Vermont Business Magazine Vermont Public Radio has announced that journalist Mark Davis will join VPR as Assistant News Director early next month. Davis will be a leader in shaping VPR's news coverage and long-term reporting projects, helping VPR refine and strengthen our reporting In the coming year, Davis will also play a role in helping us improve how Vermont Edition, Brave Little State and the newsroom work together to cover important and pressing issues across the state.
"I have always admired Vermont Public Radio, and I have a lot of respect for the many VPR staffers I have gotten to know in my time as a reporter in this state,” Davis said. “Some of the most powerful and innovative journalism today is coming from public radio stations, and I think this is a particularly exciting time to join VPR and help produce rich storytelling and in-depth news across its many platforms."
"We have long admired Mark's reporting at Seven Days - he's written deeply and movingly on so many issues in our state, particularly around criminal justice,” said VPR News Director Sarah Ashworth. “I'm excited for him to be part of our team because of his strong background in journalism, but also because I think he'll be someone who will help us develop deeper and more meaningful coverage of Vermont.”
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Source: VPR Colchester. 12.5.2018