AP Ups Terence Hunt To D.C. Deputy Bureau Chief
January 7, 2011 at 11:25 AM (PT)
ASSOCIATED PRESS Sr. Editor TERENCE HUNT, a former WHITE HOUSE correspondent, has been named Deputy Bureau Chief in WASHINGTON. HUNT, a former assistant bureau chief, will help WASHINGTON bureau chief SALLY BUZBEE manage AP's largest bureau, working in a central multimedia newsroom closely integrated with AP's radio, video and interactive teams and collaborates daily with AP bureaus throughout the U.S. and the world.
HUNT covered the WHITE HOUSE for 25 years, from RONALD REAGAN's presidency through GEORGE W. BUSH's administration. HUNT left the WHITE HOUSE for three years in 2001 to become assistant bureau chief and then returned to covering the president.