Today’s header photo taken by Vince Lovergine of WIBW in Kansas City.

These are people who were “On the Move” during October 2022. They have made professional moves in sports media.

If there was a move in your department or you made a move during October that is not included, you can contact Erik Hall at hallerik7@gmail.com.

  • Lindsey Adler joined the Wall Street Journal as its national baseball reporter. She was previously with The Athletic. 
  • Mark Anderson started as The Associated Press sports reporter in Las Vegas. He was previously with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. 
  • Michelle Beadle ended her podcast with The Athletic. 
  • Ryan Black left his sports reporter role at the Lansing (Michigan) State Journal and now covers the University of Kentucky for the Louisville Courier-Journal. 
  • Zoe Collins Rath started a role as sports betting digital editor for NOLA.com. 
  • Lydia Craver joined The Charlotte Observer as sports editor. 
  • Josh Criswell departed his role covering Wyoming athletics for the Laramie (Wyoming) Boomerang and Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune Eagle. 
  • Joe Dandron left his high school sports reporter role at The Greenville (South Carolina) News. 
  • Bennett Durando started covering the Colorado Avalanche for The Denver Post. He previously covered Auburn for the Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser.
  • Wayne Epps Jr. left his sports reporter role at the Richmond (Virginia) Times-Dispatch. 
  • Lyndsey Gough started as the sports anchor at WKYT-TV in Lexington, Kentucky. She was previously with WTOC-TV in Savannah, Georgia. 
  • Andrew Grimm became the sports editor at the Herald-Star in Steubenville, Ohio. 
  • Ed Guzman began the role of deputy sports editor at the Los Angeles Times. 
  • Chris Harris joined the New Britain (Connecticut) Herald as sports editor. 
  • Ronald Harrod Jr. started covering high school sports for The Roanoke (Virginia) Times. 
  • Rick Hummel announced his retirement from covering the St. Louis Cardinals for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
  • Ian Kenyon became deputy managing editor at The 33rd Team. He was previously the NFL associate editor at Bleacher Report. 
  • Drew King joined Power Mizzou as the Missouri Tigers basketball beat writer. 
  • Chris Korman started as sports editor at The Baltimore (Maryland) Banner. 
  • Colton McWilliams began a new role as the sports editor at the Sam Marcos (Texas) Daily Record. 
  • Mike Meiler left his sports editor role at the Niagara Gazette and Lockport Union-Sun & Journal in Niagara Falls, New York. 
  • Michael Pina joined The Ringer to cover the NBA. He was previously with Sports Illustrated. 
  • Dennis Silva II started covering high school sports for the Houston Chronicle.
  • Richard Silva joined The Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser to cover Auburn sports.  
  • Nick Suss joined The Tennessean in Nashville, Tennessee, to cover the Tennessee Titans. He was previously with the Clarion Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi.
  • Dylan Svoboda started a new role as sports betting editor at the New York Post. 
  • Steve Virgen departed his role as assistant sports editor at the Albuquerque (New Mexico) Journal. He joined The Bakersfield Californian as a writer and editor for feature/lifestyle stories.
  • Tom Westerholm left his role covering the Celtics for the Boston Globe. 
  • ESPN added Melissa Caskey as deputy NFL editor. Tasha Stewart joined ESPN’s Andscape as senior HBCU editor. Jon Sciambi is set to replace Dan Shulman doing World Series broadcasts on ESPN Radio in 2023. 
  • FOX added Michael Cohen to cover Big Ten football and basketball. He was previously with the Detroit Free Press. Austin Green began a role at FOX Sports as a trending editor.
  • TNT/Bleacher Report added Chris Haynes to cover the NBA. He was previously with Yahoo. Jackie Powell announced that Bleacher Report did not renew her contract to cover women’s basketball. 
  • Yahoo Sports added Callie Lawson-Freeman as a writer, and Cassandra Negley started covering women’s sports.