Martin Reynolds has been named managing editor of The Oakland Tribune, replacing longtime ME Leanne McLaughlin, who moves on to a new assignment at the Contra Costa Times, according to the California Newspaper Publishers Association bulletin. Reynolds, 38, was formerly assistant city editor and special projects editor for The Tribune. He is a Berkeley native, Berkeley High School alum and West Oakland resident who began at The Tribune as a Freedom Forum Chips Quinn Scholar in 1995. After attending San Francisco State University, he was hired as a reporter. He was promoted to assistant city editor in 2000, and in 2005 was elevated to special projects editor for ANG Newspapers, which also includes The Daily Review in Hayward, The Argus in Fremont, the Tri-Valley Herald and the San Mateo County Times.
Reynolds named ME of Oakland Tribune
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