Denver Post Chairman Singleton steps down at Salt Lake Trib
For you Denver Post watchers, there is big news, sort of. Dean Singleton has “stepped down” as publisher of the Salt Lake Tribune amid a large shakeup at the paper, which is owned by MediaNews Group, which also owns the Denver Post as well as newspapers up and down the Front Range.
Nancy Conway, who is the Tribune editor and a former Post employee, is leaving the paper. And the Tribune announced that approximately 20 percent of its editorial staff will soon be laid off.
What this means for the Post, if anything, is entirely unclear. But the Post, which has had a series of layoffs over the last few years, just recently laid off John Sunderland, a 50-year Post veteran and manager of the photo department, and editorial-systems manager Keith Morse. It also reduced the physical size of the paper and significantly reduced space for its editorial page.
Singleton remains chairman of the Tribune. He’s the chairman and publisher of the Denver Post. Singleton is also chairman of MediaNews Group, the company he founded, but John Paton of Digital First has replaced him as CEO.
For a full report from Salt Lake City, read here.
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