Jack Schnedler, deputy managing editor for features at the Arkansas Democrat' Gazette, is retiring.
What does DME stand for?
DME stands for Deputy Managing Editor
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- Data Medium Exchange (SAP interface, bank transfers)
- Data Modulation Encoder
- Decision Making Exercise
- Dell Media Experience
- Denis Mathez Entreprise (French construction company)
- Dépannage Maintenance Électricité (French: Electrical Maintenance Troubleshooting)
- Department of Medical Education (Armed Forces Institute of Pathology)
- Department of Medicine for the Elderly (UK)
- Department of Minerals and Energy
- Dependent Malic Enzyme
- Deputy Medical Examiner
- Design Management Education
- Design Management Europe
- Design Margin Evaluation
- Design Mission Effect
- Designated Medical Examiner (US FAA)
- Development, Modernization, and Enhancement
- Diabetic Macular Edema
- Dialogue, Music & Effects (from audio post-production, a type of deliverable mix)
- Diatomaceous Earth
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Organized by the Media Association and the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), the three-day workshop at the TRT Istanbul Radio Mesut Cemil Studio brings together journalists from different media organs, Sherry Ricchiardi of the Indiana University, Frank Folwell, former deputy managing editor for photography and graphics at the USA Today, Ahmet Boken, coordinator of TRT News Channel, and Alper Gormus, columnist of Taraf and Aktuel.
Editors: At the Boston Globe, Caleb Solomon has been named managing editor for news; previously, he was deputy managing editor for Page One, a job he's held since May.
Steven Mains runs The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL), and Laura Geller is deputy managing editor of strategy + business.
Deputy managing editor of the New York Daily News 1986 to 1987.
Owen Ullmann, Deputy Managing Editor for News at USA Today and TIE's long-time Executive Editor, first wrote about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the July/August 1999 issue of this magazine ("Crony Capitalism: American Style").