Jennifer Marsh resigns as publisher of Baltimore City Paper

Long history with local publication comes to an end

July 24, 2013|By David Zurawik | The Baltimore Sun

Jennifer Marsh is out as publisher of the Baltimore City Paper after almost two years on the job.

She resigned Monday, according to a statement from Times-Shamrock Communications, the Scranton-based company that owns the publication.

"Jennifer has been a valuable member of the City Paper team for many years," Scott Lynett, CEO of Times-Shamrock, said in a statement announcing the resignation. "We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors."

Michael Wagner, regional publisher for Times-Shamrock, will step in as interim publisher, according to the company statement.

Marsh was named publisher in August 2011, according to a report in an Association of Alternative Newsmedia publication. That report says she started at the City Paper in 1988 as an editorial intern.

Marsh was general sales manager for Times-Shamrock at the time of her apppointment as publisher in 2011, the AAN report says.

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