- Associated Press - Sunday, April 30, 2017

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - In a story April 30 about elections to the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors association, The Associated Press erroneously reported Jeremy McBain’s job title. He is the executive editor of the Petoskey News-Review, not the managing editor.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Michigan AP media organization elects directors, president

Ann Williams, news director at WSGW-AM in Saginaw, was elected president of the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors association for 2017-18 at the group’s annual convention Sunday

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Ann Williams, news director at WSGW-AM in Saginaw, was elected president of the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors association for 2017-18 at the group’s annual convention Sunday.

Patti Klevorn, managing editor of the Ludington Daily News, was named president-elect.

Jeremy McBain, executive editor of the Petoskey News-Review, was elected to a three-year term as director, representing newspapers with a daily circulation up to 10,000.

The following directors also serve on the board, with terms expiring in 2018:

At-Large, representing newspapers from all circulation divisions: Walter Middlebrook, assistant managing editor/metro, The Detroit News.

Representing newspapers with a daily circulation over 40,000: Don Wyatt, vice president/news, Michigan Group at Digital First Media.

Representing newspapers with a daily circulation of 10,000-39,999: Matt Seward, managing editor, Cadillac News.

Representing Large-Market TV: Open.

Representing Small-Market TV: Steve Asplund, anchor, WLUC-TV, Marquette.

Representing Large-Market Radio: Vincent Duffy, news director, Michigan Radio.

The following directors also serve on the board, with terms expiring in 2019:

Representing Small-Market Radio: Walt Zerlaut, news director, WGHN-FM, Grand Haven.

The Associated Press is a not-for-profit news cooperative serving 1,400 newspapers and 5,000 broadcast stations in the United States.


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