Spencer Doar

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Spencer Doar
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Occupation Head of Content Strategy
Employer 3Points Communications
Location Chicago
Personal Twitter @s_doar
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.3ptscomm.com

Spencer Doar is head of content strategy with 3Points Communications in Chicago.

He was previously an editor with John J. Lothian & Co. responsible for aggregating newsletters, original content, updating MarketsWiki.com and assisting with video production. [1] He was promoted to editor from associate editor in April of 2018.

Doar was the star of "The Spread," a humorous look at weekly options news produced by John Lothian News.

Background[edit]

Doar worked for the Arts & Entertainment desk of the Minnesota Daily from 2012 to 2014. He was the editor of the desk for one year. [2] He worked at John Lothian News from 2015 to 2019.

Education[edit]

Doar graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2014 with a degree in journalism.[3]

References[edit]

  1. Spencer Doar. John Lothian News.
  2. Spencer Doar Author Profile. Minnesota Daily.
  3. Spencer Doar. Minnesota Daily.
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