In which we collect the breadcrumbs left by media pros as they move from position to position and line them up for you in a neat little row.
The Associated Press has appointed two editors to top positions at its new News Center: Middle East editor Sally Buzbee has been promoted to deputy managing editor for the AP News Center, while Tamer Fakahany, managing editor of news production for AP Television News, will now serve as assistant managing editor. (FishbowlNY)
InTouch editor-in-chief Richard Spencer resigned abruptly Monday. (NY Post)
Winston-Salem Journal managing editor Ken Otterbourg resigned his position today, citing “disagreements with Media General’s plans for our newsroom,” as well as saying “I want to try something else while I am young enough to do it.” He is 48, and has no new opportunity lined up, but we wish him the best. (W-SJ)
Simon Halls is joining Slate PR, will continue to rep Hollywood clients. (PRNewser)
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