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Kyle Massey

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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

TV Academy Chapter to Honor Pitcock, Foley, Long and Short

Next month will bring a Little Rock reunion for four longtime Arkansas broadcast journalists when Jim Pitcock, Lew Short, Carolyn Long and Larry Foley are honored by the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. read more >

Before Signing Off, Doug Krile Reflects on Varied Broadcasting Career

Former anchor Doug Krile is retiring next month after seven years as executive director, determined to travel and fully recuperate from a colon cancer struggle that began two years ago. read more >

KTHV Hires UA Grad as Sports Anchor

KTHV has named a new sports anchor from Colorado via Casper, Wyoming, but she knows how to call the Hogs. read more >

KATV to Break Ground With Afternoon Lifestyle Show

"Good Morning Arkansas" has been good indeed for KATV — so good that the Little Rock ABC affiliate will be expanding the news, talk and lifestyle format with a live and local 3 p.m. show. read more >

Rex Nelson, Who's Done it All, Is Back as a Face of the D-G

Rex Nelson is "home again," doing what he likes best. "That's traveling around and writing about Arkansas," he says. read more >

MCNA CEO's Political Gifts in Arkansas

Dr. Jeffrey Feingold, CEO of MCNA, the Florida company selected as one of two vendors to administer a dental HMO program for Arkansas Medicaid patients, donated to the campaigns of these Arkansas legislative candidates in 2016. read more >

Facing Lawsuit, Procurement Chief Says There's No Appealing His Rulings in Protests

Arkansas Procurement Director Edward Armstrong's answer to being sued over a ruling that gave a fourth-place bidder a major state contract boils down to four words: His word is final. So far, the law seems to agree with him. read more >

CJRW Offers 3 Top Tips on Saving Companies' Reputations

What keeps company chieftains up at night? Financial risks, of course, but also risks to their companies' reputations, Mark Raines told tourism marketing professionals last week at the Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock. read more >

A Reporter Is Beaten; Arkansans Can Relate

Arkansas Democrat photographer Will Counts captured the beating of newspaper reporter L. Alex Wilson outside Central High School in 1957, and his images stunned viewers then and have embarrassed Arkansas for 60 years. read more >

Iconic Sportswriter Harry King Loses Column With GateHouse

Harry King, the veteran journalist who has covered Arkansas sports for more than 50 years, learned Friday that his three-times-a-week column for GateHouse Media has been discontinued. read more >

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