Rob Curley

Rob Curley (born January 10, 1971)[1] is the former President and Executive Editor of Greenspun Interactive, the new-media division of the Las Vegas Sun and Greenspun Media Group. Curley has been distinguished for his work in hyperlocal convergence journalism. He left the Sun in May 2012 to pursue other interests. Since 2016 Curley has been the editor for the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington.

Naples Daily News

Prior to joining the Las Vegas Sun in June 2008, Curley was the Vice President of Product Development for Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive for two years. Curley was brought on to the WPNI staff on October 2, 2006.[2]

Prior to moving to the Washington Post, Rob Curley was the Director of New Media/Convergence of the Naples Daily News between 2005 and 2006.

With his team of Eric Moritz (programmer), Levi Chronister (site manager), and Kori Rumore (designer), they redesigned the award-winning Under Curley's leadership and the hard work of Ellyn Angelotti (online sports editor), picked up a NAA Digital Edge award for "Most Innovative Multimedia Storytelling" in February, 2006 for its high school sports coverage.[3]

The Naples Daily News' main site,, was relaunched in January, 2006 with much of the same team, Eric Moritz (programmer), Levi Chronister (site manager), and Todd Soligo (designer). Under Curley's leadership, received an Editor & Publisher Eppy Award for "Best Internet News Service (fewer than one million unique visitors per month) in 2006".[4]


  1. Hirschman, David (July 1, 2009). "SO WHAT DO YOU DO, ROB CURLEY, PRESIDENT/EXECUTIVE EDITOR, GREENSPUN INTERACTIVE?". Mediabistro. Retrieved December 2, 2014.
  2. Ducq, Alice (2006). "Converged-Media Visionary Rob Curley Joins Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive" (Press Release). Washingtonpost. Newsweek Interactive. Retrieved 2007-04-27.
  3. "Nominated for three Digital Edge awards in the Newspaper Association of America contest, brings home the gold" (Press Release). Naples Daily News. 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
  4. " Awards and Honors" (Press Release). Naples Daily News. 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
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