White named Reflector's interactive media editor

Nicholas White has been named the Reflector's interactive media editor. The new position is responsible for maintaining and expanding the Norwalk Reflector's new media offerings.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

Nicholas White has been named the Reflector's interactive media editor.

The new position is responsible for maintaining and expanding the Norwalk Reflector's new media offerings.

"As we've been transitioning the Reflector from a traditional newspaper to a modern information company with a varied portfolio, it has become increasingly apparent that we needed someone to manage the effort and drive change," Reflector Publisher Andrew Prutsok said.

"As our offerings increase it's vital that we have talented people in the right positions who are committed to serving the needs of our audience. Nick fits that description perfectly and I'm confident he will excel."

"I'm very excited about this opportunity," White said. "The new technologies out there are going to let us bring better news to people, and I can't wait to be a part of that."

White, 27, holds a bachelor's degree in English and philosophy from Haverford College and a master's degree in American studies from Columbia University. He is also professionally certified in film production by New York University.

He has previously worked in the film industry and has served as the education reporter and business writer at the Reflector since October 2005.

White has also served as the Reflector's "Web guy" since early 2006.

He lives in Norwalk with his wife, Louisa, and his dog, Hunter.

Comments

CM (Anonymous)

The DAW school of management says to give employees a title instead of a raise.

Joe F (Anonymous)

Congratulations on the new position and best wishes for much success!

Currently, Mr. White's column brings a unique and thoughtful perspective to the pages of the Reflector.

It's a pleasure to see hard work and creativity being rewarded.