AP biz reporter named head of National Press Club
Mark Hamrick, the business editor for Associated Press Broadcast, has been elected the next president of the National Press Club.
An Associated Press story states, “Hamrick was elected Friday as the club’s 104th president and will be sworn in during a January event. He previously served as vice president of the 3,400-member group.
“Hamrick says he will work to grow the press club’s membership and diversity.
“For nearly 25 years, Hamrick has worked for The Associated Press. He is a national business reporter whose work encompasses video, radio and text.
“Previously, Hamrick worked at radio stations in Buffalo, N.Y., and Kansas.”
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