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April 7, 1998 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Times business writer Russ Stanton has been named business editor of the Times Orange County edition. He succeeds Michael Young, who last month became managing editor of the edition. "Russ is a talented journalist with a wealth of experience in Orange County," Young said Monday. A veteran reporter and editor, Stanton, 39, joined the Times Orange County edition business staff in November, covering the region's sprawling retail industry.
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January 25, 2012 | By Jim Rainey, Los Angeles Times
Public radio station KPCC hired former Los Angeles Times Editor Russ Stanton as vice president of content, responsible for the station's broadcasts, website and live events. Southern California Public Radio President Bill Davis announced the move Tuesday, saying he hired Stanton as part of a push by the station to improve its quality and extend its reach in Southern California. Whereas the other top public radio stations in the Los Angeles area focus on music or a combination of music and news, KPCC-FM (89.3)
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February 15, 2008 | Thomas S. Mulligan and Martin Zimmerman, Times Staff Writers
Russ Stanton, a 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Times who has been in charge of invigorating its website, on Thursday became the newspaper's 14th editor. Stanton will lead a staff chafing from the recent exit of its third editor in less than three years and worried about job cuts. Former Editor James O'Shea and Publisher David D. Hiller parted ways Jan. 21 after a disagreement over whether the editorial budget should shrink.
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December 14, 2011 | By Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times
After four years at the helm, Los Angeles Times Editor Russ Stanton is stepping down, with Managing Editor Davan Maharaj assuming the top newsroom job. Stanton, 52, joined The Times in 1997 as a business reporter in Orange County. He led the news organization for four years, a period in which it expanded its digital reach to more than 17 million readers each month and won three Pulitzer Prizes, including this year's Public Service award for exposing corruption in the city of Bell.
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December 13, 2011 | By Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times
Russ Stanton will step down as the editor and executive vice president of the Los Angeles Times on Dec. 23, and Managing Editor Davan Maharaj will assume the top newsroom job. Stanton, 52, joined The Times in 1997 as a business reporter in Orange County. He led the news organization for four years, a period in which it expanded its digital reach to more than 17 million readers and won three Pulitzer Prizes, including the Public Service Award for exposing corruption in the city of Bell.
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November 11, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Veteran journalist Russ Stanton has joined the staff of the Los Angeles Times Orange County Edition as a business writer. Stanton, business editor for the Orange County Register since 1995, will cover the county's sprawling retailing industry. "We are delighted to have Russ join us," said William Nottingham, editor of The Times Orange County.
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October 13, 2009 | Tiffany Hsu
Nancie Clare was named editor of LA, the Los Angeles Times Media Group's monthly Sunday magazine, in the latest in a series of management changes. Effective immediately, Clare replaces Annie Gilbar, who shepherded the magazine's relaunch in September 2008, the group said Monday. After serving as editor in chief for the last year, Gilbar is leaving the company. Clare also participated in the relaunch and was promoted to executive editor in January after serving as deputy editor.
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January 25, 2012 | By Jim Rainey, Los Angeles Times
Public radio station KPCC hired former Los Angeles Times Editor Russ Stanton as vice president of content, responsible for the station's broadcasts, website and live events. Southern California Public Radio President Bill Davis announced the move Tuesday, saying he hired Stanton as part of a push by the station to improve its quality and extend its reach in Southern California. Whereas the other top public radio stations in the Los Angeles area focus on music or a combination of music and news, KPCC-FM (89.3)
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February 15, 2011 | By Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times has named Jimmy Orr as managing editor, online, to oversee its Web news operations and its expanding portfolio of digital and mobile news properties. Orr, 45, who is currently deputy editor, online, will assume his new duties Feb. 28. He will replace Sean Gallagher, who is leaving The Times and relocating to London. Orr will oversee latimes.com and coordinate The Times' print, Web, social networking and search engine optimization efforts. He also will lead the expansion of mobile content, including applications for Android, iPad and Windows set to debut this year.
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November 16, 2000
Section editor: Russ Stanton russ.stanton@latimes.com News editor: W. Kevin Leung Graphics editor: Dana Farrar Graphics: Mark Hafer, Caroline Paras, Pat Rathbun Photo editor: Richard Derk Copy chief: Betty Baboujon Copy editors: Anne Colby, Minh Dang, Nicole Gill, Sheri Gordon, Anne Harnagel, Jim Houston, Evelyn Lau, Michelle Maltais, Eunice Park, Shirley Marlow, Deborah McKown, Dwayne Rogers Cover illustration: William Bramhall
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February 15, 2011 | By Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times has named Jimmy Orr as managing editor, online, to oversee its Web news operations and its expanding portfolio of digital and mobile news properties. Orr, 45, who is currently deputy editor, online, will assume his new duties Feb. 28. He will replace Sean Gallagher, who is leaving The Times and relocating to London. Orr will oversee latimes.com and coordinate The Times' print, Web, social networking and search engine optimization efforts. He also will lead the expansion of mobile content, including applications for Android, iPad and Windows set to debut this year.
BUSINESS
October 13, 2009 | Tiffany Hsu
Nancie Clare was named editor of LA, the Los Angeles Times Media Group's monthly Sunday magazine, in the latest in a series of management changes. Effective immediately, Clare replaces Annie Gilbar, who shepherded the magazine's relaunch in September 2008, the group said Monday. After serving as editor in chief for the last year, Gilbar is leaving the company. Clare also participated in the relaunch and was promoted to executive editor in January after serving as deputy editor.
BUSINESS
February 15, 2008 | Thomas S. Mulligan and Martin Zimmerman, Times Staff Writers
Russ Stanton, a 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Times who has been in charge of invigorating its website, on Thursday became the newspaper's 14th editor. Stanton will lead a staff chafing from the recent exit of its third editor in less than three years and worried about job cuts. Former Editor James O'Shea and Publisher David D. Hiller parted ways Jan. 21 after a disagreement over whether the editorial budget should shrink.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1998 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Times business writer Russ Stanton has been named business editor of the Times Orange County edition. He succeeds Michael Young, who last month became managing editor of the edition. "Russ is a talented journalist with a wealth of experience in Orange County," Young said Monday. A veteran reporter and editor, Stanton, 39, joined the Times Orange County edition business staff in November, covering the region's sprawling retail industry.
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November 11, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Veteran journalist Russ Stanton has joined the staff of the Los Angeles Times Orange County Edition as a business writer. Stanton, business editor for the Orange County Register since 1995, will cover the county's sprawling retailing industry. "We are delighted to have Russ join us," said William Nottingham, editor of The Times Orange County.
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February 20, 1998 | RUSS STANTON
If you didn't make it to the fine print of this week's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, two Orange County companies landed their goods in the magazine's biggest-selling issue of the year. The big winner was GirlStar Swim, the women's swimwear line of Irvine-based Gotcha International, which had two of its suits in the 220-page special issue. In addition, a suit made by Radio Fiji for Raisins, which is owned by Costa Mesa-based Quiksilver Inc., made the magazine.
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