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Top Strib exec to leave for Miami Herald

Posted at 10:31 AM on December 15, 2006 by Bill Wareham

From the local journalism front:

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Anders Gyllenhaal, editor and senior vice
president of the Star Tribune, is leaving the paper to take over
the Miami Herald.

Gyllenhaal's departure was announced to employees Friday by
publisher Keith Moyer.

"Anders has had a huge impact on our newsroom," Moyer said.
"I'm really going to miss him. He has a lot of talent and he is a
wonderful man."

The Miami Herald also announced the move in a story posted on
its Web site. Gyllenhaal, 55, will replace Tom Fiedler as executive
editor when Fiedler, 60, retires at the end of February.

"Anders has had a huge impact on our newsroom," Moyer said.
"I'm really going to miss him. He has a lot of talent and he is a
wonderful man."

Moyer said he hoped to name a replacement for Gyllenhaal by the
time he departs.