Indiana Journalism Hall Of Fame
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MUNSTER | The longtime executive editor of The Times Media Co., who has had a national impact on public records access and community news coverage, is retiring after a 50-year career in journalism.
A recent survey ranked newspaper reporter as the worst career of 2013, just below meter reader and lumberjack, but you wouldn’t guess it from the stories told by journalists who gathered in Bloomington to see six of their own inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame.
Times Executive Editor William Nangle, right, was awarded induction Saturday into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame by the organization's president, Ray Moscowitz, during a dinner ceremony at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Times Executive Editor William Nangle credited an emphasis on readers and local news content as important career components while accepting induction into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday at Indiana University in Bloomington.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. | Times Executive Editor William Nangle was one of five journalists from around the state inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame at a dinner and ceremony Saturday at Indiana University in Bloomington.
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