Harold W. "Hal" Fuson Esq.

Fuson, Harold

Hal Fuson retired from the newspaper business in 2009 after negotiating the sale of The San Diego Union-Tribune, concluding 26 years as an employee of the Union-Tribune’s former owner, The Copley Press. Mr. Fuson was chief legal advisor of the family-held, San Diego-based company for more than two decades.

He was previously senior staff counsel at The Times Mirror Company, where he was legal advisor to The Los Angeles Times news department, and had an 11-year career as a college journalism teacher and advisor.

Mr. Fuson played leadership roles in media trade organizations, including membership on the boards of the Newspaper Association of America, California Newspaper Publishers Association (where he was vice president and chair of the government affairs committee) and Media Law Resource Center (where he served as chair).

His work in expanding and protecting First Amendment rights has been recognized nationally by the Media Law Resource Center and by state associations in California and Illinois, including receipt of the 2010 California Newspaper Publishers Association Freedom of Information Award. In 2006, he was recognized by the California Press Association as Newspaper Executive of the Year.

Mr. Fuson earned a B.A. from Grinnell College, an M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and his J.D. from Cleveland State University.

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