Everyone's in a tizzy over Uber executive Emil Michael's Gaffe last week. At a private dinner, Michael told BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith that he'd like to hire a team of investigators to dig into Pando Daily editor Sarah Lacy after sheShow More Summary
Reason managing editor Katherine Mangu-Ward appeared on Fox Business' After the Bell to discuss the topics of the day, ranging from Obama's pending immigration executive order to he gathering storm in Ferguson, MO in anticipation of the grand jury decision, to the cost of Obamacare for Americans. Approximately 11 minutes. Original air date: November 20, 2014.
Glamour is the latest Condé Nast magazine to make cuts as it moves into new company headquarters at 1 WTC. According to WWD, Glamour has let go of four editors, including Lauren Brody, its executive editor for the past four years. Another Glamour veteran — deputy editor of photo visuals Julie Stone — was cut as well. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, an Uber executive came under fire for suggesting the company dig up dirt on journalists critical of the company — specifically PandoDaily founder and editor Sarah Lacy. Lacy appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Alley" on Wednesday to talk about it. Show More Summary
The True Value of Solar Steven Fine, Ankit Saraf, Kiran Kumaraswamy, Alex Anich, October 21, 2014 (ICF International) [Editor’s note: See also:] Executive Summary As solar becomes an increasingly significant factor in the generationShow More Summary
Each week, executive editor Adam Bryant satisfies your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to email@example.com. Do you have anything on The Mentalist's premiere episode you can share? — Shena, via Twitter After their big kiss at the end of last season, Lisbon and Jane are fully immersed in their honeymoon period when the season begins. Show More Summary
Led by former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller, it will focus solely on one of the most controversial and important domestic issues of our time. Ferguson, the drug war, death row: there is no shortage of controversial issues related to the American criminal justice system. Show More Summary
The nonprofit led by Bill Keller, a former executive editor of The New York Times, is focusing on the criminal justice system.
In his waning days as U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder reflected on his legacy in an interview with the Marshall Project, the criminal justice-themed journalism venture headed by former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller. Here...Show More Summary
The Marshall Project is a new site that is focused on reporting about the U.S. criminal-justice system and is being run by former NYT executive editor Bill Keller, and joins other…
Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol argued Republicans should block the president from implementing executive amnesty and not cut a compromise with the president on immigration in an interview on Tuesday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” Kristol...Show More Summary
Mega Buzz: Parenthood's End, More Frozen on Once and Loyalty on Walking Dead Each week, executive editor Adam Bryant satisfies your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Parenthood is almost over! What...Show More Summary
To the editor: Thank your for your thoughtful editorial on L.A. County government. Unfortunately, the suggested cures for the dysfunctions in the sheriff and assessor departments do not address the underlying problems. ("What does Tuesday's election mean for L.A. County?," Editorial, Nov. 5)
George Donnelly recently left the Boston Business Journal, where he had served as executive editor for the past 14 years. Donnelly told me via email that his departure had been in the works for the past year, and that he’s writing a book and teaching at Suffolk University. “Obviously, I’m very, very proud of the […]
Although Instagram quickly took down a photo posted by Peter Davis, group executive editor of The Daily Front Row, the New York tabloids today are all over it. The picture of a naked, drunk man riding the subway wearing only shoes and socks is on the front of the Post and inside the Daily News. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Although Instagram quickly took down a photo posted by Pete Davis, group executive editor of The Daily Front Row, the New York tabloids today are all over it. The picture of a naked, drunk man riding the subway wearing only shoes and...Show More Summary
Time Inc. needs People to rake in the cash, and so it is on the hunt for an executive editor to oversee the magazine. According to The New York Post, Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp has hired executive search firm Edon Zehnder to find the person,...Show More Summary
A new start-up venture spearheaded by former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson and award-winning journalist/Court TV founder Steven Brill focusing on long-form journalism says it will advance writers around $100,000 to produce substantial, longer-than-magazine length articles, according to Poynter.org. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Journal-isms You’ve likely read a lot already about the Journalism and Women Symposium session with former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson, but on Thursday morning, Richard Prince pointed out another notable moment — Abramson on Alessandra Stanley. “…when (Washington Post) columnist Mary C. Show More Summary
Journalist Stephanie Clifford has landed a deal for her debut novel, Everybody Rise. St. Martin’s Press will release the book in 2016. Executive editor Charles Spice negotiated the terms of the agreement with literary agent Elisabeth Weed. Show More Summary