After being apart of the purchase, the founder of NHH, Moe Rock was named to be editor in chief of The Los Angeles Tribune by the current running board.

The Los Angeles Tribune is a historic publication that currently is working to be an alternative to other options that have earned a monopoly on the news in Southern California.

Moe Rock who was part of the acquisition process with a group of investors has been named the Editor In Chief of The Los Angeles Tribune.

“The two pillars that will be reinstated to all of our writers, team and staff are simple. Integrity and authenticity. Our responsibility to the people of Southern California is sacrosanct and must be taken serious.” he said in a press release.

The news agency has several different departments including Technology, Sports, Arts, Current Events and Politics. All of the Journalists are members of the National Press Corps.

Other notable staff moves made by the board:




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