Editor Brian Carroll follows up his compilation of top-down shots with another reel of films in which the camera hovers above the action. Note to actors: If the script calls for this, there’s a good chance your soul is leaving your body. The track is Down by Run the Jewels f/Joi.
The fabulous Shelly Bond, former DC Vertigo editor and head honcho, just launched a kickstarter for an anthology called Femme Magnifique that she’s doing in conjunction with Kristy and Brian Miller at HiFi Color. (more…)
In an unprecedented joint interview with all three anchors of the three broadcast network evening news programs — CBS’s Scott Pelley, NBC’s Lester Holt and ABC’s David Muir — Variety senior TV editor Brian Steinberg asked about the differences between...
Media soul-searching continues as editors and reporters from outlets from CNN to The Weekly Standard to The New York Times gather at Harvard University Tuesday afternoon for an event centered on the question of the role of journalism in a “post-truth era.” (The event is cosponsored by the Harvard president’s office, the Nieman Foundation for...
The BBC's Brian Wheeler reports that Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell's classic tale of a fake news editor at a popular British tabloid, has sold out only days into the new administration of President Donald Trump. (It's the #1 book at Amazon, with only used copies in stock; the company promises new Prime-shipped paperbacks in a week. Show More Summary
"You said the media needs to do some soul searching and yet that afternoon you were calling us a white nationalist website which was not only unfair but also defamatory," the editor stated. "I think you need to take a step back."
Veteran comics editor Shelly Bond is putting together an anthology of comics about 30 women from various fields including politics, science and entertainment. Femme Magnifique is a collaboration with Kristy Miller and Brian Miller of Hi-Fi Colour Design. Show More Summary
Ben Smith, Buzzfeed’s editor-in-chief sat down with CNN’s Brian Stelter to discuss the publishing of the undocumented Trump dossier. Smith said he has “no regrets” about Buzzfeed’s decision. The show is called “Reliable Sources”. I just wanted to point that out, because Irony is delicious. Show More Summary
[Editor's note: This piece, based on my PandoMonthly interview with Brian Chesky, originally ran on Startups.co as part of an editorial collaboration with Pando aimed at sharing founders' struggles, challenges, and origin stories with millions of founders across America.] Brian Chesky’s dad wasn’t thrilled he had decided to go to art school. Show More Summary
[Editor’s Note: On January 12th, 2016, C. D. Wright passed away at the age of 67. Below, Brian Teare remembers Wright and pays tribute to her work and legacy.] In 2005, C. D. Wright published her first volume of lyric essays on poetry, Cooling Time: An American Poetry Vigil. It’s notable, the word vigil in […]
HOWIE CARR IS NOT IMPRESSED with the Boston Globe’s plan to go from “paper of record” to “organization of interest.” I’m not sure what that means, and neither is Howie: In a memo to his decimated staff this week, editor Brian McGrory says the Globe will no longer be the “paper of record” (as if […]
Google released virtual versions of festive NYC holiday displays. The "window wonderland" gives people a glimpse into the festive displays through virtual reality and 360 degree photos. CNET editor Brian Tong joins CBSN to discuss the online panoramas.
The 1936 Lancia Astura Pinin Farina cabriolet awaiting restoration in Oregon. Photos by Brian Renhard, unless otherwise noted. [Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series from Don Homuth that looks at what it takes to produce a Pebble Beach Best of Show winner. Look for part two to publish on Wednesday, followed […]
From Reason's December issue, Senior Editor Brian Doherty reviews a new book on how hippie communes changed America: In 1971, a young man named Bernie Sanders visited Myrtle Hill Farm, a rural Vermont commune for disaffected white middle-class kids. Show More Summary
Apple has a new coffee table book on sale for $199 for the smaller size, and $299 for the bigger size. The book presents pictures of Apple products that have come out in the last 20 years. CNET editor Brian Tong joins CBSN to talk more about the book.
Nike is set to release their highly-anticipated self-lacing shoes in early December. But there will be less than 100 pairs available for purchase. CNET editor Brian Tong joins CBSN to discuss the shoes of the future.
Matt writes: Music legend Leonard Cohen passed away on November 7th, and became the latest in a long string of celebrity deaths this year that have inspired an outpouring of grief among fans. RogerEbert.com editor Brian Tallerico penned...Show More Summary
Well, it looks like a sizeable chunk of England (well, the political chatterati bit) has, as we like to say in Belfast, went nuts. It’s a shame Brian’s sage advice was not heeded by the editors of the Mail and, my own old manor, the Daily Telegraph. So here’s hree brief thoughts. Firstly, on the 50%+1 more...
Recode’s Peter Kafka reported today that the New York Times has agreed to pay $US30 million ($39.4 million) for The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, both of which were founded by Brian Lam, the former editor of Gizmodo. The paper laterShow More Summary
The New York Times just announced that it has acquired The Wirecutter and its sister publication The Sweethome. The sites were founded by former Gizmodo editor Brian Lam, who The Times says will stay involved in an advisory role. Ben...Show More Summary