Allison Wisk has been deputy politics editor at the Dallas Morning News and has a J.D. degree. Also: New reporter in Sacramento.
Trump's first test with actual voters falls short. Not a great result for Hillary Clinton either.
She has been the section's writer and, for now, is the only staffer remaining. "Her job will go beyond the printed word to explore ideas, film, art and society," the memo says.
Richard Riordan's party for former LA Times journalists was the kind of celebration of talent the paper should have had.
Chad Terhune and Russ Mitchell are the latest former Times journalists at the expanding nonprofit.
Judge William A. MacLaughlin apparently didn't get to finish his thought when he vacated part of the $7.1 million award against the LA Times on Monday.
The LA Times remains on the hook for $5 million, even though the judge found there was no evidence that the sports columnist was forced out.
Higher education reporter Larry Gordon, foreign desk editor Paul Feldman and Washington bureau law enforcement specialist Richard A. Serrano all type -30- today.
"St. Nick at the Square," featuring night-side Metro reporter Nieson Himmel and former Times CEO Mark Willes, written by an anonymous Timesian and pinned to a newsroom bulletin board around 1997.
Book critic David Ulin announced on Facebook that he is taking the buyout offer from the Los Angeles Times. Effective Tuesday.
Deputy business editor and a Metro investigative reporter land with the news service's Los Angeles bureau.
Jack Griffin, the CEO of Tribune Publishing, today addressed the chatter about his company possibly selling the Times and getting smaller.
'My first recollection of the Los Angeles Times is my dad parking his delivery truck outside our house,' says the paper's departing college football writer.
The Wall Street Journal says Tribune Publishing is crafting an offer for the OC Register, and some in the LA Times newsroom expect news from the CEO in the morning.
Editor Davan Maharaj gives kudos for LAT coverage of the San Bernardino shootings.
The LAT flooded the zone, broke news online and had 29 different contributors on shootings stories in the print paper this morning.
"It’s time to push ahead with the reorganization," Davan Maharaj writes. The Times also announced a new hire for the Dodgers beat.
Memo confirms that DC reporter Richard Serrano is leaving, details staff moves and announces that openings in Europe, Beirut and Las Vegas will be filled. Plus more.
Murdoch's Friday tweet about Eli Broad being close to acquiring the Times set off a media scramble. "Could well happen," Ken Doctor concludes.
Arts and Culture Editor Kelly Scott, Books Editor Joy Press, City-County Bureau Chief Rich Connell and education editor Beth Shuster join the brain drain. Plus five more photographers.
"It’s time for a new chapter," says the Times' longtime columnist and most prominent African American journalist. "I don’t know what lies ahead."
"This gives painful dimension to the loss of knowledge and wisdom that Los Angeles is about to face."
Chicago's Tribune Media wants to cash in on the hot real estate market in downtown Los Angeles.
Henry Chu, Larry Gordon, Bret Israel and Martha Groves are among the new additions to the confirmed buyout list at the Los Angeles Times.
Joe Bel Bruno jumps from the LAT's Company Town team to lead breaking news coverage at the Hollywood Reporter.
"We are looking for energetic journalists with proven records of digging deep into matters of public interest," editor Davan Maharaj says.
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