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David Skok named managing editor for digital at The Boston Globe

Boston Globe digital advisor David Skok has been named managing editor for digital at the publication, Globe editor Brian McGrory told staffers in a memo Tuesday. Skok’s new title comes with the responsibility of being general manager...Show More Summary

Bikes Over Baghdad: Episode 3

Editor's note: Chicago-based pro BMX rider Brian Kachinsky is entertaining U.S. servicemen and women in the Middle East as part of the Bikes Over Baghdad program. For several weeks, he will provide video and other dispatches from the other side of the globe that you can find only at RedEye. Riders don't always like to refer BMX as a sport. Show More Summary

Troops handle tough jobs in extreme conditions

Editor's note: Chicago-based Pro BMX rider Brian Kachinsky is entertaining U.S. servicemen and women in the Middle East as part of the Bikes over Baghdad program. For several weeks, he will provide video and other dispatches from the other side of the globe you can find only at RedEye. Often these troops experience extremes. Show More Summary

How the Globe is leveraging social to cover #FITN

In his recent exhortation to accelerate the transition to digital, Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory singled out — among others — James Pindell, who’s covering the New Hampshire primary (or #FITN, as they say) as a digital-first reporter, “rapidly pushing webbier (sorry) stories that allow the site to look less like a digital reflection of that […]

How One CNN Anchor Is Making Ratings Inroads Against Fox News

While CNN overall continues to trail cable news rival Fox News Channel by a wide margin, Variety Senior TV Editor Brian Steinberg reports that one anchor, Brooke Baldwin, appears to be gaining traction in the ratings. Baldwin’s daytime show moved...

Baron joins McGrory in thinking digital thoughts

It’s interesting that during the same week Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory exhorted his journalists to keep pushing ahead on the digital side, Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron gave a speech on the same subject at the University of California Riverside. Baron, who was McGrory’s predecessor as Globe editor, talked quite a bit about […]

McGrory tells Globe staffers they need to think digital

If it sometimes seems like The Boston Globe is still a print-first, digital-later news organization, editor Brian McGrory agrees. Despite success in selling digital-only subscriptions and the hiring of several digital-first journalists,...Show More Summary

Bikes build bridges in Middle East

Editor's note: Chicago-based Pro BMX rider Brian Kachinsky is entertaining U.S. servicemen and women in the Middle East as part of the Bikes over Baghdad program. For several weeks, he will provide video and other dispatches from the...Show More Summary

Women in Business: Lisa Sugar, co-founder and Editor in Chief of Popsugar

Lisa Sugar was moved by an insatiable appetite for celebrities and a passion for pop culture to join with her husband Brian in 2006 to transform a hobby into the reality of POPSUGAR. Since then, as editor in chief, she has grown POPSUGAR...Show More Summary

Buffalo State College newspaper’s funding is frozen over ‘offensive’ April Fools’ issue

The SUNY Buffalo State Record was renamed The Wreckard for April Fools’ Day, and included a piece by “copy editor Brian Williams,” a story about Gov. Cuomo’s snacking ban, and a film review correction, which said “a March 30 review of ‘Get Hard’ called the movie ‘enjoyable at times.’ This is patently untrue.” Some on … Read More

Reduced coal sales to China in the next five years?: Don’t count on it

Editor’s note: This guest editorial, prepared by Brian Moynihan with Nixon Peabody, LLP, takes a decidedly different look at coal use forecasts.  While many energy experts are predicting declines in coal use, Moynihan argues that the sheer size of the … Continue reading ?

Well, He's Got Us There

From Brian Beutler of The New Republic, writing about Indiana and citing our editorial: National Review’s editors  called it  “another skirmish in the endless battle of the Big Gay Wedding Cake.” The image evoked, of a sole proprietor...Show More Summary

John Kerry Has Same 'Memory Problem' as Brian Williams, WaPo Claims

Just five weeks after Brian Williams was suspended from his post as managing editor and anchor of the weekday NBC Nightly News for six months without pay for “embellishing” events that took place while he was covering the Iraq War in...Show More Summary

Photo Gallery: Amelia Island Cars & Coffee at the Concours

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Brian Redman drives a BMW CSL onto the Saturday morning show field. Photos and text by Chris Brewer. Editor’s note: This photo gallery comes to us from frequent Hemmings Daily contributor Chris Brewer. Chris is a contributor to the Florida Times Union newspaper, and serves as senior editor of Automotive Addicts. On Saturday, March 14, […]

Rosen: NBC Would Be ‘Insane’ to Return Brian Williams to ‘Nightly News’

In a recent poll, Americans were divided over the fate of Brian Williams, with just over half in favor of Williams returning to his job as anchor and managing editor of “NBC Nightly News.” NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen thinks that would be a gigantic mistake. Show More Summary

As MSNBC’s Wagner Slips, CNN’s Tapper Sees Rise

Returning NBC honcho Andy Lack will have his hands full–most notably with the future of the network’s flagship newscast, “NBC Nightly News,” and its currently suspended anchor and managing editor, Brian Williams. But there are otherShow More Summary

6 Questions Writers Ask about Copyright and the Law

(Column by Chuck as well as WD co-editor Brian Klems. Please note that these guidelines below, while helpful, should not take the place of formal legal advice. We are editors, not attorneys.) Imagine you’re at a writers’ conference. You’re getting ready to pitch that great novel idea to a bunch of powerful agents. Show More Summary

Evening Report for March 5, 2015

Marvin Kalb doubts Brian Williams will return to NBC’s anchor chair. (bostonglobe.com) Samantha Bee quits “The Daily Show” to do a TBS series. (variety.com) GlobalPost hopes to hire an editor and a correspondent with Kickstarter donations. (kickstarter.com) Tom Brokaw‘s new pen pal is author Ann Patchett. (cnn.com) Eyebrows are raised … Read More

City manager: There’s only one human being working at the Poplar Bluff newspaper

The quote is from Poplar Bluff (Missouri) city manager Heath Kaplan, and reported (behind a paywall) in today’s Daily American Republic. Sports editor Brian Rosener tells Romenesko readers: The reporter at the meeting was not Dave Silverberg. It was Donna Farley and it’s not not the first time Mr. Kaplan has called her out in … Read More

Disenchanted California Republicans can become Democrats

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To the editor: I found it highly astonishing that, given the tone in which Brian O'Leary Bennett wrote his op-ed article on modernizing the state GOP, he has been a conservative Republican Party activist for nearly 40 years. ("California Republicans -- evolve or die," op-ed, Feb. 25)

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