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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1991
Yeaaah, Janet Clayton! I loved the interview with Steele. She asked all the right questions and made all the right points. Go on, girl! She made my Sunday! ELEANOR BROWN Santa Monica
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January 26, 1997 | From a Times Staff Writer
Michael Parks, managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, has been named a senior vice president of the paper and Janet Clayton, editor of The Times' editorial pages, has been named a vice president, Times Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Richard T. Schlosberg III has announced. Parks, who succeeded George Cotliar as managing editor in May, is assuming the senior vice presidency vacated by George Cotliar's retirement as The Times' executive editor Jan. 16.
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January 26, 1997 | From a Times Staff Writer
Michael Parks, managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, has been named a senior vice president of the paper and Janet Clayton, editor of The Times' editorial pages, has been named a vice president, Times Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Richard T. Schlosberg III has announced. Parks, who succeeded George Cotliar as managing editor in May, is assuming the senior vice presidency vacated by George Cotliar's retirement as The Times' executive editor Jan. 16.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1991
I congratulate you for printing the interview with Steele. Other readers, like myself, must have the utmost respect for Steele the scholar, the man of integrity, who retained his composure so professionally in spite of the blatant, obvious attempts by your interviewer Janet Clayton to put words in his mouth or draw him into expressing views he clearly was rejecting. I am proud of him and of the school that appointed him to its staff. T. BRUCE GRAHAM Port Hueneme
BUSINESS
July 3, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
Janet Clayton, 43, editorial page editor and vice president of the Los Angeles Times, and Robert G. Magnuson, 46, senior vice president, regional editions, for The Times, were among six executives named Thursday as vice presidents of Times Mirror Co., parent of The Times and other newspapers. Others named as Times Mirror vice presidents were John S. Carroll, editor and senior vice president of the Baltimore Sun; Anthony Marro, editor and executive vice president of Newsday; William J.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 26, 1992
I was moved by the emotional Column One stories by Janet Clayton, George Ramos, Patt Morrison, and Elaine Woo (May 4-5) recalling their years in Los Angeles in relation to the recent urban unrest. They bring to mind a memory of my youth in this city that was ignored by the media--the Zoot Suit riots of 1943 when military men on leave in the city brutalized young Mexicans wearing zoot suits.
NEWS
May 14, 1998
The Times invited the four major candidates for governor to address the most important challenges facing California. The 90-minute forum in the newspaper's downtown Harry Chandler Auditorium was held 20 days before the state's first blanket primary June 2, in which voters will be able to cast ballots for candidates from any party.
NEWS
February 13, 1989
Toward Equality was designed and written by the staff of the Los Angeles Times in conjunction with a citywide campaign to heighten awareness of racial, ethnic and religious problems in Southern California. Running the World of Difference campaign is the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith.
NEWS
July 11, 1995
Janet Clayton has been named editor of The Times' editorial pages, replacing Thomas Plate, who is becoming a columnist, Times Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Richard T. Schlosberg III announced Monday. Deputy Editorial Page Editor Frank del Olmo becomes assistant to Times Editor Shelby Coffey III, in addition to writing a regular opinion column.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1997
The Los Angeles Times announced Friday that it has hired Michael P. Ramirez, the winner of a 1994 Pulitzer Prize, as the newspaper's editorial cartoonist. Ramirez, who has worked for the Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn., since 1990, will join The Times in September. He will report to Janet Clayton, editor of the editorial pages and a vice president at the paper.
NEWS
April 22, 1998
The four major candidates for California governor agreed Tuesday to their first campaign debate, a bipartisan forum to be hosted May 13 by the Los Angeles Times. The morning event, to be held at the Times' downtown Harry Chandler Auditorium, will be furnished to radio and television stations for broadcast statewide. The 90-minute forum will mark the first time the three major contenders for the Democratic nomination--businessman Al Checchi, Lt. Gov. Gray Davis and Torrance Rep.
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