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Pulse Films is now a Vice product.
The Journal and the Times feature the FBI cracking into the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
Cover story about New York's "drag ballroom" star sits alongside features on Mexico street kids and a very committed circus performer.
Geoff Schiller comes aboard.
Some worry over licensing deals.
A staff writer for MEL and a grooming writer for Bathroom Minutes magazine.
He joined THR in the summer of 2013.
A two-hour conversation, taped at the comedian's home and posted Jan. 13.
The first time Sorkin wrote dialogue was a lonely Friday night in Manhattan.
Two associate publishers.
More changes for the publisher.
As usual, "strategic restructuring" is to blame.
New York contributing editor Jessica Pressler checks out Miami Beach's Faena Hotel.
She started Wednesday as director of audience development.
He replaces recently departed TV editor Daniel Holloway.
An 11-year run comes to an end.
Three senior appointments.
The papers feature the Belgian brothers behind the Brussels attacks.
Six different covers featuring, individually, Gwendolyn Christie, Natalie Dormer, Emilia Clarke, Lena Hedey, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
Only 55 more days until Columbia College's "Class Day"!