Quote of the Week: Debbie Hiott

Austin American-Statesman's editor on her decision to leave the paper

Quote of the Week: Debbie Hiott

"It was a tough decision, but after 28 years in this newsroom, I am ready for a new challenge."


Austin American-Statesman Editor-in-Chief Debbie Hiott, announcing to her staff her acceptance of a buyout from the new owners, GateHouse Media

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