Former Editor-at-Large and Tatler Editor for PJ Media Bryan Preston has accepted the position of digital media director for George P. Bush and the Texas General Land Office.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush today announced Bryan Preston will serve as the Digital Media Director for the Texas General Land Office. Preston’s varied professional experience includes radio news production, the U.S. Armed Forces and blogging for major news commentary websites. Preston’s extensive career in a variety of media including Web development and online publishing will be instrumental in leading the agency’s digital outreach efforts.
“Bryan Preston’s professional experience is broad and far reaching, from serving in the military to innovation in news media,” said Commissioner Bush. “I am honored Bryan is bringing his passion for policy promotion and talent for innovative digital strategies to help me serve the people of Texas.”
“I am honored to be asked by George P. Bush to execute his vision for digital strategies at the GLO,” Preston said. “As a fellow veteran, I understand his passion for helping those who served in our nation’s military to transition to life following active duty. We are also both fathers and as such I share his dedication to leveraging responsible energy development to increase the Permanent School Fund for our children’s education. I am excited to join him in serving the people of Texas.”
Bryan spent four productive years at PJ Media, not only launching the Tatler but also ramrodding PJ Media’s election portal, The Grid. He was a prolific writer while here whose output was astonishing.
We, his friends and former colleagues, wish him all the best in his new job.