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The latest AAM report on newspaper circulation shows that The New York Times enjoyed a solid first quarter. The gains were mostly due to an ever-increasing digital audience. The Times’ total circulation (print and digital) was 2,178,674...Show More Summary
TVNewser: A video of a Baltimore man putting Geraldo Rivera and Fox New in their place has gone viral. Sometimes good things do happen. AgencySpy: Vlade Divac is back in an unexpected—yet welcomed—way. SocialTimes: Facebook is experimenting again. Everyone freak out accordingly.
The New York Times has named Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Duhigg senior editor of the Times events business. Duhigg has been with the Time since 2006. Prior to joining the Times, he was a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. “Charles...Show More Summary
Rebecca Wesson Darwin was only planning to be in New York City for a year, spurred by that all-too-common postgraduate curiosity about big city life. But an internship on the business side at GQ turned into a full-time job, then a promotion,...Show More Summary
Welcome back to another FishbowlNY Cover Battle. This round features Details taking on V Magazine. Details’ latest features Tom Hardy daring the world to take a man who wears multiple necklaces seriously. V Magazine’s Summer Issue, on...Show More Summary
You may not recognize A.J. Khubani, but if you’ve ever found yourself hypnotized by one of those “As Seen on TV” infomercials for the PedEgg, Hurricane Spin Mop and any number of personal and home products you didn’t know you needed, you’ve seen his genius at work. Show More Summary
A cold reality: Now that Style.com is being transformed in into an e-commerce site and any remaining articles are getting absorbed into Vogue.com, there isn’t really a need for editorial staffers. The axe fell after Condé Artistic Director and Vogue editor Anna Wintour met with the Style.com team. Show More Summary
Maggie Zackowitz has been named the new editor-in-chief of National Geographic Travel. She previously served as National Geographic’s director of short form content. Zackowitz has been with National Geographic for 31 years. “As a seasoned...Show More Summary
Mark Gongloff has been named digital editor of Fortune. Gongloff comes to the magazine from The Huffington Post, where he served as managing editor for business and technology. Gongloff had been with HuffPost since 2012. Gongloff was previously a reporter and markets editor for The Wall Street Journal and CNN/Money.
Multimedia Platforms Inc., an LGBT-focused company based in Fort Lauderdale, has signed a letter of intent to acquire Next magazine. From today’s announcement: “As the first Manhattan based gay lifestyle magazine to be carried on newsstands,...Show More Summary
Awful Announcing managing editor Matt Yoder has the scoop on an ugly bit of online sports journalism. For the briefest of moments Monday, the SB Nation baseball blog Halos Heaven had an ugly item posted by site editor Rev Halofan in the wake of player Josh Hamilton being dealt back to the Texas Rangers. Show More Summary
Yahoo is going all in on digital video. During its NewsFront presentation, the company unveiled plans to launch 18 new digital video shows, including a reality show from Simon Cowell and a live news show featuring Yahoo global news anchor...Show More Summary
Sports Illustrated’s latest cover is a little unusual. On one side is Floyd Mayweather. Flip the magazine over, and it’s Manny Pacquiao. When you buy the issue, note which fighter is facing up and put all your money on him to win the fight. If the boxer loses, blame SI.
The Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore continued last night, and more journalists were attacked and beaten while covering the story. Carrie Wells, a finance reporter for The Baltimore Sun, said Chris Assaf was attacked while taking pictures. “People...Show More Summary
The front page of today’s New York Times sports page is stark. There’s no art; only text. It’s a perfect match for the story that sits at the center of the page. The sports page showcases a moving piece by Dan Barry. In “A Son CallsShow More Summary
There are several intriguing tidbits in today’s Wall Street Journal article about Katie Couric that are tied to unnamed sources “familiar with the matter.” These involve Couric’s alleged annual salary as a Yahoo marquee interviewer and...Show More Summary
It’s easy to feel guilty when you freelance. Even if you spend longer than an average workday at your computer, work weekends, nights–you probably still feel you’re not doing enough. The problem may be that you are working too much,Show More Summary
The New York Daily News is losing two talented staffers. Brooklyn courts reporter Oren Yaniv and transit reporter Pete Donohue are both departing, according to Capital New York. Yaniv has worked for the Daily News since 2004. He is leaving to join the office of district attorney Ken Thompson as a senior communications officer.
Style.com’s disappearance continues. The latest sign that the style site is finished? According to WWD, Condé Nast is transforming Style.com into an e-commerce destination and folding any editorial content into Vogue.com. Style.com’s end was written on the wall last year. Show More Summary
Cecily Strong’s performance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner was impressive. Not just because she opened by saying “It just feels right to have a woman follow President Obama, doesn’t it?” Her monologue was great because she...Show More Summary