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What does AME stand for?

AME stands for Assistant Managing Editor

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Carlene Peterson has been named executive editor; previously, she was assistant managing editor for news at GateHouse's Chicago My Suburban Life group (Downers Grove Reporter, et al.
org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed By Evan Smith I'm thrilled to announce that Mark Miller - most recently the editorial director of Newsweek and the editor of Newsweek Digital, and previously an assistant managing editor for Sunday and enterprise reporting at the Dallas Morning News - has agreed to join the Trib's staff in mid-December in the newly created position of editor.
Whitney, who works in his spare time as an assistant managing editor of the New York Times when he is not searching out, and playing, pipe organs around the world, vividly brings that era to life.
Ward was associated with the Inquirer for 19 years, progressively serving as South Jersey editor, assistant managing editor, assistant to the publisher and, from 1996 to 2001, managing editor.
Schneider, senior national correspondent and a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who says he's "gonna follow my woman," will write and direct projects as deputy assistant managing editor for projects.