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August 1, 1987
Robert W. Burdick has been named editor of the Daily News, the San Fernando Valley newspaper's owner, sports millionaire Jack Kent Cooke, said Friday. Burdick, 39, who had been managing editor for news, succeeds Tim Kelly, who resigned earlier this week to become managing editor of the Orange County Register. Before joining the Daily News in October, 1984, Burdick was assistant managing editor for business and special projects at the Denver Post.
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September 17, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The editor of the Daily News of Los Angeles has resigned, it was announced Friday. He is the second top-ranking official to leave the Woodland Hills-based newspaper in two months. Robert W. Burdick, 46, who has been with the paper for 10 years, the last seven as editor, will leave to become managing editor of the Rocky Mountain News in Denver.
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BUSINESS
September 17, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The editor of the Daily News of Los Angeles has resigned, it was announced Friday. He is the second top-ranking official to leave the Woodland Hills-based newspaper in two months. Robert W. Burdick, 46, who has been with the paper for 10 years, the last seven as editor, will leave to become managing editor of the Rocky Mountain News in Denver.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1987
Robert W. Burdick has been named editor of the Daily News, the San Fernando Valley newspaper's owner, sports millionaire Jack Kent Cooke, said Friday. Burdick, 39, who had been managing editor for news, succeeds Tim Kelly, who resigned earlier this week to become managing editor of the Orange County Register. Before joining the Daily News in October, 1984, Burdick was assistant managing editor for business and special projects at the Denver Post.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1990
Jane Amari, managing editor-features at the Woodland Hills-based Daily News, has replaced Douglas R. Dowie, who abruptly resigned as managing editor-news on Friday. Dowie, who had held the managing editor-news post for three years, said he resigned to return with his family to the East Coast. In a prepared statement, Daily News editor Robert W. Burdick said: "During Doug's tenure the newspaper has made extraordinary progress.
BUSINESS
May 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Daily News Plans Layoffs: The newspaper is planning 25 layoffs in its editorial department but has given the journalists' union time to come up with cost-cutting alternatives, newsroom sources said. The newspaper's executives disclosed the planned layoffs during a meeting with representatives of the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild and Editor Robert W. Burdick.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1987
Robert Steven Morris, vice president of advertising at the Denver Post, has been named publisher of the Daily News by Jack Kent Cooke, owner of the San Fernando Valley newspaper. Morris, 35, succeeds Byron C. Campbell, who resigned in March after management disagreements with Cooke, owner of the Washington Redskins football team and former owner of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team and Los Angeles Kings hockey team. Campbell said Tuesday that he is still looking for a job.
BUSINESS
September 28, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA
The Daily News of Los Angeles has promoted Managing Editor Robert W. Lund to the post of editor, succeeding Robert W. Burdick, whose departure was announced earlier this month. Lund, 38, a nine-year Daily News veteran, has been managing editor of the Woodland Hills-based newspaper for the past two years. He has also worked at the Dallas Times Herald, San Francisco Examiner, Denver Post and Ft. Worth Star-Telegram. Daily News President and Chief Executive Larry T.
BUSINESS
October 8, 1994 | GREG MILLER
The Daily News of Los Angeles said David J. Auger has resigned from his position as publisher of the newspaper to pursue other interests. "Dave has done an excellent job at the Daily News, and we are sorry to see him go," said Larry T. Beasley, president and chief executive. Beasley, who was hired by the paper in August, said he will assume the duties of publisher "at the present time." Auger, 38, had been publisher of the Woodland Hills-based newspaper since August, 1989.
BUSINESS
April 28, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Reporters, photographers, copy editors and artists at the Daily News voted 114-60 for the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild as their union representative, according to results made public Thursday. The election comes about three years after editorial employees, who have been nonunion, first contacted the union about representing them as their bargaining agent. Jim Smith, administrative officer for the local unit of the Guild, said that the union will continue trying to organize employees in the newspaper's circulation, advertising, finance and marketing departments.
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March 4, 1997 | ELEANOR RANDOLPH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The story of Timothy J. McVeigh's alleged confession to the Oklahoma City bombing may have made its way onto the airwaves with today's cyberspeed--the story broke on the Dallas Morning News' Web site--but the issues it raises are as old as democracy. In short, the story has put a new strain on the traditional American conflict between a free press and a fair trial.
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