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A memo from New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet and obtained by Capital New York says the Times is planning to add digital deputy editors to news desks throughout the organization. According to the memo, the new editors will … Read more
Minnesota Public Radio | MinnPost Journalists with 586 years combined experience are taking voluntary buyouts from The (Minneapolis) Star Tribune, Bob Collins reported Tuesday for Minnesota Public Radio. The buyouts were made possible by a union contract which gave … Read more
When hurricane season comes around, journalists at The Miami Herald start planning. Reporters are told to keep extra fuel at their homes in case gas stations close. If a storm is imminent, the paper develops alternate distribution routes depending on … Read more
Reporters and their CIA sources have something in common besides stories about clandestine operations and hush-hush policy initiatives: strict style guidelines. An article published on Quartz today deconstructs the “Directorate of Intelligence Style Manual and Writer’s Guide for Intelligence … Read more
WXYZ | Iowa City Press-Citizen WXYZ chief meteorologist Dave Rexroth lost his left eye in a fireworks accident Friday. He will receive a prosthetic eye and expects to return to his job in September, the Detroit station reports. Rexroth … Read more
The Washington Post Darlena Cunha wrote Tuesday about finding herself driving a Mercedes to pick up food stamps. Cunha wrote about a series of big changes in her life for The Washington Post. In 2007, Cunha took a new job … Read mor...
The Washington Post Graham Holdings Company will sell its art collection at reduced prices to Washington Post employees, Philip Kennicott reports. Graham Holdings is the new name of the company that sold the Post to Jeff Bezos last year. … Read more
Here’s our roundup of the top digital and social media stories you should know about (and from Andrew Beaujon, 10 media stories to start your day, and from Kristen Hare, a world roundup): — At TheMediaBriefing, Henry Taylor explores … Read more
Here’s today’s MediaWireWorld roundup of journalism news from outside the U.S. Send tips to Kristen Hare: email@example.com 1. Journalist’s story goes to Hollywood: Actress Rooney Mara will play Amanda Lindhout, a Canadian journalist who was held captive for more than … Read more
Good morning. Here are 10 media stories. Did Cuba plant a story in The Daily Caller? The CIA has “credible evidence” that Matthew Boyle‘s November 2012 Daily Caller story “Women: Sen. Bob Menendez paid us for sex … Read more
Journalists have been filing copy nonstop for years now. Done with that story? Go tweet it. Then return that email. Then text a source back. Then post an article on Facebook and answer reader comments — and do that before … Read mor...
NPR In its annual reading of the Declaration of Independence, NPR’s “Morning Edition” accidentally omitted two words. On Monday, hosts Renee Montagne and Steve Inskeep apologized to Thomas Jefferson, the original colonies and the whole country for leaving out … Read more
In an interview with Joe Coscarelli, Marshall Project editor-in-chief Bill Keller talked about the startup’s coming launch, and what he learned from watching the launches of FiveThirtyEight, Vox and First Look Media’s The Intercept: Well, one thing that stuck out … Read more
British newspaper The Sun called Marcus Stead “Britain’s biggest whinger” — “whinger” means “whiner” — saying he complained to a local government body every day. It corrected the article: Mr Stead says that, in fact, the number of … Read more
Here’s a quick look at the media news of the day so far. What are we missing? Let us know. — MediaWire Morning: SiriusXM fires Anthony Cumia | N.Y. paper uses racial slur to describe president | Brian Stelter … Read more
Here’s our roundup of the top digital and social media stories you should know about (and from Andrew Beaujon, 10 media stories to start your day, and from Kristen Hare, a world roundup): — At Poynter, Adam Hochberg explores … Read ...
Here’s today’s MediaWireWorld roundup of journalism news from outside the U.S. Send tips to Kristen Hare: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Deport them: Egypt’s president told local journalists that he wishes the foreign journalists recently given prison sentences had just been deported, … Read more
Good morning. Here are 10 media stories, plucked with no small effort from the post-holiday-weekend ether. HuffPost UK editor leaves for fashion-trend-forecasting firm: Carla Buzasi will join the firm WGSN. She “famously tracked down HuffPo founder Arianna Huffington to … Read more
As far as I can tell, these photos of lightning hitting New York Wednesday night are legit. HOLY. CRAP. NYC thunderstorms aren't kidding around. And yes, I actually took this!! I guess waiting patiently i… pic.twitter.com/L1CZPxYEKW — Beth Alison (@bethalison89) … Read more
CBC | The Toronto Star | Huff Post Canada A fence went up around the Globe and Mail building in Toronto on Wednesday before a strike vote, CBC reports. And now that fence has a Twitter account. You said … Read more