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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Telegraph names Jim Konig as publisher

Jim S. Konig has been named publisher of The Telegraph.

Konig replaces Gregory Pohl, who has sought another position with The Telegraph’s parent company, Ogden Newspapers Inc. ...

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Jim S. Konig has been named publisher of The Telegraph.

Konig replaces Gregory Pohl, who has sought another position with The Telegraph’s parent company, Ogden Newspapers Inc.

Konig, 50, comes to Nashua from Cape Coral, Fla., where he has been advertising director of the Cape Coral Breeze, another Ogden publication.

As a regional sales manager for TV Guide in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Hawaii, Konig started his media experience in 1993 in Los Angeles.

In 1999, he acquired World Publishing Corp. in Mesa, Ariz., with six monthly publications. In five years, the company grew to 29 publications before being sold to Gannett.

“I am excited about the opportunity to serve as publisher of The Telegraph and becoming part of the Nashua community,” Konig said. “This is a great newspaper serving a great community and region. I look forward to maintaining the strong connection this newspaper has with its readers and advertisers.”

Konig said his focus will be on continuing The Telegraph’s “commitment to award-winning journalism and being the absolute best medium for print advertising and digital marketing in the southern New Hampshire market.”

Pohl became the transition publisher of The Telegraph in April when Ogden succeeded Independent Publications Inc., of Bryn Mawr, Pa., as the paper’s owner.

“In my year at the Telegraph, I have come to love New Hampshire and everyone I have met,” Pohl said Tuesday. “And while I look forward to my next assignment, one of my few regrets is leaving The Telegraph and its staff of extremely dedicated individuals.”