The Boston Globe is once again seeking buyouts, even as it ramps up to launch its life-sciences vertical, Stat, later this year. Editor Brian McGrory lays out the rationale in a memo to the staff, and warns that layoffs may follow if the unspecified goal isn’t reached. (Romenesko beat me, as I was on the […]
The Boston Globe and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette are offering more buyouts. “I think the following line is on the save/get key of every editor in America: This may be the last buyout we offer,” writes Globe editor Brian McGrory. “At some point, good or bad, that statement will be true.” The upbeat part of his memo: … Read More
#TWSstaffSession #12 featuring Keegan Callahan (Creative Director), Brian Blakely (Managing Editor), Joe Pease (Video Production Manager), Jaime Owens (Editor-In-Chief), Mike Fitz (Sales Manager), Paul Kobriger (Marketing Director ). Filmed & Edited The post #TWSstaffSessions #12 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
To the editor: Regarding the traffic stop of Sandra Bland by Texas state Trooper Brian T. Encinia for the offense of failing to signal before making a lane change: The officer cannot legally be held responsible for her death while in custody three days after her arrest, but he is certainly morally...
The following Table of Contents compiles the complete entries in our Who's Who In Reviews series, featuring the Movie Love Questionnaires and 2015 reviews of editors Matt Zoller Seitz and Brian Tallerico; our our regular critics Glenn Kenny, Godfrey Cheshire, Christy Lemire, Susan Wloszczyna, Sheila O'Malley, Simon Abrams and Peter Sobczynski. Show More Summary
CNN's Reliable Sources host, Brian Stelter interviewed The Nation's Editor, Katrina vanden Heuvel, about a recent campaign stop where John Nichols introduced Bernie Sanders. Stelter said, 'But what's your reaction to the idea that someone...Show More Summary
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Brian Gardner of No Sidebar. Today’s world has many luxuries that are supposed to make life easier. At times they may, but other times, they make things more complicated. Meanwhile, there are lots of people who dream of living a simpler life. They picture spending their days […]
A Romenesko reader tells me that Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory informed his editors earlier today that “special dispensation” is needed for stories over 1,000 words. I asked McGrory about this and he said that “it’s not an outright ban [on long stories], but a very strong dose of guidance.” Any memo to share? “No … Read More
Photo by Field & Stream Online Editors Brian O'Keefe wants to make sure I have both hat and head on straight before we launch the pontoon raft on a 15-mile stretch of a summer steelhead stream. "We'll be out here 10 hours. I'll row. Your job is to catch one steelhead. Show More Summary
The following table of contents offers the complete film review compilations from 2015 at RogerEbert.com, organized according to star rating and featuring reviews by editors Matt Zoller Seitz and Brian Tallerico, featured critics Glenn...Show More Summary
Memo from New York Times business editor Dean Murphy: From: “Murphy, Dean” Date: Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 5:27 PM Subject: New roles for David Gelles and Brian Chen To: “!NYHQ-bizstaff” We are pleased to announce that David Gelles and Brian Chen are taking on new roles for BizDay. David will write regularly for Sunday … Read More
As a former Art Producer, I have always been drawn to personal projects because they are the sole vision of the photographer and not an extension of an art director, photo editor, or graphic designer. This new column, “The Art of the Personal Project” will feature the personal projects of photographers using the Yodelist marketing […]
There’s a longstanding mantra at NPR, says Brian Boyer, the organization’s visuals editor. “If it doesn’t work on mobile, it doesn’t work.” Making stories mobile-friendly has been the ambition of many newsrooms for the better part of a decade. Show More Summary
To the editor: Brian K. Roberts missed two key issues in his defense of the traffic app Waze and using residential streets to commute. ("Will traffic NIMBYs ruin Waze?," op-ed, May 4)
USA Today has promoted Bill Sternberg to editorial page editor. Sternberg has served as deputy editorial page editor since 2004. Poynter reports that Sternberg is succeeding Brian Gallagher, who was named USA Today’s editorial page editor in 2004. Gallagher is retiring. Sternberg’s appointment is effective June 1.
Bill Sternberg, deputy editorial page editor at USA Today, will succeed Brian Gallagher as editorial page editor beginning June 1, Editor-in-Chief David Callaway announced today. Gallagher, who has been editorial page editor since 2004,...Show More Summary
Susanne Althoff, who has edited Boston Globe Magazine since 2009, is leaving to teach in Emerson College’s Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department. The Globe editor’s memo: From: McGrory, Brian Date: Wed, May 6, 2015 at 2:58 PM Subject: Susanne Althoff To: [Boston Globe editorial staff] It was probably two weeks ago when I was standing … Read More
On Tuesday afternoon, NewsBusters executive editor Tim Graham appeared on Newsmax TV to discuss leaked revelations from an internal investigation at NBC News regarding Nightly News anchor Brian Williams various tall tales told on ai...
Broadcast veteran Larry King gave strong predictions to HuffPost Live on Tuesday about the potential career outcomes of ousted "NBC Nightly News" anchor and managing editor Brian Williams. While King emphasized to host Jordan Schultz...Show More Summary
Melissa & Brian's Mid Century Bohemian with a Twist Home Just like you, we Apartment Therapy editors are always bringing new stuff into our homes. Sometimes it works out, sometimes it turns out to be a waste of money and once in a while, we hit the jackpot. So what have we bought that just knocked it outta the park? We'll tell you. READ MORE »