"We make a lot of pilots, as any podcasting shop does," says Panoply chief content officer Andy Bowers, "and often, the public never gets to hear them." An experiment launched by Panoply yesterday lifts the veil a bit on the process, allowing its podcast listeners to play the part of studio execs determining the long-term...
Benny Johnson has been demoted from his role as chief content at the Independent Journal Review after an internal review concluded he violated several company standards, a person familiar with the matter told Business Insider on Friday. The...Show More Summary
Lipman, currently Chief Content Officer, has been named Editor-in-Chief of USA TODAY.
Independent Journal Review has suspended three staffers including chief content officer Benny Johnson after the publication last week of a conspiracy-laden post about President Barack Obama that was subsequently retracted. The post,Show More Summary
Independent Journal Review suspended three staff members, including chief content officer Benny Johnson, for suggesting that Obama may have interfered in a Hawaii judge's ruling on the Trump travel ban.
Politico reports: Independent Journal Review has suspended three staffers including Chief Content Officer Benny Johnson after the publication last week of a conspiracy-laden post about President Barack Obama that was subsequently retracted. Show More Summary
Lipman oversees the USA TODAY NETWORK and has supervised Pulitzer winning news coverage.
This week, two separate reports brought two potential Netflix features to our attention. First, the company’s chief product officer said during briefing with journalists that mobile-specific cuts of streaming content could be on the horizon. Show More Summary
Gannett Chief Content Officer Joanne Lipman has been named the editor in chief of USA Today, the company announced Monday, making her the first woman to permanently hold that title at the McLean, Virginia-based news organization. Lipman’s official ascension to the role, effective immediately, comes nine months after Dave Callaway left for The Street. Patty Michalski, […]
When former USA Today editor in chief David Callaway left the publication in June 2016 to serve as CEO of TheStreet, it was USA Today chief content officer Joanne Lipman who announced the news to staff while noting that Patty Michalski, then managing editor for digital, would serve as interim editor in chief as the...
Senior vp and head of content Craig Erwich is going to segue just to focus on original programming. read more
Hulu, which has been growing its content portfolio, is adding a Chief Content Officer position. The streaming service has been conducting a search and meeting with potential candidates for the past couple of months. Multiple former top-level...Show More Summary
Time Inc. has promoted Fortune deputy editor Clifton Leaf to editor in chief of the magazine, replacing Alan Murray, who is upped to president of Fortune as he keeps the chief content officer role he has held since last summer. Meanwhile, Adam Lashinsky, who had been assistant managing editor, is upped to executive editor. Leaf...
Kesha’s talk Refinery29’s chief content officer bounced from the intellectual to the emotional to the profane, with topics including eating disorders, bullying, musical genres, cannibalism and nudism.
by Ciara Dolan "The forecast is calling for more crappy episodes." Remember when Willow raises her BFF Buffy from the dead and Buffy is really pissed because her friends didn't let her RIP? Well, today Netflix's Chief Content Officer...Show More Summary
Prominent digital media executive Barry Blumberg announced in a memo to staffers today that he is departing Defy Media, where he most recently served as chief content officer and helped develop Smosh into one of the nation’s foremost digital brands. Show More Summary
Could there be more life left in Netflix's Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life? Judging from the open-ended finale of the Netflix revival and comments made over the weekend by Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, the answer to that may be "yes." Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Who said those were the final four words anyway? Everyone, prepare for more Gilmore. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos reportedly told the U.K. Press Association that Netflix loved the success of the “Gilmore Girls” revivalShow More Summary
A few months after the successful revival Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, Netflix is now considering bringing the show back from the dead -- again. Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told the UK's Press Association thatShow More Summary
Get ready for another last four words, because more Gilmore Girls episodes could be on their way to Netflix. Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told UK’s Press Association that he’s been in “preliminary” talks with the show’s creators. “The worst thing is to wait a couple of years for ... More »