Village Voice Publisher Miszner Out

Late last year, Village Voice editor-in-chief Donald Forst resigned on the eve of the merger with New Times. Now, Voice publisher Judy Miszner steps down. Her farewell memo follows:

Dear Colleagues,

I am writing to let you know that today is my last day as Publisher of the Village Voice. I thank all of you for making these the 7 best years of my career. During this period we have faced incredible challenges: 9/11, blackouts, a transit strike, the proliferation of free dailies and the transformation of the internet into a major competitor. Through it all, you have shown unsurpassed loyalty and commitment to the Voice.

I am confident that a successful future lies ahead for you in the new organization and wish you the best of luck. I will miss you.

Best regards,
Judy

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