The infamous former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka will have his number retired during a halftime ceremony on Monday Night Football. Coach Ditka, who currently serves as a host and analyst on ESPN, served an 11-year stint as head coach of the Chicago Bears. He is one of two persons to have won a Super Bowl as a player, assistant coach, and head coach. Be sure to check out the Monday Night Countdown on ESPN for in-depth coverage of pre-game news, features and analysis. Or follow ESPN on Twitter for sports highlights, as well as Ditka news. Da Bears!
Nahal Toosi has been named deputy politics editor for POLITICO. She joins the publication from the Associated Press, where she worked on the Europe desk in London after serving as a correspondent in Islamabad, Pakistan. Find political discussion and more on POLITICO's Facebook page.
NBC News has brought Ben Plesser on board as a senior producer. Plesser joins the network from his previous role as producer at CBS News, where he had been on staff since 1999. In his new position, he will work with chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel. Keep up to the minute with NBC News on Twitter.
The Mike Huckabee Show is coming to an end. Its final show will air on Thursday, Dec. 12. Mike Huckabee will continue to host his radio program The Huckabee Report. Both shows are distributed by Cumulus Media Networks.
Judy Sly has retired from her role as editorial page editor at The Modesto Bee. She is succeeded by Mike Dunbar, who was previously the director of integrated operations and has been on staff at the paper since 1998. For news and buzz from California's Central Valley, keep an eye on their Twitter feed.
After 36 years under construction, the Washington Monument was completed on this day in 1884. It's been closed for repairs since 2011 due to earthquake damage, but life goes on in the District, and Washington Life is there to follow the city's social scene. See what's new around town on the magazine's Facebook page.
As of March 2014, the print edition of New York magazine will be published on a biweekly basis. The magazine will move from publishing 42 issues to 29 annually, with each issue including around 20% more content. Online, NYmag.com will also launch a new vertical and expand coverage at that time. Get the latest from New York magazine on Twitter.
Martin Bashir has resigned from his role as host of the Martin Bashir program on MSNBC, after controversial remarks he made on-air. Bashir also contributed to Dateline NBC and had been with NBC and MSNBC since 2010. Prior to that, he was an investigative reporter for ABC's 20/20 and served as an anchor for Nightline. Find MSBC on Twitter for the most up-to-date political coverage.
Zoraida Sambolin, host of CNN's Early Start, has announced she will exit the network on Dec. 6. A replacement has not yet been named. Sambolin has battled cancer this year and put life into perspective saying, "I love my job and the gifted and committed people I've had an opportunity to work with, but life is beckoning me back to Chicago," she said in a note to staff. She had been with the network since November 2011, and before that served as an anchor for NBC's Chicago affiliate WMAQ-TV since 2002. Find the latest updates from Early Start on Twitter and Facebook.
Christina Bellantoni has announced she will be rejoining Roll Call in January 2014 as editor in chief. She currently serves as politics editor at PBS NewsHour, a role she acquired in January 2012. Prior to that,she was an associate political editor for Roll Call since 2010. Get breaking news from Roll Call by following along on Twitter or becoming a fan on Facebook.
Sam Champion has joined The Weather Channel as managing editor. He has additionally been named weather anchor for a yet to-be-named morning program set to launch in early 2014. He previously spent 25 years combined at ABC Television, first as a weather forecaster at WABC-TV in New York, and then as weather anchor for Good Morning America. Ginger Zee has been named as chief meteorologist for GMA in his place. She was previously weather anchor for Good Morning America Weekend since 2011. Follow The Weather Channel on Twitter for updates on Champion's new show and breaking weather news around the country.
Adam Verdugo was named senior producer for CBS Television Network's CBS This Morning. He previously served as senior producer for Meet the Press since February 2011. Wake up with CBS This Morning for a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment. Not an early riser? CBS This Morning captures news highlights on Instagram.
