On the business and operations side of the company, Sonya Jenkins was promoted from vice president for human resources to vice president of administration.
Brian Bauman was promoted from senior director, public affairs and events, to general manager of The Washington Times Broadcast Division.
In another development, The Times is inviting more readers — particularly those who are in remote areas where delivery will cease — to get the successful National Weekly edition and/or The Washington Times electronic edition, or e-edition, which is an online subscription version of the print publication.
Monday’s paper includes a notice on how readers can sign up for the e-edition, which will save the newspaper money and help the environment, Mr. Culligan said.
The daily print and e-editions will run five days a week, while www.washingtontimes.com will remain a 24/7 news Web site.
Other remaining products include “America’s Morning News” radio program, currently in more than 70 markets, for three hours a day Monday through Friday, including locally during morning drive time from 6 to 9 a.m. on WTNT 570 AM, and “The Jeff Kuhner Show,” aired locally on WTNT from noon to 3 p.m.
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