Media Moves

AP biz reporter leaves for PR, teaching job

October 25, 2006

Paul Nowell, who had worked as a business writer for the Associated Press in Charlotte for the past 20 years, has left the wire service to become media relations manager at UNC-Charlotte. Nowell will also teach a business reporting class at the university this spring.

Nowell had worked for the AP since 1982, serving as a newsman, business writer and correspondent. He’s covered issues across the Carolinas, including the Jim Bakker scandal, the Rae Carruth murder case, politics, sports, business operations and natural disasters.

He received a bachelor’s degree in English from Boston College and a master’s in journalism from the University of Missouri.

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