FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TORONTO, Dec. 17, 2018 – Kaela Johnson, current Editor-in-Chief is resigning from the position as of Jan. 1, 2019. Eli Ridder, the founder of The Avro Post and original Editor-in-Chief will resume the position.
Johnson will remain on the board in a newly appointed position as Chief Communications Officer (CCO). The main responsibilities of the CCO are managing the publication’sPublic Relations efforts including internal and external communications, writing media kits, managing crises and responding to queries.
“Kaela Johnson has served with distinction as the acting editor-in-chief. Johnson oversaw a growing and evolving media team, and significantly enhanced our professional presence, such as through the staff photo promotion,” says Eli Ridder. “I look forward to working with her in the newly-formed role as Chief Communications Officer as we continue into the new year.”
Johnson became the Editor-in-Chief in early July as Ridder was taking the semester off to focus on his City Council campaign in Guelph, ON
Current members of the board are as follows:
- Melissa Lopez-Martinez – GH Editor
- Jacob Argintaru –News Editor
- Amanda Naccarato –Life Editor
- Shehroz Asad – Director of Social Media
Read more about the staff here.
About The Avro Post
The Avro Post, formerly known as The GH Post was launched on Oct. 16, 2017 by founding editor Eli Ridder. The Avro Post is dedicated to producing breaking, developing and in-depth stories that are unbiased, accurate and newsworthy on the campus of the University of Guelph-Humber, with some coverage extended to Humber College’s North and Lakeshore campuses.
For any questions or concerns, please contact Kaela Johnson, by e-mail at email@example.com or on our website. ■
Twitter kicks The Avro Post due to ‘abusive purposes’
Twitter has accused The Avro Post of managing multiple Twitter accounts.
Staff | PR
Twitter kicked The Avro Post off its service on Sunday after suspending the account earlier this week, claiming the profile “will not be restored” because it broke rules surrounding “managing multiple Twitter accounts for abusive purposes.”
“@TheAvroPost” was created last year with the original username “@TheGHPost” to serve as the official account for posting breaking news, stories and other notifications and was followed by over 200 accounts.
In the email notifying The Avro Post of the blocking, Twitter said that any new accounts made in an attempt to circumnavigate the suspension would result in “additional suspension(s)”.
“We have not, in any way, managed multiple Twitter accounts for abusive purposes. The only accounts owned by The Avro Post is @TheAvroPost and @TAPBreaking. The second account will now be used as our main,” former editor-in-chief Eli Ridder said.
The Avro Post is working on finding a solution to the suspension, however, chances are slim that it can get in contact with Twitter.
More details to follow. ■
The Avro Post Twitter account suspended
Staff | Report
The Avro Post’s Twitter account was suspended on Monday evening without warning, and an appeal has been submitted to the social media company.
More details to follow. ■
Changes in leadership
The Avro Post will be undergoing some temporary changes in leadership.
Staff of The Avro Post | Press Release
The Avro Post will be undergoing some temporary changes in leadership as Editor-in-Chief, Eli Ridder is taking a leave of absence to run for City Councillor in Guelph until January.
In his absence, current Life Editor, Kaela Johnson will be the Interim Editor-in-Chief.
Melissa Lopez-Martinez will continue to be the GH Campus Editor.
New additions include Jacob Argintaru, World Editor and Amanda Naccarato, Life Editor.
The Avro Post will operate as normal and continue to report unbiased news.
Kaela Johnson, Editor-in-Chief
Melissa Lopez-Martinez, GH Campus Editor
Jacob Argintaru, World Editor
Amanda Naccarato, Life Editor ■
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