WCIU-TV vice president and general manager Robert Ramsey has been promoted to executive vice president of local media at parent company Weigel Broadcasting. Ramsey had been with the Chicago station since June 2011. Prior to his time there, he was vice president and general manager at KTXL-TV in Sacramento, Calif. There is currently no replacement for Ramsey at WCIU-TV.
Community reporter Dan McFeely has exited The Indianapolis Star. He had been with the paper since February 1998. Eric Weddle has taken over McFeely's coverage of Carmel, Westfield and Zionsville, Ind., in addition to covering education. Weddle has been with The Indianapolis Star since March 2013 after working as a reporter for the Journal & Courier in Lafayett, Ind. Planning on taking a long weekend in Indianapolis and eager to learn about local news? Follow the paper on Twitter.
Luis Cruz was named news director and anchor of U-T TV in San Diego. He previously served as executive producer for the network since March 2013. Before that, he was a news director at KYMA-TV in Yuma, Ariz. since February 2012. U-T TV offers a mix of news, entertainment and lifestyle programming. Follow the cable network on Twitter for breaking news in San Diego.
The Canadian Sportsman has ceased publishing with its December 2013 issue. The magazine was aimed solely at those interested in Standardbred horses and harness racing. It covered the harness racing industry in Canada and provided news and instructions on breeding and training.
Have the urge for something sweet on National Cookie Day and eager to whip up something in your kitchen? Check out Baking Bites authored by pastry chef and food writer Nicole Weston. The site not only offers mouthwatering dessert recipes, but also offers tips and how-tos, as well as reviews of kitchen tools, cookbooks and more. Too busy right now, but want to bake over the weekend? Make sure to follow their decadent offerings and scrumptious suggestions on Pinterest.
ABC News correspondent Rob Nelson will be leaving the network. He has been named as a reporter and weekend morning anchor at WABC-TV in New York. He will begin his new role in January 2014. He was previously anchor for ABC World News Now and America This Morning since July 2010. Before that, he was a morning anchor and reporter for WWL-TV in New Orleans since June 2007. Follow Nelson on Facebook for a peek inside the newsroom.
Alex Wigglesworth left Metro Philadelphia and now works for philly.com as a contributing writer covering banking news. In addition, Sam Newhouse joined Metro Philadelphia as city reporter. He was previously a reporter for Broad Street Media since September 2012. You can find both @metrophilly and @phillydotcom on Twitter.
KTTV-TV has named Marla Tellez as anchor of Good Day L.A., effective on Jan. 7. She had been working as a reporter and anchor at KNTV-TV since 2010, and prior to that, she was an anchor at KOB-TV since January 2008. Follow Good Day L.A. on Twitter for the latest from the City of Angels.
Jeff Gauger was named publisher of the News & Record in Greensboro, N.C. He joined the publication as editor in March 2012 and will retain this role as well. Robin Saul, the publication's former president and publisher, retired last month. He had been with the newspaper since March 2004. Follow the News & Record on Facebook or Twitter.
Today marks the second annual GivingTuesday, an initiative to add one more holiday to the national calendar - a day of giving. Spearheaded by New York's 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation, this campaign encourages concerned citizens to raise funds and awareness for causes important to them. If you need some ideas for charitable giving, visit the Internet magazine Philanthropy Daily, a useful resource for those looking to make a difference.
Veteran weatherman Sam Champion was named managing editor at The Weather Channel. He was also named as the weather anchor of an untitled program on the network, set to launch in early 2014. He previously served as the weather anchor for Good Morning America and weather editor for ABC News. For the latest from Champion, follow him on Facebook.
MSNBC's Up Late with Alec Baldwin has been officially cancelled. It was previously reported by the Navigator that the show was on a two week hiatus expected to return on Nov. 29. Up Late with Alec Baldwin offered discussion on current events and culture with actor Alec Baldwin serving as host. The show premiered on MSNBC on Oct. 11, 2013. Follow MSNBC on Facebook for the latest news and political analysis.
