Tuesday, June 29, 2010

AP's Michele Salcedo new NAHJ president

DENVER — Michele Salcedo, an editor in Washington for The Associated Press, is the new president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Salcedo was elected as NAHJ's president on Saturday, and will serve in her new role for two years. WCBS-TV managing editor Hugo Balta was runner-up. Salcedo won on promises to beef up the cash-strapped organization's revenue sources.

Salcedo will succeed O. Ricardo Pimentel, the editorial page editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Salcedo said Monday her immediate priorities are to work to increase NAHJ's membership and revenues and on behalf of mid-career journalists who have lost jobs.

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