Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Wolman Named New Editor and Publisher of 'Detroit News'

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Wolman Named New Editor and Publisher of 'Detroit News'

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Jonathan Wolman, 56, was named editor and publisher of The Detroit News today, succeeding David J. Butler, who was appointed vice president for news for the MediaNews Group Inc., the newspaper reports today.

Wolman has been editor of the editorial page of The Denver Post since 2004. He previously spent 31 years at The Associated Press, ultimately serving as senior vice president there.

"I'm excited about returning to Detroit and joining The News," Wolman said in a statement. "For a journalist, Michigan is an extraordinary environment and we'll use all the tools of the trade -- in print and online -- to capture the day's developments. We want to satisfy the community's interests in southeast Michigan and the world around us."

The Detroit News story continues below.*

In his remarks to the newsroom staff, Wolman said it was "a kick to be back" in Detroit, where he once worked as an AP reporter and Michigan news editor. He said he was drawn to the "compelling news" in the region, which is facing hard economic times.

Butler, who will be based in Denver, will oversee the content of MediaNews Group's newspapers and Web sites.

The appointments were announced by William Dean Singleton, MNG's vice chairman and CEO and Steve Rossi, executive vice president and COO. …

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