Brian Carovillano has been named managing editor for U.S. news at the Associated Press. He is currently the Asia-Pacific news director based out of the Bangkok, Thailand bureau of the AP. He has held that title since 2010. Carovillano is slated to begin his new role at the AP in New York in January 2014. He began his career with the news service as a reporter in Providence, R.I. For the latest news stories and video clips, visit the AP's YouTube page.
John Intini has taken over as editor in chief of Sportsnet Magazine. He previously served as associate editor of the publication. Sportsnet Magazine was launched in September 2011 and is aimed at serious sports fans. The magazine provides details on teams, athletes, games, and more. Want to learn more? Like Sportsnet on Facebook and keep up-to-date on the latest sports news, scores, standings and video highlights.
Senior vice president and managing editor Katherine Green has exited HLN. She had served as SVP and managing editor for the network since December 2011. Before that, she was senior vice president and general manager for HLN' sister network CNN International. No replacement has been named for Green at this time. Check out HLN's must-see, must-share stories on HLN's boards on Pinterest.
11 years ago today, the Enron Corporation filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a New York court. This marked one of the largest corporate scandals in U.S. history. If Law360 had existed at that time, it would have been the perfect site to follow the coverage. Law360 is an online resource that serves business lawyers and other legal professionals. It provides breaking industry news and follows major lawsuits, federal decisions, class actions, multidistrict litigation, major hires at top firms and major initiatives by state, federal and international legislatures. Find out more about Law360 by following them on Twitter.
While many will recover from a bountiful Thanksgiving feast, others will swarm to retailers for drastic discounts and rock bottom prices on the most desired goods on Black Friday. Looking for hidden discounts or additional tips and advice on shopping? FatWallet Blog is a blog dedicated to saving money. It features shopping tips, personal finance and budgeting tips and more. Follow FatWallet on Twitter for the latest in savings and news on current price slashes.
Bill Neely has joined NBC Television Network News as chief global correspondent. He will be based out of London. Neely previously served as international editor for ITV news since 2002. With over 30 years of experience, Neely has covered everything from the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Hurricane Katrina and the Oklahoma City bombings, to the attack on the World Trade Center and other poignant moments in history. Take a look back at history on NBC's Instagram page.
Bill Marimow has returned to The Philadelphia Inquirer newsroom as editor. Marimow re-joined the paper in May 2012 after leaving the Inquirer in June 2011 to lead the Arizona State University's Carnegie-Knight News21 digital journalism program. Marimow originally served as editor of the paper from 2006 to 2010. The Philadelphia Inquirer is written for residents in the Philadelphia area. It covers local, national and international news, as well as local zoned coverage of the suburbs and surrounding regions, business, technology, features, entertainment and sports. The paper won a 1997 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism. Keep up-to-date with the latest Philly news on Twitter.
CBS Television Network chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan and producer Max McClellan are now on a leave of absence following a discredited report on the Benghazi attacks. Logan has worked as a correspondent for CBS News since 2002, and contributed to 60 Minutes II from 2002 until 2004. In 2005, she began reporting for 60 Minutes. McClellan has served as a producer for 60 Minutes since March 2011. "Like" CBS on Facebook for breaking news.
In a major triumph for online journalism, Yahoo! has announced that Katie Couric will join as global anchor in early 2014, adding to a growing push to expand its news content. Couric will continue to host her syndicated talk show Katie. Find breaking news from Yahoo! on Pinterest and Twitter.
Two journalists have climbed the masthead at The New York Times. Bruce Headlam is now the managing editor, video content for the newsaper's website. He had served as media editor since September 2008 and is replaced in that role by Peter Lattman, who had been a business reporter for the paper since 2010. For all the news that's fit to Tweet, check the Grey Lady's Twitter feed.
TIME has named Radhika Jones and Michael Duffy as deputy managing editors. Jones had previously held various positions for the publication including executive editor, assistant managing editor and arts editor. Duffy was most recently an executive editor and also served as Washington bureau chief until July 2013. Keep up with TIME on Facebook and Twitter.
