October 25, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Tom Gorman has been named executive editor of the Las Vegas Sun.
Publisher Brian Greenspun announced the promotion and named Ric Anderson to succeed Gorman as managing editor.
Gorman joined the Sun in 2005 as a columnist after a 32-year career at the Los Angeles Times. At the Sun, Gorman also served as assistant managing editor and senior editor/print before being named managing editor earlier this year.
Anderson joined the Sun in 2011 as assistant managing editor/business.
He left this year to become vice president of audience at AGN Media in Amarillo, Texas, before returning to assume the managing editor post.
He previously worked at the Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World and the Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal.
The Sun is delivered with the Las Vegas Review-Journal as part of a joint operating agreement.
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