Kevin Corrado is the publisher of the Boston Herald, as the feisty local tabloid duly – and daily – notes on its masthead.
But now Corrado, who in his spare time is also Regional Publisher at MediaNews Group: Northeast Cluster: Massachusetts & New York, is expanding that expansive portfolio to include the Nutmeg State.
According to Stephen Singer’s piece in the Hartford Courant, its publisher and editor-in-chief Andrew Julien – a 30-year veteran of the paper – is switching teams to become executive editor of Tribune Publishing’s New York Daily News.
Meanwhile . . .
MediaNews Group Regional Publisher Kevin Corrado will take over business operations at the Courant on an interim basis and begin the search for a new editor in Hartford.
“Andrew has been a wonderful steward for the Courant, and while we’re sorry to see him go, our loss is New York’s gain,” Corrado said.
To call that eyewash is an insult to saline solution everywhere.
Memo to the few, the proud, the remaining Heraldniks: Think of the whole thing this way – it’ll be that many fewer hours Corrado can work on strip-mining the shrinky local tabloid for the last few dollars he can squeeze out of it.
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