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Register replaces one interim publisher with another

Ken Brusic, editor and senior vice president of The Orange County Register, was named interim publisher Tuesday, succeeding the interim publisher who got the temporary job last year. Michael Henry is "taking a position outside the company," the Register reports. Brusic remains as editor. Henry, also the Register's chief financial officer, had been with the company for 16 years.


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