Grace Communications, Inc.,
parent of Metropolitan News Company.
Metropolitan News-Enterprise (Los Angeles);
Metropolitan News Company Newspapers;
San Bernardino Bulletin.
Metropolitan News Company
JD, University of Texas, 1970.
Co-Founder (with Jo-Ann Whitney) of Youth for [Goodwin] Knight, 1965. The campaign on behalf of Goodwin Knight's return to the governorship failed; the campaign for Miss Whitney's hand in marriage succeeded. Married, 1966.
Admitted to practice law in Texas, 1970; admitted to practice law in California, 1971. Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, Central District of California, 1974. In law practice in Los Angeles from 1972-77. As legal counsel to the Radio & Television News Assn. of Southern California in the late 1970s, gained three trial court rulings invalidating the then-state ban on televising of court proceedings.
of University High School Warrior (1959-60); editor, 1963-65
of Trojan Young Republican True Frontier, California Young Republican
College Federation True Frontier; staff writer, Los Angeles
Daily Journal, 1965; staff writer, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner,
1971-72; columnist, Los Angeles Daily Journal and Associated
Court and Commercial Newspapers, 1972-77; editor of Metropolitan
News (now Metropolitan News-Enterprise),
1977-present; publisher, Metropolitan News 1977-80; co-publisher
(with wife), 1980-present. Co-publisher, San Bernardino Bulletin.
Editor-in-chief of Metropolitan News
Company newspapers, 1991-present. In late 1970s,
was frequent contributor to the Christian Science Monitor and
provided coverage of legal events for AP Radio, UPI Audio, and Los Angeles
radio station KMPC.
Member, Greater Los Angeles Press Club, Society of Professional Journalists, Half-Norwegian (on the Mother's Side) American Bar Assn. (founder, past president).