A longtime investigative reporter at The Citizens' Voice in Wilkes-Barre has been named the newspaper's managing editor.
The appointment of Dave Janoski was announced Tuesday by Executive Editor Larry Holeva.
Janoski is an award-winning journalist with nearly 30 years of experience in Wilkes-Barre. He succeeds Holeva, who last month became executive editor of The Citizens' Voice, Standard-Speaker in Hazleton and Times-Tribune in Scranton.
Janoski has served as projects editor at The Citizens' Voice for the past six years and led the newspaper's coverage of the kids-for-cash case that sent two Luzerne County judges to federal prison in 2011. He worked from 1984 to 2006 at The Times Leader in Wilkes-Barre as a reporter and editor.
Chevrolet is dropping its Chevy Runs Deep slogan and replacing it with the new tagline Find New Roads, saying that it's better geared toward drivers outside the United States.
The General Motors Co. brand pointed to its significant overseas expansion over the past several years, noting that it's developing products for sale in more than 140 markets around the world.
Find New Roads will enable the whole company to rally around a consistent theme for the brand, and at the same time serve as an external message that works in all markets, GM marketing chief Alan Batey said in a statement.
Super Bowl ads have sold for more than $4 million for some 30-second spots for this year's game.
CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves said Tuesday that all the commercials for the NFL championship game Feb. 3 in New Orleans were sold out.
Companies paid an average of $3.5 million for a 30-second spot last year. TV's biggest event averaged more than 111 million viewers in 2012.
The entire CBS company is taking part in promoting the Super Bowl. The network's telecasts will be headquartered in New Orleans' Jackson Square. The sets will be used by 15 different shows from nine CBS divisions, from the main network to cable channels to online to radio.