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People en Español Names Online Exec Editor

People en Español has tapped Charo Henriquez as executive editor of Henriquez comes to the magazine from GFR Media, a media company in Puerto Rico. Henriquez previously worked for El Nuevo Día, the most widely-read newspaper...Show More Summary

Defense One Names Bradley Peniston as Deputy Editor

Bradley Peniston has been named deputy editor of Defense One, announced executive editor Kevin Baron. Prior to joining Defense One, Peniston had been with Defense News for over a decade, and will now manage their editorial staff andShow More Summary

Hey, Olds: Tinder's New Premium App Will Cost You Double If You're Over 30

Tinder Plus offers new features that the company says older users will pay more for, assuming they can get over the ego punch. Last week, BuzzFeed executive editor Doree Shafrir wrote a strong argument for using Tinder to find a relationship if you're over 30, despite the app's image as a hook-up facilitator for twenty-somethings. Show More Summary

Upcoming Steve Jobs Book Promises 'Sensational' New Stories, Launches March 24

There's a new Steve Jobs book set to be published later this month, penned by Brent Schlender, a reporter who interviewed Jobs several times throughout his life and became close to him, and Rick Tetzeli, Executive Editor at Fast Company. Show More Summary

The New Republic: A public trust or a business?

O n Thursday, December 4, Frank Foer resigned as editor of The New Republic, having learned from a gossip site that the magazine's owner, former Facebook executive Chris Hughes, had already hired someone to replace him. Leon Wieseltier, who was widely known to be on the chopping block, and whose renowned back-of-the-book Hughes had already threatened, followed suit. The next...

NY Times Shutters Home Section

Slowly but surely, The New York Times is shrinking. In a memo to staff, Times executive editor Dean Baquet announced that the Times’ Home section was shuttering because its contents “would fit best in other parts of the Times, including...Show More Summary

Jill Abramson Gets $1 Million From Broke Industry to Write About Another Broke Industry

Jill Abramson, the former, abruptly dumped executive editor of the New York Times, just scored a rumored $1 million book deal from Simon & Schuster. Abramson sent a statement to the New York Post on the book, which will be about the future of the media — and reportedly will not contain... More »

Rupert Murdoch to Rehire Favorite Disgraced News Corp Exec

Former News Corp executive and News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, who, last year, was found not guilty of hacking a murdered 13-year-old's cell phone, is about to be rehired by her old employer (and possibly lover ) Rupert Murdoch, The Guardian reports. Read more...

Why the Definition of 'Good Writing' Needs a Transformation

Carey Salerno, Executive Editor of Alice James Books and a Literary Arts Curator supporting the launch of Pen and Brush's new programming, shares what she has learned throughout her career in publishing and her experience as a poet and a writer. Show More Summary

Ex-New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson signs book deal

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

When Jill Abramson made headlines last May, she had just been fired and replaced as executive editor of The New York Times after less than three years at the paper’s helm. Nine months later, Simon & Schuster says it will be publishing Abramson’s next book, which explores the future of news and...

New York Times Shutters its Home Section — Design News

The New York Times is cutting its Home section. Executive editor Dean Baquet announced in a company-wide email this afternoon that next Thursday's edition will be the last one. Shelter-focused pieces will fold into the Sunday Magazine and Style sections. READ MORE »

Times Wire: The New York Times is Killing Its Home Section

Photo courtesy of Getty Images The New York Times is shuttering its Home section, executive editor Dean Baquet announced in a company-wide email this afternoon. Next Thursday's edition will be the very last. Rumors have been swirling for a while...

Jill Abramson Inks Book Deal

6 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson has inked a book deal with Simon & Schuster. According to The New York Post, the publisher won the book deal in a bidding war and paid around $1 million for the title. “I’ve been a...Show More Summary

Former New York Times Executive Editor Abramson Receives $1 Million Book Deal

Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, who was fired from that job last May, is laughing all the way to the bank. The New York Post reported that Simon & Schuster will pay her what is believed to be about $1 million for her new book on the future of the media. While this seems […]

Gigaom executive editor Tom Krazit to step down

Medium Tom Krazit, executive editor at Gigaom, is leaving the news organization on Friday, he writes on Medium: It’s been an honor and privilege to lead this group, one of the best groups of tech writers I’ve ever been associated with. Show More Summary

Exec. Editor of conservative bible 'National Review' signs statement to 'make marriage achievable for all who seek it'

last weekLGBT / Gay : Good As You

Reihan Salam, executive editor of the conservative movement's stalwart publication, National Review, has joined over one hundred other scholars and leaders (including quite a few conservatives) in signing on to a new statement that marriage equality opponent-cum-proponent David Blankenhorn has...

Will the new Page One meetings finally make the Times digital first?

Last Thursday, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet announced a radical change: The Gray Lady's twice-daily Page One meetings would no longer be focusing on the print paper. Instead, these hallowed meetings will focus on which three to four enterprise stories will get prime real estate on digital platforms. Show More Summary

Nissan's 'Father Of The Z,' And Rogue Exec Katayama Yutaka Dies At 105

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Katayama Yutaka (editor's note: family name first), former executive of Nissan USA and responsible for building the Datsun/Nissan Z (known as the Fairlady in Japan) into a well known brand in the 70s, has died at the age of 105. Read more...

AoSHQ Podcast: @andylevy and @sonnybunch

Not just one but two great guests this week. TV's Andy Levy, co-host of Red Eye, and Sonny Bunch, Executive Editor of the Washington Free Beacon, join Ace, Gabe, Drew and John with an Academy Awards preview and discussion of...

Dean Baquet: NYT will retire ‘system of pitching stories for the print Page 1?

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

This memo has been sent to staffers from New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet: All: I’m excited to announce a small but significant step in our digital transformation. Next week, we’re going to revamp the structure of our daily...Show More Summary

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