Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Longtime Observer writer Robert Wilonsky moves to Dallas Morning News
He's been at the Observer for more than 20 years.
The Dallas Morning News has hired Dallas Observer writer and editor Robert Wilonsky to be assistant digital managing editor.
Wilonsky has worked for the Observer since 1991. He became editor of Unfair Park, a blog of the Observer, in 2006. Wilonsky even has a Wikipedia page.
He got his career start at the Dallas Times Herald, which folded in 1991 after the Morning News bought it.
"I am profoundly honored to join The Dallas Morning News and its small army's [sic] worth of writers and editors whose passion for understanding Dallas I share," said Wilonsky in a press release. "I am proud to be part of this company at such a key moment in its history, as The News moves to reinvent its online presence to offer the very vitality, urgency and intimacy readers demand."
Wilonsky will write in addition to overseeing content on dallasnews.com.
Source: Dallas Morning News
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