Mar 3, 2011

Allen goes to ProPublica*

Former Pasadena Star-News reporter Marshall Allen, whose work at the Las Vegas Sun has made him a finalist for the 2011 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, has taken a job with ProPublica. Allen will start at the nonprofit news outfit next week. He'll continue covering health care to start.

*In addition: Former Pasadena Star-News reporter Cindy Chang was promoted to special projects writer at the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Previously, she worked on the paper's city desk. In her new position, Chang "will be the lead author and coordinator" of the paper's investigative projects.


Anonymous said...

How does upper management let these people go? Maybe that's why the LANG is going down the drain.

Anonymous said...

let's see...not paying them fairly, no hope of advancement, a bankrupt company financially and in management talent, no vision, no hope in winning, taken advantage of, and a much longer list if I had the time. good people go because of opportunity. lang management doesn't have a say. good talent gets fed up and moves where opportunity calls.