Dec 1, 2009

Union-Tribune editor to step down

Karin Winner, the respected editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune, told staff today that she plans to step down at the end of the year after 15 years on the job.

Winner leaves after a year of turmoil at the newspaper, which lost a substantial portion of its newsroom after being sold to a private equity firm from Beverly Hills.

The paper's publisher, Ed Moss, formerly the head of the Los Angeles Newspaper Group, said the paper will begin an immediate search for Winner's replacement.

From the U-T:
Winner began her career in 1976 as a reporter at The San Diego Union, rising through the management ranks and assuming the role of executive editor of the newly merged San Diego Union-Tribune in 1992 (the merger of The San Diego Union and Evening Tribune). Three years later, she took on the lead role of editor of the county’s largest daily newspaper.
The paper won two Pulitzer Prizes during Winner's reign, in 2006 and in 2009.


Anonymous said...

The cookie cutter is cutting cookies right on schedule.

Anonymous said...

once a putz always a comes little eddie yet again.

Anonymous said...

Someone "significant" will be leaving LANG to relocate or make the drive south.

Anonymous said...

there is no one significant ay lang.

Anonymous said...

It can't be Lambert can it? Has that newspaper down south sunk that low?

How would lang ever publish without him?

Anonymous said...

little eddie opens his mouth and the same dribble exits. finally some real great use for duct tape.