On this day in 1941, Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the bill that officially declared Thanksgiving as the fourth Thursday in November, effectively extending the holiday shopping season by a week. When you see the Black Friday lines on the news this weekend, now you'll know who to thank (or blame). To learn more about the wars, events and people that have shaped America, visit Martin's American History Blog.
Univision Television Network announced that Lourdes Torres has been named vice president of regional news and director of special projects. In her new role, Torres will lead collaboration between network news and local news operations ensuring a consistent level of quality across Univision's television, digital, and radio news platforms. She will also work closely with editorial staff and local news directors to create original content intended to enlighten and engage the Hispanic communities they serve. Torres originally joined Univision in 1986, when the network was named Spanish International Network. During her time at the company, Torres has held many different titles ranging from assignment editor to executive producer. Join the 1.2 million fans of Univision on Facebook to keep up-to-date with the extensive lineup of Spanish language programming.
Bright House Networks has named Alan Mason as vice president and general manager. In his new role, Mason will oversee Bright House Sports Network, Central Florida News 13, InfoMas and Bay News 9. He is slated to begin his duties at the network on Dec. 30, 2013. Mason was most recently general manager for News 14 Carolina, a 24-hour cable news channel dedicated to providing local news to Charlotte, N.C. and its surrounding areas. Interested in following high school sports in Central Florida? Follow Bright House Sports Network on Twitter for all the latest information.
AOL.com has laid off director of programming Stephen Zorio. He had been with the site since joining in 2005 as a senior copy editor. There is currently no replacement for Zorio. AOL.com serves as a search engine and Web portal for AOL members and Internet users. The AOL search engine searches for images, maps, video, news, retail, jobs, entertainment, personals, podcasts and people. Find out what AOL is up to by following on Twitter.
Laura Olson has joined The Orange County Register as a state government reporter, covering California government and politics from the Sacramento bureau. She had been covering the same beat for the AP’s Sacramento bureau since January 2013. Olson takes over for Brian Joseph, who left the OC Register in August and is now a Fellow in the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism.
The much-anticipated relaunch of FiveThirtyEight in early 2014 moves forward with the announcement that Mike Wilson is joining the team as managing editor. Wilson comes to the blog from Tampa Bay Times, where he had served as managing editor since January 2012. In his new role, Wilson will head up the newsroom and supervise editorial content. You can try to predict the latest hiring news, but if you're not Nate Silver, it might be easier to follow along on FiveThirtyEight's Twitter.
Two reporters will be leaving WFAA-TV, the ABC affiliate for Dallas-Fort Worth market, next month. General assignment reporter Monika Diaz is slated to exit on Dec. 3. Her departure will be followed by that of Steve Stoler, the station's Collin County bureau reporter, on Dec. 6. To follow local news in Dallas, check out WFAA-TV's Twitter.
New Haven Register in Connecticut has brought Brian Charles on board as poverty reporter. He will cover poverty, welfare and social services. Charles was formerly on staff at the Daily Breeze in Torrance, Calif. Prior to that, he was a local news reporter for the Pasadena Star-News, joining that paper in January 2010. To find out what's new in New Haven, watch the paper's Twitter page.
Today marks a somber anniversary, as John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago in Dallas. The Dallas Morning News has been exploring the tragedy and its repercussions with its ongoing series JFK50, which covers topics including the former President's legacy and the effects of the assassination on the city's residents. Look for more updates to the series throughout the day as the nation remembers, and check for additional coverage of today's ceremonies on the paper's Facebook and Twitter pages.
The Scripps Howard News Service has announced it will close its doors at the end of the year. In the transition, the McClatchy-Tribune will take on some contributors and columnists, but at this time there is no word on who will be chosen. The news service provides stories, photos and graphics to hundreds of newspapers, online services and television stations around the globe.
Jennifer Gray has joined CNN/Cable News Network as a meteorologist. She comes from WTVJ-TV, the NBC affiliate in Miami, where she served as a meteorologist covering the weekend morning newscast. Also at CNN, Nick Valencia was named as a reporter and producer for the Los Angeles bureau. He previously served as news editor for CNN's National Content Center. "Like" CNN on Facebook for more instant news alerts and the most discussed stories.
