New faces in your newsroom or communication department? Let everyone know. Send your Media Moves to:


Misty Inglet is a new reporter in the Pocatello bureau; she arrives from Utah State University.

New meteorologist/reporter Paul Beam joins the staff, from Rutgers University.

New reporter Courtney Salmon comes from Paurumpt, Nev. New reporter.
Nicole Baker comes from KOCO in Oklahoma City, where she was a photographer.

Edina Macic, morning producer, moved to California to work in radio. Haley Williams, KTVB Executive Producer, is leaving on February 26 to go work for the Boise Police Department.
Carolyn Holly’s last show with KTVB was the News at Ten on Thursday, February 25.  She will become Saint Alphonsus’ Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations.
Zach Stotland, news photographer, moved to Portland to work as a news photographer for KOIN.

Lauren Johnson, who was a multimedia journalist with KIVI, has left the industry.


The Spokesman-Review
Editorial page editor Bert Caldwell has retired. Associate Editor Gary Crooks was named the next editorial page editor. Caldwell, 65, worked for The Spokesman-Review for nearly 32 years as a reporter, editor and business columnist.

Coeur d’Alene Press
Chief photographer Shawn Gust is leaving March 11 to become chief photographer of the Yakima Herald-Republic; Jake Parrish is being promoted to chief photographer to replace him.

Bethany Blitz, a recent University of Montana journalism grad, is joining the Press March 7 as a general assignment reporter.

Associated Press
Kathryn Haake is the Associated Press’s temporary legislative reporter for this year’s Idaho legislative session; she previously worked as a reporter for the Missoulian, and also worked as an AP legislative temp covering the Montana Legislature. Haake’s assignment in Idaho lasts through May; in November, she’ll start work as a congressional fellow in Washington, D.C.