Fusfoo is pleased to announce that former CEO and President of the Associated Press, Tom Curley, has agreed to serve on the Advisory Board for Fusfoo High School Digital Network. Through the Fusfoo platform, Curley will assist in shaping today's high school journalism students.
Tom Curley started his journalism career during high school while playing for his high school basketball team. He covered the team for his local newspaper, starting a journalism career that would later flourish into levels of unparalleled success. Tom served as a Senior Vice President of Gannett Co., Inc., publisher of over 100 newspapers, including the paper he helped to create, USA Today. He served as President and Publisher of USA Today before moving to The Associated Press as President and CEO. He retired in 2012 after 9 years at the Associated Press.
“Fusfoo is uniquely positioned to discover today’s talented journalists. While the platform enables students to express themselves on behalf of their school, it provides future journalists a chance to both discover their interests and develop a portfolio of work while they are in high school. This takes a school newspaper story and gives it a chance to be consumed across the country.” – Tom Curley
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