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IBJ's Schouten promoted to managing editor

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Incoming IBJ Editor Greg Andrews this week announced the appointment of Cory Schouten as managing editor.

Schouten, 31, joined IBJ as a reporter in 2006 after stints at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and the Arizona Republic. The Indianapolis native and Indiana University graduate currently covers the real estate beat, writes the Property Lines real estate blog and appears on business news updates for Fox59, IBJ's newsgathering partner.

Schouten also serves as a member of the board of governors of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, treasurer of the Indianapolis Press Club Foundation and an adjunct lecturer at the School of Journalism at IUPUI.

Andrews, the newspaper's managing editor since 2005, will succeed Editor Tom Harton in March. Harton announced plans to step down in March after 22 years on the job.

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  • Congrats!
    Congrats!
  • Congrats Cory!
    Much deserved!
  • Congratulations
    Congratulations Cory! Here's to a successful run with you and Greg at the helm of the IBJ.
  • Congratulations
    Cory...congratulations on the ME position! Great news from one IU guy to another! David
  • Good for you
    Congratulations Cory...I also enjoy Property Lines, and have followed and enjoyed your coverage on a lot of stories. Continued success.
  • me, too!
    What PJ said! (But I'll say it, too.) Congratulations, Cory! Good luck! And...I hope you get someone good to take over the Real Estate blog if you won't be able to continue it yourself. :-)
  • Congratz!
    Great News! Congratz Cory! This will be a great change. I hope you'll still be doing Property Lines, or hand that over to someone, that's one of my favorite blogs!

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