The Daily News in New York has launched The Shack, a new crime blog based out of its police bureau. The blog covers crime, police and public safety in New York City. Follow breaking news from The Shack in real time on Twitter.
Lara Baldesarra was named anchor of CNN International's World Sport. She previously served as anchor of Golf Central at Golf Channel. Baldesarra will begin her duties at World Sport in December 2013. For the latest on global sports news and highlights, check out World Sport on Twitter or "Like" them on Facebook.
Elliott Bambrough has been named co-host of Chicago's Best on WGN-TV. Bambrough has most recently working on projects for The Travel Channel and, before that, HBO’s Vice and VH1's Save the Music. Chicago's Best airs weekly and highlights local eateries in Chicago and the neighboring areas. This show is primarily driven by viewer suggestions on Facebook and Twitter. Add your suggested hot spots by posting on their Facebook page or tweeting your favorite restaurants to them on Twitter.
Vice president and general manager Eric Meyrowitz has left his position at WPIX-TV in New York. He had been with the CW affiliate since 2010. Prior to his time there, he was vice president and general manager at WDCW-TV in Washington, D.C. from 2004 to 2010. There is currently no replacement for him at WPIX-TV. Follow WPIX-TV on Twitter for the latest news in New York.
On this day in 1945, the Nuremberg Trials began in Nuremberg, Germany. Nazi officials were brought to trial for the crimes committed during World War II. Interested in learning more about the trial and other moments of history? Subscribe to the History channel. This cable network offers a vast range of documentaries, historical re-enactments, motion pictures, and mini-series dealing with significant figures, events, and inventions through the years. Find out more about other significant dates in history by visiting History on Facebook.
MSNBC's Up Late with Alec Baldwin has been suspended until Nov. 29 after a controversial video surfaced with the actor using slurs against a paparazzi. The show premiered last month and is described as a weekly current events and culture talk show.
Anna Bernasek is now a contributing writer at Newsweek. She is a veteran journalist who has previously been a columnist for The New York Times and Fortune. Bernasek has also spent time overseas as a financial journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald and a writer for Time Australia. Follow Newsweek on social media at Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Youtube.
Bill Oram has left the Salt Lake Tribune as the Utah Jazz reporter and now covers the Los Angeles Lakers beat for the Orange County Register. Aaron Falk has since taken over Oram's former duties. Oram previously was a high school sports and University of Utah men's basketball reporter before he became a Jazz reporter. He had been with the Salt Lake Tribune since March 2010.
History buffs, or those who paid attention in the several grade school years you took U.S. history class, might recall this opening line from the Gettysburg Address delivered by President Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago on this day. Want to relive another moment of the past? Reminisce magazine helps to keep the golden years alive and highlights the years between 1930 to 1969. Take a look back at the people, places, events and traditions that shaped this country. Connect with Reminisce via Instagram, Facebook, Google + and Pinterest.
Keeping it in Atlanta, Jennifer Delgado joined The Weather Channel as a meteorologist after a stint with CNN and CNN International. Before she moved to network cable, she was a meteorologist in Richmond, Va. for local CBS affiliate, WTVR-TV. Like pictures? Check out raw weather imagery from photography posted via Instagram.
National Journal has promoted James Oliphant to the title of senior writer. He had been serving as a deputy editor for the publication since joining them in February 2012. Oliphant is a seasoned writer and has spent time at the Tribune Washington News Bureau, where he covered politics for the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. Before that, Oliphant headed up Legal Times as the editor in chief from 2005 to 2007. For non-partisan coverage of congressional political activity in Washington, D.C., join National Journal's inner circle on GooglePlus.
Hugo Lindgren will leave The New York Times Magazine at the end of 2013. He has been editor of the publication since rejoining the magazine in October 2010. From March 2010 to October 2010, Lindgren served as an executive editor for Bloomberg Businessweek. Prior to his stint at Bloomberg, he was the editorial director of New York Magazine since 2005. Lindgren had originally joined the magazine as a deputy editor. Follow The New York Times Magazine for compelling features, articles and more on Twitter.
