The Daily Gazette has appointed Miles Reed as city editor.
In his new position, Reed is responsible for all local news coverage. He oversees the work of reporters in the Gazette’s main office in Schenectady and bureaus in Saratoga and Montgomery counties. He also supervises the newspaper’s five photographers.
He succeeds the late Irv
Reed, 46, started at The Gazette as a reporter in 1995. Since then, he has worked in a variety of reporting and editing positions, most recently serving as the newspaper’s assignment editor.
“Miles cares about our communities and cares about great journalism,” said Daily Gazette Editor Judy Patrick. “His enthusiasm and dedication will help us continue to report on compelling, interesting and important news.”
A graduate of Niskayuna High School and the University at Albany, Reed lives in Saratoga Springs with his wife, Kimberly Marks Reed, and their three children.