Phil Nusbaum — KBEM-FM

Phil Nusbaum is host of “Bluegrass Saturday Morning” on KBEM-FM, featuring bluegrass music. Nusbaum plays in the Blue Drifters bluegrass band and teaches radio production at McNally Smith School of Music in Saint Paul, Minn. Prior to joining KBEM, Nusbaum recorded traditional music in remote settings in Iowa and presented the recordings on the public [...]

WaPo’s Carlos Lozada changes roles

The Washington Post recently announced that Carlos Lozada, five year veteran editor of the paper’s opinion section Post Outlook, will take on a new role as nonfiction book critic. He replaces Jonathan Yardley, who served as book critic for three decades. The transition will take place at the end of this year, and the paper is [...]

Dayle Cedars — KMGH-TV

Dayle Cedars serves a reporter and fill-in weather anchor for KMGH in Denver, Colorado, where she covers local and regional news. She previously worked in Oklahoma for the CBS affiliate KXII-TV, where she was everything from a photographer and a producer to a sports and news reporter. From there, she moved to Bryan-College Station, Texas, [...]

Two depart the New York Times

Jennifer Preston, senior editor at The New York Times, announced that she is leaving the paper to take on the role of vice president of journalism at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. She will begin her new role on Oct. 20. Also, deputy business editor and chief enterprise editor David Gillen announced that he will [...]

Jill Percia — Women’s Health

As the beauty editor of Women’s Health, Jill Percia contributes news and advice on anything related to beauty products. Percia has been in her current position since October 2010. She formerly worked as an associate account executive at ShopPR. Prior to that, she spent more than three years working at CosmoGirl Magazine, holding the positions [...]