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Spiner new executive editor at NH Union Leader; Montgomery to Sunday post
Spiner comes to the Union Leader's top news post from WMUR-TV where he has served as both news assignment editor and as a manager of the Hearst station's website and social media output.
Trent Spiner was named as Executive Editor of the New Hampshire Union Leader.
He is a former news correspondent for the Union Leader and was a reporter for the Concord Monitor.
He was chosen earlier this year as one of the Union Leader's 40 Under Forty class of distinguished young New Hampshire citizens.
"I am excited to lead such an experienced, committed and well-respected news organization," said Spiner. "We will deliver the Union Leader's standard of strong news reporting to our readers in print, in their social media timelines and their tablets and phones."
Montgomery, 58, resides in Weare with his wife. The couple has three grown children.
A former board member of the N.H. Press Association, Montgomery, like Spiner, also served as a Union Leader correspondent.
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