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Ian Bremmer Joins Time

Ian Bremmer is joining Time as a foreign affairs columnist and editor-at-large. Bremmer is the president and founder of Eurasia Group, a political risk research and consulting firm. He is also a Global Research Professor at NYU. Bremmer...Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: Sony Pulls The Interview | 21st Century Fox Acquires TrueX

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. 9/11 Threats From Sony Hackers Cause Company to Drop The Interview (FishbowlNY) In light of the recent threats of violence from those responsible for the ongoing cyber...Show More Summary

The Gillian Anderson Truth is Out There

We know how devoted fans of Gillian Anderson and The X Files are. So if any of you noticed something strange about photos of the actress at last month’s London Evening Standard Theater Awards, where she won Best Actress for her turnShow More Summary

Jennifer Aniston Serves ‘Cake’ to Gayle King, Arianna Huffington and Marlo Thomas

It was one for the books today at Michael’s. While the SRO crowd of mavens, moguls and machers was celebrating at full tilt, the joint got an extra jolt of adrenaline when word spread that Jennifer Aniston would be hosting an intimate lunch for 2o as she continues her unofficial Oscar campaign for her role in her latest film, Cake. Show More Summary

Arianna Swaps Christmas Sweaters for PJs

Take a look at the following photo, taken this holiday season at The Huffington Post’s NYC offices. Notice anything different? That’s right; no one is wearing a Christmas sweater, breaking what had been a longstanding HuffPo tradition. Explains...Show More Summary

9/11 Threats From Sony Hackers Cause the Film Company to Drop The Interview

In light of the recent threats of violence from those responsible for the ongoing cyber attacks against Sony Pictures (aka the “Guardians of Peace”), the company has decided to pull the plug on Seth Rogen and James Franco‘s latest movie,...Show More Summary

New Yet Old | Thankfully Safe | Snap Away

Stock Logos: Southern Miss’ new eagle logo looks exactly like its old eagle logo. But uh, good job everyone! TVNewser: Truly scary stuff — NBC News producer Mushtaq Yusufzai says his two boys were inside the Peshawar school that was attacked by the Taliban. Show More Summary

Stephen Collins Completes the TMZ News Cycle

It is by now a devastatingly familiar entertainment news cycle progression. It starts with TMZ releasing some bombshell audio or video and ends with very serious comment or consequence. Earlier this year, Donald Sterling lost an NBA team because of TMZ’s reporting. Show More Summary

21st Century Fox Buys Digital Ad Company

21st Century Fox has purchased TrueX Media for $200 million. TrueX — founded in 2007 as SocialVibe — is a digital advertising company which licenses its products to advertisers and media companies. Some of TrueX’s clients include Microsoft,...Show More Summary

George Clooney Lookalike Still Searching for His Amal

This year’s “Most Fascinating Person” is also David Siegel‘s “Most Perplexing Professional Problem.” The Englewood, New Jersey-based Siegel has been making a solid sideline living as a George Clooney impersonator. But since Hollywood’s...Show More Summary

Matrix Awards Winners Announced

New York Women in Communications has announced the 2015 Matrix Awards winners. The Matrix Awards honor women who excel in the communications industry. The winners will be celebrated Monday, April 25, during a ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria. Show More Summary

Glimpses of New York City Subway Riders, Circa 1966

There’s no better place to exhibit a group of vintage photos of NYC subway riders than a New York City subway stop. Per Fast Company staff writer Carey Dunne, the number of photos on display at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center stop is relatively small (eight). Show More Summary

China Jails the Most Journalists

Memo to all reporters — might want to bypass that assignment in China. According to a new report from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), China imprisoned 44 journalists this year, giving it the unfortunate honor of being the...Show More Summary

Hearst Increases TrendingNY Publishing Frequency

Hearst Magazines is increasing the publishing frequency of TrendingNY, its free weekly fashion magazine aimed at young women. TrendingNY made its debut in September and four issues were printed. Starting with the new year, Hearst will...Show More Summary

Newsweek Adds Seven

Newsweek has added seven staffers to its editorial team. Details, via a memo obtained by Poynter, are below. Matt Cooper has been named politics editor. Cooper previously covered the White House for Time, The New Republic and US News. Ross Schneiderman joins as senior editor. Show More Summary

People and Time Reduce Rate Bases

People and Time are trimming their rate bases. According to Ad Age, People will reduce its circulation guarentee by 50,000 copies per issue and Time will cut its guarantee by 250,000 copies per issue. Beginning in January, People’s new...Show More Summary

Newsday Makes Two Executive Hires

Newsday Media Group has made two executive appointments. Details are below. Paul Likins has been named vice president of digital operations. Likins most recently served as Wenner Media’s head of revenue operations and programmatic solutions. Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: Hackers Threaten Violence Over Interview | NYT Layoffs Begin

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Sony Hackers Threaten Violence Over The Interview (Re/code) A new message from the hackers who have infiltrated Sony Pictures Entertainment appeared to threaten violence at or near movie theaters where the studio plans to show The Interview. Show More Summary

Earlier UVA Sexual Assault Victim Recounts Her Story

The sexual assault of Liz Seccuro, which occurred in the fall of 1984 at the same University of Virginia fraternity fingered by Jackie, was mentioned in the disputed Rolling Stone article. Today, via The Daily Beast, it is Seccuro herself...Show More Summary

Southern Living Makes Two Editorial Changes

Southern Living has named Katy McColl senior executive editor and promoted Whitney Wright to general manager, a new role at the magazine. McColl was formerly the executive editor of Country Living and O at Home. She is also the author of four books. Show More Summary

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