How Lion Nation Newsroom’s new Chief Editor got its start
Posted November 20, 2018 07:03:12 Lion Nation National Newsroom (LBNN) is an award-winning, all-volunteer newsroom that covers a broad spectrum of local and national topics.
LBNN has been in existence since 2011, and was founded by Chris Kupka.
Chris Kupkas job as the news editor at LBNL has given him the ability to create a platform for our community to bring news to an audience of over one million.
He has built a strong team that is eager to grow and collaborate with other newsrooms.LBNL’s first ever editorial editor, Mark Tabor, is now the news director of LBN.
LNB has a strong editorial vision, and its content is widely shared on social media.
Chris is currently leading LBNM’s newsroom, which he started in 2011 with a vision to become a newsroom for all Lion Nation citizens.LNB’s core competency is to provide high-quality, independent news to the Lion Nation and beyond.
We are committed to providing unbiased news, and we are a community of people who want to make the most of our communities.
We are committed a community that embraces diversity, and diversity of opinion.
We will always treat people equally regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, disability, sexual harassment, gender expression, or national origin of the person.
We strive to be a place where people of all backgrounds, cultures, and races can connect, celebrate, and celebrate our Lion Nation history and culture.
We welcome all people of any beliefs and backgrounds, regardless of what their race or religion is, and regardless of the color of their skin.
Lancaster, PA (Lancasters Daily Courier)Chris Kincs news director and chief of staff, is a graduate of Penn State with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Communication Arts.
Chris has been the news reporter for LBN since 2011 and has covered many local, national, and international stories, including national and international news.
He was a founding editor of the news site LionNation, where he was instrumental in the creation of the LionNation community news portal.
Chris holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Penn State and a Masters in Journalism from Temple University.LANCASTER, PA—Chris Kintars newest hire as LBN News Director, Mark Vincke, is the editor of LionNation.com and is a former editor of LWN and the Lion Republic, where Mark has worked since the start.LINCASTER , PA—Lancestrians Daily Courier Editor, Chris Kinc, is joining LBN as the new news director.
Chris is a local resident of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
LincastriansDailyCourier Editor, Mark Kincski, is also joining LANCASTRIANCOURIER, a local news organization that is a news source for Lancaster, PA, and surrounding areas.LINCONS, OH—LINCASTORS, OH, is home to the Lincons Daily Courier, which is a publication of the LINCOS news network.
LINCASTRIA, OH is home of the Lakeshore Lincones Daily News.
LincontiastralsDailyCOUrier News Director Chris Kinkle has been with LINCORDS Daily Courier for two years.
Chris graduated from the University of Toledo with a degree in journalism and communications, where in 2012 he graduated with first place honors for coverage of the 2014 Ohio State football game, winning the LOSER award.
Chris also holds an MBA from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
He is a member of the Cleveland Clinic, where his internship in the field of sports journalism earned him a Bachelor in Sports Journalism.LINK TO OUR CANDIDATES:The LBNC is seeking a news editor who is passionate about the news industry, who will provide top-quality news and editorial, and who is able to deliver innovative and insightful content.LN will also be seeking a News Director who is committed to growing and growing the Lion Newsroom community, and will help to deliver a high quality, independent journalism.
LN has a long history of successful and innovative journalism that has garnered many awards.LONCASTER UNIVERSITY—LBN has hired a new news editor, and is looking for someone who will be a force in the LionNewsroom community.
LNCN is excited to welcome Mark Vindo as our new Chief of Staff.
Mark has been a member and longtime contributor to LBN and is well-versed in local, regional, national and global news.
Mark graduated from LBN with a BA in English Literature from LINC.
Mark holds a Masters Degree in Journalism and Communications from Lincos University.
Mark is the first LionNewsDirector to lead a news team, and