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Rich Boehne, the former Cincinnati Post business reporter and business editor who has served as president and CEO of parent Scripps since 2008, will retire in the second half of next year.

Boehne, 60, was elected chairman of the E.W. Scripps Company board in 2013. He is expected to remain as chairman, the company announced Wednesday.

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Finally, it's official: The Cincinnati Enquirer/Cincinnati.com and WXIX-TV/Fox19Now.com newsrooms will share "select coverage of local stories, video and photo content" and Fox 19 weather forecasts, the companies announced in a joint statement today.

In May, I broke the news that the Enquirer and Fox 19 were talking about a news partnership.

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It's a sad day in Cincinnati Enquirer history. The President & Publisher office at 312 Elm Street is empty. Closed. Decommissioned for now.

On Friday, administrative assistant Marianne Navin moved downstairs to the Human Resources department. Last week, Gannett transferred her boss, Enquirer Media President & Publisher Richard A. Green, to New Jersey. He's now vice president/news and editor of The Record newspaper in Bergen, and supervising the newly acquired North Jersey Media Group.  No new publisher was named when Green was re-assigned Aug. 29.

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After only 18 months, Cincinnati Enquirer President and Publisher Richard A. Green is heading to Gannett's newly acquired North Jersey Media Group, which includes The Record newspaper of Bergen County and many readers in the heavily populated region west of New York City.

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Update at 3:10 p.m.: Enquirer President and Publisher Rick Green says that Enquirer Media is "always looking at different kinds of adjustments to our budgets," but eliminating covering Reds road games in September is "a ridiculous notion."

Green was reacting to my blog post at 12:18 p.m. today (below) saying Enquirer editors were considering not traveling with the Reds to away games in September. The proposal had been mentioned to Reds beat writers C. Trent Rosecrans and Zach Buchanan in the past week, I'm told.

"I don't have any plans to stop covering Reds games on the road. The Cincinnati Reds are a franchise topic, not just in Cincinnati but throughout Reds country," Green said.

When I asked if there had been internal discussions to skip some road games, Green said: "It would be foolish to stop covering the Reds on the road."

So I asked if there was talk about cutting back on Reds' travel expenses, and he said:

"We're always looking at different kinds of adjustments to our budgets, just as we did 25 years ago, when we'd consider whether we'd be sending someone to LA for the TV press tour, or look at other travel. We're always having discussions about our budget, and about cutting back expenses."

Original post at 12:18 p.m. Monday Aug 1:  I'm hearing that Enquirer editors are considering not covering all Reds road games in September – and that beat writers C. Trent Rosecrans and Zach Buchanan are pushing back against the idea.

It would be the first time since before World War II that the Enquirer baseball writers would not be traveling with the Reds during the season, according to my knowledge of Enquirer history.

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