WLRN announces senior leadership team; Tom Hudson VP of news

 
 
WLRN Public Radio and Television has named Tom Hudson as vice-president of news.
WLRN Public Radio and Television has named Tom Hudson as vice-president of news.
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WLRN Public Radio and Television has named Tom Hudson as vice president of news, Terence Shepherd as news director and Alicia Zuckerman as editorial director for all of WLRN-Miami Herald News.

“We have brought together one of the best, if not the best, leadership teams in public media news,” said John Labonia, general manager of WLRN Public Radio and Television. “Our goal of making WLRN the round-the-clock, pervasive and constant source of news and information about and of interest to South Florida is now in reach. I am honored to be working with such talented individuals.”

Hudson previously was the co-anchor and managing editor of the Nightly Business Report on public television. Shepherd, a former Miami Herald editor, joined the company in 2011 as assignment editor. Zuckerman, a 2013 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism fellow, was previously interim news director and senior editor for enterprise for WLRN-Miami Herald News.

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