Louisiana paper expands biz coverage, hires staff
The Acadiana Advocate in Lafayette, Louisiana, is expanding its business coverage online and in print with a daily email newsletter and a targeted section in the newspaper every Sunday.
A story on its website states, “Adam Daigle, the new editor for the Acadiana Business Advocate, has nearly 23 years in the newspaper business, most recently in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
“A native of Gonzales and a 1995 graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University, he’s returning to Louisiana. He and his wife, Shelly, are foster parents and have four children.
“Reporter Dan Boudreaux, a native of Opelousas and graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, covered business and government for The Houma Courier and The Daily Comet in Thibodaux before returning to Lafayette for a stint as a cameraman at KADN.
“‘Dan and I are ready to get started and reporting on the business developments in Acadiana,’ Daigle said.”
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