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Salaries reported for St. Petersburg Times, Poynter Institute executives

Salaries of four executives at the St. Petersburg Times and the Poynter Institute for Media Studies were reported in a document filed with the Internal Revenue Service.

Paul C. Tash, chairman, CEO and editor of the Times, was paid $570,836 in 2007. Marty Petty, publisher and executive vice president, received $468,328. Jana L. Jones, chief financial officer, received $279,208. Karen Brown Dunlap, president of the Poynter Institute, received $260,806.

The newspaper and its affiliated publications make up Times Publishing Co., which is owned by the Poynter Institute, a school for professional and student journalists. Times Publishing is a private company that pays taxes on its profits and pays dividends to the Poynter Institute. The school, based in St. Petersburg, is a nonprofit and therefore makes certain annual reports to the IRS.

All the executives whose salaries were reported are officers or trustees of the Poynter Institute.

Salaries reported for St. Petersburg Times, Poynter Institute executives 05/16/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 5:45pm]
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