Mark Shenefelt’s career at the Standard-Examiner has come full circle.
Mark came to the newspaper in 1985 as a political reporter after a distinguished decade with the UPI wire service in Idaho. He then served as city editor, assistant managing editor and acting managing editor before taking on the assignment as online manager for the paper’s fledgling new media division in 1995.
Now, Mark returns to the newsroom (aka content center) as managing editor, replacing Dave Greiling, who retired last month. While the title is the same, a lot has changed in the job responsibilities for the managing editor. But Mark’s diverse background fits well as the newspaper integrates more digital functions in its news and content- creation responsibilities.