Stephen Reynolds Has Been Named President and Publisher of the Times in Gainesville, Ga.
ARLINGTON, Va. — Stephen B. Reynolds has been named president and publisher of The Times in Gainesville, Ga., it was announced today by the Newspaper Division of Gannett.
Reynolds previously held a similar post at The Marietta (Ohio) Times. He succeeds Chris E. Jensen, who was earlier was named president and publisher of The Advertiser in Lafayette, La.
“Stephen has demonstrated his skills as a newspaper executive,” said Gary L. Watson. “It’s appropriate that he assume this additional responsibility.”
Reynolds joined USA TODAY in 1986. He served in circulation sales and as circulation manager in Milwaukee before being named general manager in Philadelphia in 1991. He joined The Marietta Times in 1996.
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