Class Correspondent

Mark Effron was named vice president and news director at PIX11, Tribune Broadcasting’s New York CW affiliate. Mark has more than 30 years of television-news management experience, most notably at MSNBC and Post-Newsweek. At MSNBC, as the vice president of news and daytime programming, he reorganized the daytime schedule and led the expansion of weekend programming. As vice president of news at Post-Newsweek, the broadcasting division of The Washington Post, he helped build six successful news franchises and grew the stations into market leaders. Yale Bohn joined Pepper Hamilton as a special counsel focusing on health-care law in the firm’s corporate and securities practice group in Princeton, N.J. He previously served as vice president and general counsel at Princeton HealthCare System for 10 years. Former Washington Post investigative reporter Ted Gup delivered the keynote address at The Justice Alumni Reunion and Media Conference held on the Brandeis campus in April. Ted, who has taught journalism at Case Western Reserve and Emerson, was joined by about two dozen alumni from around the country. Former Justice editors and reporters who served on panels during the two-day conference included David Zimmerman ’55, Alex Goldstein ’06, Jeffrey Greenbaum ’90, Steve Heyman ’06, Lindsay Gardner ’82, Arnie Reisman ’64, Benjamin Freed ’06, Dana Coffield ’86, Jon Fischer ’07 and Dan Hirschhorn ’06. Sandy Lakoff ’53, The Justice’s third editor, welcomed attendees at the opening cocktail reception.

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