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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Turcotte’

AmNewYork Loses Publisher

Back in late September, amNewYork lost its Editor-in-Chief, Diane Goldie, to Newsday. Now the daily free paper is losing its Publisher as well. According to the New York Post, Paul TurcotteamNewYork’s Publisher since last year — is leaving his post at the end of this month.

There is no word on what Turcotte will be doing once he leaves or what will happen at the top of amNewYork, but there is obviously a lot of work needed to be done to right that ship.

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AmNew York EIC Moves to Newsday

Diane Goldie, Editor-in-Chief of amNewYork, is leaving her post and heading to Newsday. The New York Post reports that Paul Turcotte, amNewYork’s Publisher, is looking at all options for Goldie’s replacement. One obvious candidate is Mae Cheng, the paper’s Managing Editor.

Both amNewYork and Newsday are owned by Cablevision.

amNewYork Launches iPad and iPhone App

AmNewYork, the most widely distributed (and maybe the most widely discarded, but keep trying Metro!) daily newspaper in the city, has launched an iPhone and iPad app. The app comes equipped with all of the content found in print, and even allows users to download previous issues.

Publisher Paul Turcotte says of the apps, “The introduction of this mobile application extends our reach and allows readers to get their news anytime or anyplace. Our active NYC reader will now have access to the paper on the go, day or night.”

The apps are free and available in the iTunes store now.