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Newspeople


Santo, Jamie, Editor & Publisher


CALIFORNIA

Tom Mohr has been named to the newly created position of corporate director of classified advertising for Knight Ridder and as a vice president at Knight Ridder Digital, effective Feb. 4. He comes to the San Jose-based chain from The Tennessean in Nashville, where he was vice president of advertising. Mohr was earlier senior vice president for marketing and sales at the Minneapolis Star Tribune and executive vice president of marketing and strategic alliances at the Universal Talkware Corp.

OHIO

Dave Adams to consumer marketing manager for the Akron Beacon Journal from senior editor for administration. Adams succeeds Debbie Jubera.

FLORIDA

Bruce Gaultney to publisher of the Ocala Star-Banner from general manager, effective March 22. Gaultney will succeed Charles J. "Chip" Stout, who is retiring.

ILLINOIS

Terri McCreary to publisher of The Courier News in Elgin from publisher of the Greenville (Texas) Herald-Banner. McCreary succeeds Amy Lansdon.

INDIANA

Richard Griffis to managing editor of The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne from sports editor. Griffis succeeds Carolyn DiPaolo, now metro editor at The Palm Beach Post in West Palm Beach, Fla.

MASSACHUSETTS

BMaynard Scarborough to director of public affairs for The Boston Globe from senior vice president and director of Inner City 100 for the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City in Boston. …

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