INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Associated Press Media Editors organization elected four members to its board of directors and installed new leadership Wednesday during its annual conference in Indianapolis.
Elected to at-large positions were Meg Downey, managing editor of The Tennessean in Nashville; and Thomas Koetting, deputy managing editor at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Autumn Agar, editor of the Twin Falls (Idaho) Times-News, was elected to represent small newspapers. David Arkin, vice president of content and audience for GateHouse Media, was elected to represent online media.
The new APME officers are: president, Debra Adams Simmons, editor, The Plain Dealer in Cleveland; vice president, Alan D. Miller, managing editor/news, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch; secretary, Teri Hayt, executive editor of GateHouse Ohio Newspapers in Canton, Massillon and New Philadelphia; and journalism studies chair, Laura Sellers-Earl, digital development director for the EO Media Group in Salem, Ore. The treasurer is Dennis Anderson, editor of the Peoria (Ill.) Journal Star.
APME ended its annual convention Wednesday. Its 2014 conference will be held with the American Society of News Editors in Chicago.
APME members are newsroom leaders at newspapers and broadcast outlets, journalism educators and student leaders in the United States and Canada. APME works with The Associated Press to encourage journalism excellence and support training and development of journalists in multimedia newsrooms.
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