OnMilwaukee.com hires veteran journalist Eugene Kane
MILWAUKEE – OnMilwaukee.com, Milwaukee's daily magazine, announced today the hiring of Eugene Kane as senior writer and columnist. Kane will join the award-winning publication on Feb. 4.
Kane is a former metro columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A veteran columnist and blogger, he has won several prestigious national journalism awards, including two first place National Headliner Awards for Best Local Column as well as first place for Best General Column from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Kane is a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of Temple University.
"I'm really excited to continue my career in media at OnMilwaukee.com," said Kane. "Digital is the future of the media business, and I'm glad to join a great team that has already proven they know how to do online journalism right."
"I'm also looking forward to continuing my relationship with Milwaukee readers," he said.
"We're thrilled to welcome an experienced journalist like Eugene," said OnMilwaukee.com Publisher Andy Tarnoff. "He will help tell the great Milwaukee stories we write every day. His addition will welcome new audiences while delivering even more quality content to our already loyal readers."
OnMilwaukee.com is a digital media company that publishes Milwaukee's only daily online magazine and several niche sites. It's the winner of the prestigious Editor & Publisher 2012 EPPY Award for "Best Entertainment Website." Its mission is simple: create amazing media and move Milwaukee forward.
Congrats! Thank goodness there is an alternative news outlet. The Milw Urinal is done.... I see the bigot's are following Eugene again.. Just like the hounds they are.. Milwaukee would be a much better place if it could get rid of those suburban parasites. Roll up the freeways or divert them to the south...
I look forward to reading your articles....welcome!
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