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'Gazette' welcomes new editor



She moved back after 14 years at the Tulsa World, where
she worked in a variety of capacities over the years, most recently as
music journalist, reviewer and blogger for the area’s burgeoning concert

journalistic work experience includes news, breaking news, feature and
news feature reporting, investigative journalism, news photography,
videography, blogging, page design and marketing spanning more than two
decades in Oklahoma.

“Jennifer’s skills and experience herald a dynamic continuation of Oklahoma Gazette’s independent, cutting-edge journalism,” said Oklahoma Gazette Publisher Bill Bleakley. “As we expand Oklahoma Gazette’s print and digital presence in Central Oklahoma, we could not have made a better choice for our editor-in-chief.”

She has worked with the Enid News and Eagle, Tulsa World, Broken Arrow Ledger, Edmond Evening Sun and other publications. She
also interned for CNN to help cover the aftermath of the 1995 bombing
of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Chancellor replaces longtime Gazette employee
Phil Bacharach, who worked his way up through the weekly publication
since 1993 and was its editor-in-chief for two years. He will continue
as a freelance reporter with Oklahoma Gazette while working fulltime as a public relations specialist in the city.

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