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October 12, 1990
Paul R. Gledhill, vice president for production at The Times, will leave the newspaper Oct. 30 to join the Rocky Mountain News in Denver as vice president of operations. Gledhill, 49, joined The Times in 1958 as a pressroom operator. He worked his way up through the ranks and was promoted to his current job in February.
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June 3, 1991 | DAVID SHAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people working on the electronic newspaper of the future see it as a replacement for the conventional, ink-on-paper newspaper. Not Denny Dressman. Dressman, managing editor for administration at the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, sees his paper's computerized "A la Carte" edition as a value-added supplement to the daily paper. "We want to give our current readers another reason to stay with us," Dressman says.
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June 3, 1991 | DAVID SHAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people working on the electronic newspaper of the future see it as a replacement for the conventional, ink-on-paper newspaper. Not Denny Dressman. Dressman, managing editor for administration at the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, sees his paper's computerized "A la Carte" edition as a value-added supplement to the daily paper. "We want to give our current readers another reason to stay with us," Dressman says.
BUSINESS
October 12, 1990
Paul R. Gledhill, vice president for production at The Times, will leave the newspaper Oct. 30 to join the Rocky Mountain News in Denver as vice president of operations. Gledhill, 49, joined The Times in 1958 as a pressroom operator. He worked his way up through the ranks and was promoted to his current job in February.
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