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  • Craig Eidem joins The Seattle Times as vice president of information technology

  • The Seattle Times has named Craig Eidem vice president of information technology of the company. As The Seattle Times’ VP of IT, Eidem will lead the technology functions and drive strategic cross-company initiatives to maximize the media company’s journalistic mission. Eidem’s leadership and experience will help with a number of initiatives slated for later this year and next year that will support the Advertising Department’s revenue objectives and the Newsroom’s “digital-first” publishing goals.more

  • The Seattle Times newsroom wins AAJA Leadership in Diversity award

  • he Seattle Times newsroom has received the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) Leadership in Diversity Award for sparking conversations about race with their seminal “Under Our Skin” interactive video project. This award honors an individual or corporation that has made strides in promoting and demonstrating diversity in the news media industry.more

  • Seattle Restaurant Week and Dine Around Seattle announce promotion consolidation

  • Seattle Restaurant Week and Dine Around Seattle, two biannual celebrations of Seattle-area cuisine, today announced the unification of the two events into one premier promotion dining experience flying under the Seattle Restaurant Week banner. The combined promotion will be  produced by The Seattle Times, which lends its expertise of consumer engagement and powerful reach to motivate participants.more

  • Jill Wasberg named Director of Development for Public Service Journalism

  • The Seattle Times is pleased to announce its recent hire of Jill Wasberg, who will join The Seattle Times team as director of development for public service journalism. In this role, Wasberg will develop and expand funding for journalism initiatives, building on our track record with Education Lab and other independently funded projects that deepen coverage and conversation about urgent public issues that are critical to the future of our region.more

  • Greg Gilbert marks 50 years as Seattle Times photojournalist

  • Greg Gilbert has seen it all. Or most of it, anyway. And he has the pictures to prove it. On Monday, Gilbert marked 50 years as a photographer for The Seattle Times. He was just 21 years old when he was hired on July 10, 1967 by legendary Northwest photographer and photo editor Josef Scaylea.more

  • Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large wins awards for reporting on poverty

  • RESULTS gives this award annually to a journalist who demonstrates outstanding reporting on issues related to poverty. The award is named in honor of Cameron Duncan, a former associate executive director of RESULTS who devoted his life to fighting poverty. Jerry Large, a columnist at The Seattle Times, accepted the award during a ceremony on Sunday, July 23 at the RESULTS International Conference in Washington, DC.more

  • Under Our Skin wins RTDNA Kaleidoscope Award for diversity coverage

  • The Kaleidoscope Awards were developed as part of RTDNA's commitment to achieve diversity in the newsroom through developing news content and editorial staffs that reflect the changing face of communities. The purpose of the award is to encourage and showcase journalistic excellence in covering issues of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity. It is presented annually to news organizations that show an ongoing commitment to covering the diversity of the communities they serve.more