More NewsNew Media Evangelists Combine Forces

New Media Evangelists Combine Forces

Peter Krasilovsky at Kelsey Group reports that Chris Jennewein -- former VP of Internet operations at Union-Tribune Publishing Co., where he led Web projects like its SignOn San Diego-associated radio site -- will be joining another online local media guru, Rob Curley at Greenspun Media Group

Peter Krasilovsky at Kelsey Group reports that Chris Jennewein — former VP of Internet operations at Union-Tribune Publishing Co., where he led Web projects like its SignOn San Diego-associated radio site — will be joining another online local media guru, Rob Curley at Greenspun Media Group. Greenspun publishes the Las Vegas Sun.

Jennewein was laid off from his San Diego gig in May, along with two close interactive colleagues, Ron James and Jim Drummond.

Curley is president and executive editor at Greenspun Interactive. Peter K. didn’t report what Jennewein’s new position will be.

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