Josiah Bartlett Center promotes Bosse to Vice President for Media
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The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy today announced the promotion of Grant Bosse to Vice President for Media. In his new role, Bosse will direct the Center’s communications efforts, as well as supervise production of The Josiah Bartlett Report Podcast and The Cloakroom Video Magazine. Bosse will continue his duties as Editor of New Hampshire Watchdog.
“Grant Bosse has demonstrated a unique ability to communicate the principles of freedom and open government in a compelling and interesting way,” said Center Chairman Rich Ashooh. “As Vice President for Media, Grant will help share our research and analysis on New Hampshire public policy issues with New Hampshire’s press corps, on our own multimedia platforms, and through our social media networks.”
Bosse joined the Josiah Bartlett Center in 2008 to launch New Hampshire Watchdog. He was a reporter and anchor at radio stations WGIR and WTSL, winning dozens of awards from the New Hampshire Associated Press Broadcasters Association and the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, including Best Newscast and Best Election Coverage. He also worked on the staffs of the New Hampshire House and U.S. Senator John Sununu.
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