Thursday, November 30, 2006
The Examiner's happy hunting ground
Herbert Moloney, who resigned last week after 19 months as publisher of Phil Anschutz's Washington Examiner, will become president and chief operating officer of Western Colorprint Inc. of Denver, which provides advertising supplements and cartoons to newspapers. So what? Maloney just so happens to be replacing Scott McKibben, who became president of Western Colorprint in 2005 after he left Anschutz's San Francisco Examiner. Who else has headed Western Colorprint? How about Scott's brother, Ryan, who went to Western Colorprint in 1998 after he left the post of publisher of the Denver Post. Ryan McKibben is now head of Anschutz's Clarity Media, the parent company of the Examiner newspapers.
Posted by Clyde Davis at 11:06 AM