The Alliance for Audited Media — which verifies newspaper and magazine circulations — has named a new CEO, and The New York Times is getting a new Midwest correspondent. Details are below.
- AAM has named Tom Drouillard its new CEO, president, and managing director. Drouillard was most recently president and CEO of Scarborough Research. Previously, he served as president of the Americas at Nielsen Online. He’s succeeding Mike Lavery, who is retiring from AAM on March 31.
- Julie Bosman is moving on from The New York Times’ book publishing beat to become the paper’s Midwest correspondent. Bosman has been with the Times for 12 years. During her time at the paper she has covered education,media, advertising and politics.