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One big name in local charity salaries was missing from a list of nonprofit chief executives paid more than $200,000, compiled recently by U-T San Diego. Hugh M. Davies, CEO and the David C. Copley director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, received total compensation of $451,908 during the 12-month reporting period ending June 2012, the latest for which information is available. That would place him just below the U-T’s number 23, San Ysdiro Health Center chief Edward Martinez ($457,190) and above 24th ranked Melissa Hayden-Cook of Sharp Health Plan ($444,089).

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... San Diego State University’s broadcast operation, KPBS, is looking for a new digital editor, something of a cross between a reporter and online cheerleader, judging from a recent “help wanted” posting. “The Digital Editor should understand how to leverage social networks to enhance the reporting process itself, cultivating sources and building buzz around projects as they roll out online, on TV and the radio. The DE helps grow and diversify the audience across social networks, online and on-air, connecting readers with our content and engaging them in conversation.”

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One big name in local charity salaries was missing from a list of nonprofit chief executives paid more than $200,000, compiled recently by U-T San Diego. Hugh M. Davies, CEO and the David C. Copley director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, received total compensation of $451,908 during the 12-month reporting period ending June 2012, the latest for which information is available. That would place him just below the U-T’s number 23, San Ysdiro Health Center chief Edward Martinez ($457,190) and above 24th ranked Melissa Hayden-Cook of Sharp Health Plan ($444,089).

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... San Diego State University’s broadcast operation, KPBS, is looking for a new digital editor, something of a cross between a reporter and online cheerleader, judging from a recent “help wanted” posting. “The Digital Editor should understand how to leverage social networks to enhance the reporting process itself, cultivating sources and building buzz around projects as they roll out online, on TV and the radio. The DE helps grow and diversify the audience across social networks, online and on-air, connecting readers with our content and engaging them in conversation.”

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