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

If there was a move in your department or you made a move during December that needs to be included, you can contact Erik Hall at hallerik7@gmail.com.

  • Kristie Ackert left her sports writer role at the New York Daily News.
  • Patrick Andres joined Sports Illustrated as a breaking news writer.
  • Peter Burtnett became sports editor at The Daily Nonpareil in Council Bluffs, Iowa. He takes over for Peter Huguenin
  • McClain Baxley announced he was laid off by the Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald, where he was a sports writer. 
  • Mike Carmin departed from his sports writer role at the Journal & Courier in Lafayette, Indiana.
  • Dan Dakich parted ways with WFNI-FM 107.5, where he hosted “The Dan Dakich Show.” 
  • Andrew Destin moved to cover the Pittsburgh Penguins and Pirates for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  • Nathan Dominitz announced he was laid off by the Savannah (Georgia) Morning News, where he was a sports content editor. 
  • Chris “The Bear” Fallica joined FOX Sports. He was previously with ESPN. 
  • George Guido announced his retirement as a sports columnist at TribLive.com in Pittsburgh. 
  • Jamie Hancock started as the assistant sports editor at the Dallas Morning News. 
  • Kim Jones joined Newsday to cover the New York Giants. 
  • Andy Kostka began covering the Orioles for The Baltimore Banner. He was previously with The Baltimore Sun. 
  • Joe Kraus started covering high school and college sports for the Niagara Falls (New York) Gazette.
  • Shreyas Laddha joined the Kansas City Star as a Kansas Jayhawks reporter. 
  • Evan Lepak announced his departure as a sports reporter at The Goshen (Indiana) News.
  • Hendrix Magley departed from his sports reporter role at the Evansville (Indiana) Courier & Press.
  • Gus Martin started covering Ball State athletics for The Star Press in Muncie, Indiana. 
  • Dan McLaughlin parted ways with Bally Sports Midwest, where he broadcast the St. Louis Cardinals and college basketball.
  • Joshua Miller departed from his sports reporter role at the Anderson (South Carolina) Independent-Mail. 
  • Mike Miller left his sports editor role at the Ojai (California) Valley News. 
  • Nate Mink received a promotion to managing producer for sports at The Syracuse (New York) Post-Standard. 
  • Molly Morrison started working for the Bleacher Report social team. 
  • Dave Purpura joined the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch to cover high school sports. He was previously with ThisWeek Community News based out of Columbus, Ohio. 
  • Wayne Randazzo became the Los Angeles Angels’ new play-by-play broadcaster. He was previously the New York Mets’ radio play-by-play broadcaster. 
  • Holly Roberts began a role as sports editor at the Ojai (California) Valley News. 
  • Connor Ryan left his role covering the Bruins for Boston Sports Journal.
  • Abby Schnable parted ways with the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison, Wisconsin. 
  • Garth Shanklin departed from his sports editor role at The Clermont Sun in Batavia, Ohio. 
  • Ross Shinberg became the regional sports editor at the North Scott Press in Eldridge, Iowa. 
  • Joe Sirera announced his retirement as a sports reporter at the Greensboro (North Carolina) News & Record. 
  • Joe Spears joined On3 to cover football recruiting. He was previously with the Tennessean in Nashville. 
  • Ashlyn Sullivan joined NBC Sports Philadelphia as a studio host for Flyers coverage. 
  • Josh Thomson announced he was laid off by The Journal News in White Plains, New York.
  • Justine Ward began working for Big Ten Network as an in-studio host for college basketball. 
  • Gordon Wittenmyer parted ways with NBC Sports Chicago, where he covered the Chicago Cubs. 
  • Lynn Worthy announced he is joining the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to cover the Cardinals. He was previously with the Kansas City Star. 
  • ESPN added Tom Crean as a college basketball analyst. David Jacoby parted ways with ESPN, where he was part of the “Jalen and Jacoby” show. Amber Wilson joined ESPN Radio as part of the “Joe & Amber” show. 
  • NBC added Curt Byrum, Brad Faxon and Smylie Kaufman to its golf coverage. 
  • The Republican Journal in Darlington, Wisconsin, added Casey Lindecrantz as sports editor after Tom Gunnell departed from that role. 
  • The San Diego (California) Union-Tribune added Ryan Finley as sports editor. He was previously with the Arizona Daily Star. Jay Posner retired as sports editor. 
  • The Tulsa (Oklahoma) World moved Kelly Hines to cover Tulsa athletics and moved Dean Ruhl to cover Oklahoma State athletics. 
  • USA Today conducted layoffs. Emily Olsen announced she was laid off as assistant sports editor. Analis Bailey announced she was laid off as a sports reporter. Rachel Axon announced she was laid off as a sports reporter.