The Los Angeles Times
has named Web strategist Nicco Mele as its new deputy publisher. “With Nicco, we truly have a digital native to help us reimagine our business and develop new
digital revenue streams,” LAT publisher Austin Beutner said on Monday. According to the newspaper, “Mele's primary role will be to craft business strategy across all digital
platforms.” Mele previously co-founded the Web consulting firm Echo & Co.
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