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New publisher in Long Beach

Dave Kuta, publisher and president of the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, was moved across the Los Angeles News Group seating chart and just announced down in Long Beach as publisher of the Press-Telegram. He used to be publisher of Long Beach's Gazette Newspapers, also owned by LANG's parent MediaNews Group. At the P-T he succeeds Mark Stevens, who become vice president for strategic planning at the chain.


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