Gannett named Rick Green president and publisher of e Cincinnati Enquirer and regional president of Gannett’s U.S. Community Publishing Ohio. Longtime Enquirer Publisher Margaret Buchanan is retiring. Green is currently president and publisher of e Des Moines (Iowa) Register. Pui-Wing Tam is joining e New York Times as technology editor. Mariel Garza joined the Los Angeles Times’ editorial board. Garza is currently deputy editorial page editor of the Sacramento Bee and is a former editor of the editorial pages of the L.A. Daily News and Los Angeles News Group. Scripps Networks Interactive promoted Steve Gigliotti to chief revenue o cer. He was previously head of advertising sales. Andy Serwer was named editor-inchief of Yahoo Finance. e (Memphis) Commercial Appeal’s President and Publisher George H. Cogswell III was named as one of four vice presidents and regional publishers of the new Journal Media Group. Journal Media Group was created out of the spino of E.W. Scripps Co.’s and Journal Communications’ newspapers. Cogswell will retain his duties in Memphis, as well as overseeing publishers of newspapers in Ventura and Redding, Calif., and Kitsap, Wash. Naples (Fla.) Daily News Publisher Bill Barker was also named a regional VP. He will retain his publisher post and also oversee opera- tions at newspapers in Knoxville, Tenn., Anderson, S.C., Evansville, Ind., and on Florida’s Treasure Coast. Fran Gimla was named publisher of Milwaukee lifestyle publication M Magazine. She will take over the post in April, replacing Gail Ostermann, who is retiring. Gimla has been with the magazine for 15 years. Kasturi Balaji was elected chair of the New World Printers Forum. He is the director of Katsuri & Sons, publisher of e Hindu newspaper in India. Meantime, Rick Stunt — group paper director of the Daily Mail Group Media in the U.K. — was elected vice-chair of the Forum. Nathan Bekke was named vice president of consumer sales and marketing for Lee Enterprises. He was previously publisher of the Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune. e Los Angeles Times partnered with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to form #EmergingUS, a multimedia platform designed to explore evolving American identity in the 21st century. He will lead the production of commentary and produce original video, graphics and other digital content that focuses on race, immigration identity and multiculturalism. Vargas is a Filipino citizen that has lived in the U.S. since age 12. Crain’s Chicago Business closed its Washington D.C. bureau and eliminated ve jobs, including that of Paul Merrion, who headed up the bureau and had been with the company since 1978. Jeannie Parent was promoted to publisher of the Michigan region of David Parker joined 5 fteen Inc. as vice president of sales, North America. Guy Gecht, CEO of EFI; Frank Romano, professor of Rochester Institute of Technology and Erwin Widmer, deputy managing director of Ugra, were named as the 2015 recipients of the Michael H. Bruno Award for outstanding contributions to the Graphic Arts Industry bestowed by the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts. Miami Herald reporters Carol Marbin Miller and Audra D.S. Burch won USC Annenberg’s 2015 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their examination of six years of child deaths in Florida. e “Innocents Lost” project resulted in the most sweeping overhaul of child welfare laws in the state’s history. David E. Guay was named vice president of production for Rust Communications. Andrew Miller is leaving his post as chief executive of Guardian Media Group in June, after nearly ve years at the helm. During his time there, the company’s Guardian and Observer and theguardian. com expanded overseas and grew digital revenues. His departure will coincide with that of Editor-inChief Alan Rusbridger. Gary Hughes was named general manager at Transcontinental Vaughan, Ontario. He also remains senior of director of manufacturing operations for Transcontinental Newspaper Group. Joyce Dehli, vice president of news for Lee Enterprises Inc., will leave the position. She has agreed to stay on through the transition and to serve over the next year as a resource for Lee editors and publishers seeking advice on news ethics and professional standards. Peter Kendall was promoted to managing editor of the Chicago Tribune and Colin McMahon was named associate editor of the paper. Meantime, Joyce Winnecke was named president of the publisher’s Tribune Content Agency unit. O, e Oprah Magazine named Julia Fry associate publisher of advertising and Maureen Mooney as national director of sales and business development. Ramsay McAllan joined PuzzleFlow Media Technologies ( formerly PuzzleFlow Solutions) to further expand its portfolio of clients in European and International markets. Tim Hilton was named U.K. agent for sales of QuadTech web inspection and color control systems for the packaging sector. He was most recently responsible for sales of rotogravure and exographic printing machinery for the exible packaging and folding carton markets at Cerrutti. Peter Farmer was named commercial web print.services consultant for manroland web systems.