Manuel Martinez has been named president of Telemundo station group. Martinez comes from NBC network affiliate WTVJ-TV in Miami where he lead the station as president and general manager since February 2012. He replaces Manuel Abud who served as president of Telemundo since January 2012. The Telemundo Network is the leading Spanish language television network in the United States and Puerto Rico. Find out what all the hype is about by following the network on Facebook.
Five years ago Detroit's big three automakers pleaded with Congress for a $25 billion lifeline. They expected a national economic catastrophe if they were to collapse. The Detroit Free Press was immediately on this story. This reputable paper dates back to 1831 when it was known as the weekly Democratic Free Press and Michigan Intelligencer. The Detroit Free Press is one of the largest daily newspapers in the country and has an impressive eight Pulitzer Prize wins under its belt. Typical coverage for the paper includes business, automotive, consumer, health and technology. For an interactive look at the newspaper's coverage, follow on Facebook.
Telemundo network affiliate KDEN-TV in Denver has named Pedro Calderon Michel as news director. He comes from Univision affiliate KBNT-TV in San Diego where he most recently served as an anchor since 2011. KDEN-TV airs locally in Denver on channel 25. Programming consists primarily of Telemundo syndicated programs; however, the station does cover local news via morning segments at 8:25am and 8:55am MT. Keep up-to-date on breaking news in Denver via KDEN-TV's Facebook page.
Martha Nelson, group editor in chief of Time Inc., will be leaving the company. Her departure is part of a larger organizational restructuring, which eliminates the role of editor in chief. Nelson took over as group editor in chief on January 1, 2013. Before joining Time Inc., she had been the group editor of the Style and Entertainment Group. Before that, she served as the head of the People Group publications. She holds a degree in art history from Barnard College.
WFLD-TV has named M.J. Witt as executive producer of Good Day Chicago. She had been working for Wittworld, her own media consulting firm. Previously, she has also worked as producer at 20/20, Extra, Inside Edition and Entertainment Tonight. Check out Good Day Chicago on Twitter for the latest headlines from Chitown.
Vox Media, Inc., has acquired the Curbed Network, which includes the Racked and Eater sites. Vox CEO Jim Bankoff hopes this acquisition will allow his company to access more consumer categories. Vox's other enterprises include Polygon, The Verge and SB Nation. For the latest from Vox, follow the company on Twitter, Instagram or Vimeo.
After 54 years, Broadcast Engineering magazine has folded. The publication covered television broadcasting for industry professionals, providing information on equipment selection, TCommerce, television commerce, personnel training, programming and research.
General assignment reporter Ned Hibberd will leave Houston-based KRIV-TV on Nov. 24. He has been named assistant news director at Charlotte-based WJZY-TV and WMYT-TV, where he'll join on Dec. 2. He previously worked as an administrative assistant at the U.S. District Court before joining KRIV-TV in 1990. He holds a bachelor's degree in English, sociology and behavioral sciences from Rice University.
Las Cruces Sun-News named Sylvia Ulloa as managing editor. She takes over for Walter Rubel, who is now the regional opinion page editor after serving as managing editor since 2007. Prior to her new role, Ulloa was a lifestyle editor at El Paso Times since 2011. She was also a a metro editor for the San Jose Mercury News from 2000 to 2003. Follow Las Cruces Sun-News on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news from Las Cruces, N.M.
CNN/Cable News Network has named Brian Stelter as senior media correspondent and host of Reliable Sources. He currently serves as media industry reporter for The New York Times and will leave later this month. Reliable Sources "examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover." Give a thumbs-up on Facebook to follow the conversation.
NBC News has named Julian March as senior vice president of editorial and innovation, beginning in early 2014. March most recently served as director of online for ITV in London. Prior to that role, he spent 11 years at London's Sky News. Follow NBC News on Twitter for the latest national and international breaking news.
