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Pete Corson

Audience specialist

Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise team. He previously worked in the same capacity for the MyAJC.com homepage, Projects & Strategic teams; as a Mobile Technology Producer, where he helped develop the AJC's iPad app; as a website Producer, serving as a channel manager for accessAtlanta.com; and as a Producer for ajc.com's strategic channels. Before that, he was a Page Designer for the Editorial department, designing the @issue and Atlanta & the World sections for the paper. He has worked at the AJC since 1998.

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Posted: 3 days ago

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The mayor’s race
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4:00 AM Saturday, May. 06, 2017

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Photos: Atlanta’s long string of black mayors
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