company, BNP Media, for seven years and was most recently editor of Site Prep. She is now responsible for compiling the FYI and Newsline departments, and covering legislation news for the industry.

Mike Murphy, editor-in-chief, said, “We are excited to add Kim to our team and look forward to the innovation that these positive staff changes will yield for The NEWS and its readers.”

Publication date: 05/03/2010

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