Missoulian business reporter named editor of Montana's oldest magazine

Nov 05, 2013

Hats off to Jenna Cederberg, the Missoulian business reporter who was just named editor of Montana Magazine, the state's oldest publication of its kind. Meanwhile, general assignment reporter Alice Miller will assume her vacated position as Missoulian's business reporter.

"It's my last day in the @missoulian newsroom," Cederberg tweeted, adding, "I'm transitioning today to start my new gig as editor of @montanamagazine." She punctuated the tweet with the hashtag #excitement, which was understandable, really.

"You go, @jennacederberg!!!" was the reaction from Missoulian colleague Keila Szpaller.

"Very excited but going to miss getting to sit next to you each day!" Cederberg replied.

Fortunately for Cederberg, the transition won't require the hassle of moving very far; her naming is a part of a relocation process for the publication, which will now be headquartered in Missoula.

"[Y]ep, just moved upstairs," she replied to friends' queries.

"[W]ell that's very exciting," tweeted a friend. "Can't think of a journo who deserves it more."

Don’t forget - if you change jobs or move to a different news organization, be sure to email Kirsten (kirsten [at] sawhorsemedia [dot] com) so we can reflect your new title. Thanks!

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