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Kyle Massey

Assistant Editor

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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

Eclectic Career Leads Nodelman to Stone Ward

Larry Stone wasn't looking for a new creative chieftain at Little Rock advertising agency Stone Ward, but he embraced an unexpected opportunity in the case of Jeffrey Nodelman. read more >

Women Get Foot in AEDC's Minority-Business Door

The Division of Minority & Women-Owned Business Enterprise has certified 13 women-owned businesses over three months. read more >

Working Like a Dog At Stone Ward, Playfully

Stone Ward's employees in downtown Little Rock and Chicago find that fun and games — among other amenities — leaven a stressful workload at the advertising agency. read more >

Reporter Marci Manley Turns to PR; It's Not Shocking News

After nearly a decade in TV news, including three years as a top investigative reporter at KARK/Fox 16 in Little Rock, Marci Manley left her first love, journalism, for a state public relations job that better suits her marriage and family plans. read more >

PSC Acts Quickly, Pushing Utilities to Pass On Tax Savings

The Arkansas Public Service Commission, acting on Gov. Asa Hutchinson's request, begins proceedings to determine how the utilities might pass tax savings to ratepayers. read more >

News Staff Moves at KARK, KLRT

Chanley Painter, a former Miss Arkansas USA and attorney, has joined KARK/KLRT as a full-time reporter, News Director Austin Kellerman confirmed Thursday. The addition was one of several staff moves in the stations' news division. read more >

CNN Extends Alice Stewart's Deal

CNN will be keeping a talking head from Arkansas on the air for the 2018 midterm campaigns, extending the contract of former KARK-TV, Channel 4, reporter and anchor Alice Stewart. read more >

Ex-KATV Journalist Reports From Nashville

Elisabeth Armstrong, who spent a year reporting for KATV-TV, Channel 7, before heading to the bigger market of Nashville, Tennessee, late last year, says she's enjoying her new job at WZTV, Fox17. read more >

TB&P Announces Northeast Arkansas Publication

Talk Business & Politics, Roby Brock's multimedia franchise of Arkansas business and political coverage, is set to launch a monthly tabloid newsmagazine based in Jonesboro and focused on business and political leaders in northeast Arkansas. read more >

FERC Ruling Against Propping Up Coal Plants Draws Praise

The FERC's decision to reject a plan to subsidize coal and nuclear power plants in a competitive national power market drew general approval from Arkansas energy stakeholders. read more >