Following a restructure of its entertainment network portfolio, NBC Universal has named Chris McCumber president of the networks, which include USA, Syfy, Chiller and Cloo.
The Associated Press has named Ian Mader its Miami-based Florida news editor, effective in late March 2016.
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Chief white house correspondent Mike Allen has announced that he will be leaving POLITICO after the election.
The Boston Courant has ceased publication after losing a wrongful termination lawsuit brought by a former employee.
Erika Flores has parted ways with KTVK-TV in Phoenix, Arizona, as she heads to a career as a digital journalist for Maricopa County.
Darren Murph will join TechRadar as its global editor in chief on March 1.
John Dioso has been named executive director of editorial operations at Glamour and will begin his new role on Feb. 16.
Danielle Pergament has been named executive editor for Allure.
The Los Angeles Times has hired Pedro Moura as a sports writer.
Cision Blog regrets to inform its readers that recently appointed senior vice president of radio for Univision Alejandro Nieto Molina has passed away.