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Larry Beasley, The Washington Times' new chief executive officer, moved quickly Tuesday to name his own leadership team and set the 30-year-old newspaper on an unambiguous path toward profitability.
The Washington Times will mark three decades of publishing a daily newspaper in the nation's capital Oct. 2 with a symposium and banquet that will highlight the paper's founding values of family, faith, freedom and service.
The Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon, the leader of the Unification Church and founder of The Washington Times, died early Monday in South Korea. He was 92.
Howard Bomstein has been appointed executive marketing director of The Washington Times, washingtontimes.com and related media platforms within the news organization.
Jahnnavi Madiraju started her project as a freshman in high school, creating her own volunteer group in Virginia to gather clothes and basic supplies for an international refugee camp in Fredericksburg. Wednesday, she was one of 277 youths from across the country to receive congressional recognition for innovative community-service projects.
Michael B. McGrath, a trailblazing advertising executive at The Washington Times and doting family man to his wife and two daughters, died Monday after a long fight with lung cancer. He was 41.
A nationally televised Republican presidential debate will be held March 19, hosted by The Washington Times, PBS, National Public Radio, Oregon Public Broadcasting and the Oregon Republican Party.
Veteran radio host and newsman Andy Parks will return to the Washington airwaves with an afternoon program that combines his inimitable personality with a powerful news source and established media brand.
The Washington Times introduces an expanded edition Monday that restores coverage in sports, local news and the arts in a new design that showcases the newspaper's signature content, photography and commentary.
Despite endless melodramatic media coverage, Americans remain unsure about Egypt's destiny now that President Hosni Mubarak has stepped down.
"Larry is a news professional with an impeccable sense of what makes a media company profitable, and he is exactly what the Board was looking for. He is well equipped to lead the company to profitability and sustainability, which is what the ownership has long wanted," Mr. McDevitt said.