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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Leadership Changes at Detroit Metro Times

Posted By on Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 3:43 PM

Jan. 9, 2014, DETROIT -- Euclid Media Group, the new owners of Detroit Metro Times, have announced a change in management at the 34-year-old alternative newsweekly. Editor Bryan Gottlieb, who was hired in February 2013, will leave the position, which will be temporarily filled by Interim Editor Vince Grzegorek, who is the editor of Cleveland Scene Magazine, another Euclid Media property. The decision is part of a new approach to investing the paper with added resources, editorial staff and a more energetic approach to reaching metro Detroit readers. A search for a new editor and additional staff writers for Detroit Metro Times will begin going forward.

Euclid Media Group also owns alternative newsweeklies in San Antonio, Texas, and Orlando, Fla., acquired in the same deal as the Cleveland and Detroit weeklies.

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