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NBC Nightly News senior producer Mike Mosher will retire after 44 years of service at NBC News. Danielle Dellorto will take over as supervising producer of NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt starting on April 27. Dellorto is currently a staff producer for Megyn Kelly TODAY, and was previously a senior producer for CNN. She will remain based in Los Angeles.
FOX News Channel has announced a couple of promotions: Greg Headen now leads international news coverage as director of the foreign desk. He most recently was foreign editor at the network, which he joined in 1996. Additionally, Nancy Harmeyer was named vice president of domestic bureaus, overseeing all U.S. bureaus including Dallas, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, Denver, Seattle and San Francisco. She continues to serve as Los Angeles bureau chief, a role she assumed in 2011.
Owen Franks was named bureau chief and Asia-Pacific team leader of TicToc by Bloomberg, the first and only global news network streaming live on Twitter. Franks had been most recently the Asia-Pacific team leader for Bloomberg based in Hong Kong, and had stints Al Jazeera and BBC News.
WABC-TV bid farewell to Camille Edwards, vice president and news director. Edwards joined ABC’s flagship New York affiliate in 2012, and had been the vice president of news at WRC-TV in Washington.
David Danzis joined The Press of Atlantic City as a staff writer covering casinos and the gambling industry in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Danzis is a former politics reporter for the New Jersey Herald.
Rebecca Troyer assumed the role of editor in chief at Denver Business Journal. She previously held the same title at the Triad Business Journal in Greensboro, North Carolina, which is also owned by American City Business Journals.
FierceHealthcare has brought on Tina Reed as executive editor. She was a long-time reporter for The Washington Business Journal, and spent time at The Capital Gazette and Ann Arbor News. h/t Talking Biz News