Each week, executive editor Adam Bryant satisfies your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to email@example.com. Scandal scoop, please! I can't believe Olivia is gone again! — Beth You and me both! Even though Liv obviously...Show More Summary
David Beard’s first task as executive editor of PRI.org will be to unite the public media organization’s “journalistic city states,” he said in an interview. That won’t be a small task. PRI is a Minnesota-based public radio distributor perhaps best known for “The World,” a show put together in Boston. Show More Summary
The New York Times has named Kinsey Wilson editor for innovation and strategy, a new role at the paper. Wilson comes to the Times from NPR, where he served as executive VP and chief content officer since 2008. At the Times, Wilson will...Show More Summary
The New York Times Company Former NPR executive Kinsey Wilson will become editor for innovation and strategy at The New York Times, the company announced Tuesday. Wilson, who is a trustee for Poynter, left NPR in October. At the Times...Show More Summary
Mr. Wilson, a former executive at NPR and executive editor at USA Today, will be responsible for innovation and strategy, the paper said.
We're very happy to be joined today by Kenzi Wilbur, managing editor of Food52, Cara Parks, executive editor of Modern Farmer, plus our own Jolie Kerr, Will Gordon, and, uh, me. We're all hanging out down below in the discussion, awaiting your Thanksgiving food and drink questions. Let's have 'em. Read more...
Editors Note: Center-Right commentator Reiham Salam argues for a simple way to end our illegal immigration problem. We reprint here. Whether you agree or disagree with President Obama’s use of his executive authority to temporarily shield...Show More Summary
Indianapolis Star executive editor Jeff Taylor decided to pull Gary Varvel’s cartoon after it was widely criticized on social media over the weekend. He writes: I was uncomfortable with the depiction when I saw it after it was posted. We initially decided to leave the cartoon posted to allow readers to comment and because material … Read More
Katrina Vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, on Sunday blasted the Republican Party’s “no-nothing nativism anti-immigrant” ideology after Dr. Ben Carson criticized President Barack Obama’s recent executive orders to reform the immigration system. On ABC’s This Week,...
Photo by Flickr user Steve Rhodes. Editor’s Note: On Thursday’s broadcast, Paul Solman reported on the Uber controversy stirred by one of its executives when he suggested — thinking he was off the record — that the company should investigate reporters critical of the company. Show More Summary
(Editor's note: Following is a statement issued by the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition on President Obama's immigration executive order. For more information about the coalition and its members, visit its website. Chicago, Illinois - The Illinois Business Immigration Coalition (IBIC) released the following statement today. Show More Summary
A little more than a year ago, Popular Science announced they were shutting of news story comments, stating that comments were "bad for science." Earlier this month Reuters Digital Executive Editor Dan Colarusso also announced that the company would also be eliminating comments from news stories. Show More Summary
Categories: Learning / Research Tags: General News The Spend Matters Network features the two-headed monster of Spend Matters and MetalMiner, and the executive editors of both sites (Jason Busch and Lisa Reisman) came together (along...Show More Summary
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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