Abby McIntyre has joined Slate as a copy editor. She comes from POLITICO, where she served as deputy healthcare editor. Before joining POLITICO in 2010, she was with The Boston Globe. A replacement has not yet been named at POLITICO. Follow Slate on Twitter for the latest in politics news and culture.
Tracey Harrington McCoy has joined Newsweek as a contributing writer. Newsweek was established in 1933, and serves as a platform for major news stories and topics and trends including politics, the economy, business, current affairs, lifestyle, health, science and technology. Check out the latest videos from Newsweek on its YouTube channel.
David Andreatta has rejoined the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle as an investigative news reporter. He previously served in the same role for the paper until September 2013. In between, he was a healthcare reporter for the Globe and Mail. He has also served as a Sunday editor for The New York Sun. Follow along on Twitter for breaking news from Rochester.
Micah Grimes was named social media editor at ABC Television Network News. He was previously an assignment editor at WFTS-TV in Tampa, Fla. since November 2012. Prior to that, he was Web and social editor at Bay News 9. Keep up with ABC News through social media on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube and LinkedIn.
Betsy Rothstein was named editor of The Daily Caller's The Mirror blog. She previously served as editor at FishBowlDC. The Mirror is focused on politics where Rothstein discusses the latest hot topics and provides commentary on current issues. Be a part of Daily Caller's circle by joining on Google+.
Mike St. Peter has joined NECN/New England Cable News as general manager. He previously was vice president of news at NBC affiliate WVIT-TV in West Hartford, Conn. since 2006. NECN is the largest regional cable news network in the country, serving over three million homes throughout New England and providing 24-hour access to breaking news, sports, weather and traffic. Taking a trip to New England and want to learn more? "Like" the network on Facebook.
On this day in 1956, the Supreme Court abolished the laws calling for racial segregation on public buses. How did The Supreme Court come to this ruling? Are there any such laws today in New York that still need to be investigated? Find out by picking up a copy of The New York Law Journal. This journal is written for lawyers, judges and court personnel throughout New York state. It covers law and law related financial developments in New York. The journal features notes and views on federal courts and New York Court of Appeals decisions, as well as calendars of upcoming cases, bankruptcy and judgment notices, and court notes. Looking for a job as well as the latest in law news? Check out New York Journal on Twitter.
Gary Miles was promoted to managing editor at The Detroit News. He previously served as deputy managing editor for the print and online editions of the publication since 2007 and metro editor since 2004. Miles joined the newspaper in 2000. Learn more about the happenings in Detroit and the surrounding area by following the paper on Twitter.
Amy Robach's Good Morning America on-air segment of a mammogram in October 2013 has led to a diagnosis of breast cancer. She has taken a leave of absence to undergo treatment. Robach joined ABC News as a correspondent in May 2012. Prior to that, she was a national correspondent for NBC News and a weekend anchor of Today. Before that, she spent time at MSNBC as a morning anchor. She joined MSNBC in September 2003 from WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C. Robach has also worked in the Charleston, S.C. and Athens, Ga. television news markets.
Larry King debuted his new daily radio segment, Larry King Droppin' In where he airs his thoughts and personal experiences on a variety of topics. The segment is produced by Cumulus Media and AARP. Connect with the veteran broadcaster and former twenty-five year CNN talk host on Facebook.
Robert Costa will be joining the Washington Post as a national politics reporter on Jan. 6, 2014. He is currently the Washington editor for the National Review, a position he has been in since December 2012. Before that, he was a political reporter for the publication. Follow news and updates from the Post via Facebook.
NPR’s The Diane Rehm Show producer, Nancy Robertson, has retired. Robertson joined the show as a producer in June 1998. She previously served as a volunteer on the program for two years. She served as a freelancer for 16 years, and as a reporter for three years, at Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago, Washington and London. Outside of journalism, Robetson has been a realtor.
Stay in the know on all things immigration law with the Immigration Law Blogs on ILW.com. Follow more news and updates via Twitter and also on the website at www.ilw.com.
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