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June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Rem Rieder has been named media editor of
USA TODAY. Rieder, formerly editor and senior vice president of American Journalism Review, has been writing a weekly media column for
USA TODAY since December. The announcement was made today by
David Callaway, editor-in-chief of
"The increasing role of media in all our lives means that every company is now a media company, and everyone a media personality," said Callaway. "Rem's role will include working with media columnists such as
Michael Wolff, and
USA TODAY reporters across the country as they cover the empires and innovators behind this evolution. He will continue writing his column as well."
As editor and senior vice president of American Journalism Review, Rieder edited the magazine and wrote frequent columns on media issues for the magazine's website, ajr.org. AJR is a national magazine based at the
University of Maryland that covers all aspects of digital, print and broadcast journalism.
Prior to that, he held senior editing positions at a number of major newspapers, including the Washington Post (deputy metropolitan editor), Miami Herald (national editor and city editor) and Milwaukee Journal (assistant managing editor/news). He also has served as executive editor of States News Service in
Washington D.C.; managing editor of the
Trenton Times in
New Jersey; reporter,
Washington correspondent and deputy metro editor at the Philadelphia Bulletin; and reporter at the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Rieder has taught media industry reporting, journalism ethics, magazine editing and production, and advanced public affairs reporting at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the
University of Maryland. A
Philadelphia native, he is a graduate of
Harvard University and lives in
Washington, D.C.USA TODAY is a multi-platform news and information media company. Founded in 1982,
USA TODAY's mission is to serve as a forum for better understanding and unity to help make the
USA truly one nation. Through its unique visual storytelling,
USA TODAY delivers high-quality and engaging content across print, digital, social and video platforms. An innovator of news and information,
USA TODAY reflects the pulse of the nation and serves as the host of the American conversation – today, tomorrow and for decades to follow.
USA TODAY and USATODAY.com reach a combined six million readers daily.
USA TODAY is a leader in mobile applications with more than 17 million downloads on mobile devices.
USA TODAY is owned by Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI).