Meet PSNE's current president, Cedric Kurtz, assistant managing editor, special projects, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Kurtz has been at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette since 1984. During that time, he worked on the copy desk, the city desk, ran the suburban editions, was assistant managing editor for news, ran the copy desks and most currently the assistant managing editor, special projects, where he is heavily involved in newsroom technology. He writes a technology column, blog and video podcast. Before coming to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, he spent 10 years at the Lebanon Daily News, leaving as city editor.
Read the 2013-14 President's Column
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