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 In CL022, "Susan Miller Named President of Monterey Herald," moved July 27, the stock symbol for Scripps Howard Broadcasting was incorrectly attributed to Scripps Howard. There should be no stock symbol in the release.
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 SUSAN MILLER NAMED PRESIDENT OF MONTEREY HERALD
 CINCINNATI, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Susan H. Miller today was named president and editor of Scripps Howard's newest daily newspaper, The Monterey County Herald in northern California. In assuming the position, she's returning to her native state and active newspaper publishing.
 As Scripps Howard Newspaper's vice president/editorial since 1990, Miller has advised editors of the 20 Scripps newspapers on content, personnel management, strategic planning and budgeting. She has also edited monthly how-to newsletters for editors and general managers. The popularity of her work has resulted in numerous requests from outside the company, and the newsletters are now also distributed to other newspaper executives in the U.S. and Europe.
 The appointment was made by William R. Burleigh, executive vice president of Scripps Howard. He said, "Susan Miller has done a splendid job in helping all Scripps Howard newspapers reach new levels of quality. Now she is being assigned her own newspaper, which is the ultimate career dream of any newspaper person."
 Miller, 48, joined Scripps Howard in 1985 as director of editorial development. She's since gained industry-wide recognition for her research on the needs of readers, with special emphasis on how to attract working women and the young.
 From 1981-85 she was executive editor of The News-Gazette in Champaign, Ill. Under her leadership The News-Gazette won the national Associated Press Managing Editors public service award for newspapers under 50,000 circulation.
 She began her newspaper career in 1976 as a military reporter at The Sun in Bremerton, Wash., a member of the John P. Scripps Newspaper group, which has since joined Scripps Howard. She went on to become news/features editor at The Sun. In 1980 she became night city editor at The Peninsula Times Tribune in Palo Alto, Calif., and a year later she moved to Champaign.
 Earlier, she taught English to Moroccan students through the U.S. Information Service in Rabat, Morocco. She also served as an information officer for schools in Maryland and California, and analyzed and critiqued more than 300 research projects on media-government relations as a member of the communications staff at Stanford University.
 Miller received a Ph.D. in communication from Stanford in 1976, where her dissertation title was, "Congress and the News Media: Coverage, Collaboration and Agenda-Setting." She also has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University, where she was graduated with honors in 1969, and a bachelor's degree in communication from Stanford in 1966. In addition, she has studied French at Harvard University and completed the executive development program at the University of Michigan.
 She's a member of the Newspaper Association of America convention arrangements committee, the American Society of Newspaper Editors Writing Awards Board and nominations committee, and the editorial board of the Newspaper Research Journal. She is also a member of the Newspaper Marketing Bureau of the International Federation of Newspaper Publishers, and an associate of the National Press Foundation.
 Miller has served as a Pulitzer Prize nominating juror and as a board member of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Associated Press Managing Editors, New Directions for News and Washington Journalism Center.
 She is married to Allen C. Miller III, a consulting decision analyst with Applied Decision Analysis of Menlo Park, Calif., a company he co- founded in 1977.
 The Herald was founded in 1922 and is Monterey County's largest daily newspaper with a circulation of 37,000 weekdays and 39,000 Sundays. It was acquired by Scripps Howard Dec. 31, 1992. Scripps Howard publishes 20 daily newspapers, operates nine television stations and has cable systems with 679,000 subscribers.
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 /CONTACT: Sue Porter, corporate communications, Scripps Howard, 513- 977-3030/


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