Dallas Morning News promotes Bush to editorial page editor
Veteran Dallas Morning News journalist Rudolph Bush has been appointed editorial page editor and vice president at the paper.
He recently served as deputy editorial page editor, and before that, as Dallas and enterprise editor, editorial writer/columnist and reporter. He has also been serving as director of journalism at The University of Dallas.
Bush has also worked at The Chicago Tribune for 6 years, holding the posts of federal courts reporter and national correspondent.
Grant Moise, president and publisher of The Dallas Morning News said:
“We looked for both great leadership traits and for a great journalist. Rudy has done great work in the last few years as deputy editorial page editor and he had an X-factor — not many people know this city like he does.”