Today's comic by Matt Bors is The future of climate debate: NYTimes executive editor says paper wasn't aggressive enough after 9/11: Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, believes his newspaper – in company with the...Show More Summary
Dean Baquet admits that US mainstream media did not ask ‘hard questions’ before ‘war on terror’ Dean Baquet, executive editor of the New York Times, believes his newspaper – in company with the US mainstream media – failed their audiences after 9/11. He told the German news magazine,...
Some thoughtful and thought-provoking ruminations today from San Francisco Chronicle executive food and wine editor Michael Bauer. On the heels of LA Times Pulitzer winner Jonathan Gold’s front-page weekend coming out, he explains that...Show More Summary
Gawker Media executive editor Tommy Craggs tells his staff: “I will leave it to you and your scruples to determine if publishing a Super Bowl commercial on your website is worth the coarsening of your soul and of the culture at large (sometimes it is?!). But, really, please refrain.” From: Tommy Craggs Date: Tue, Jan … Read More
By: Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC There’s no question that the network functions virtualization (NFV) technology around which many telecommunications carriers and vendors are rallying takes a page from the virtualization that already has taken hold in IT data centers. Show More Summary
To the editor: Your editorial opposing the impending execution of Warren Lee Hill Jr. — an intellectually disabled Georgia inmate — depicts the only scenario under which I could support the death penalty, namely for a murder committed by someone already serving a life sentence,...
In a wide-ranging interview with Der Spiegel, The New York Times’ executive editor Dean Baquet admitted that the paper failed the American public after 9/11. Baquet was asked if he agreed with James Risen’s suggestion that the media as a whole failed to adequately report on the events surrouding the attacks. “Yes, absolutely,” said Baquet. Show More Summary
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet wants the next Edward Snowden to come to The New York Times first.
This week, NBCUniversal is hiring a senior political desk editor, as well as an evening executive producer for NECN. Meanwhile, Scripps is looking for a manager of communications for the Travel Channel, and Smithsonian Enterprises is seeking a senior vice president of programming. Show More Summary
Spiegel Online New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet told Der Spiegel in an interview published Friday that he’s too busy to stay “constantly” active on Twitter: I know this is going to get me in trouble, but I’ll say it: The whole notion that I am supposed to constantly tweet is ridiculous. Show More Summary
Bon Appétit staffers moved into their new offices at One World Trade Center this week. Little did they know the occasion would be marked by controversy. Yesterday morning, the magazine’s executive editor, Christine Muhlke, tweeted that...Show More Summary
John A. Walsh, a fixture at ESPN since 1988, will retire February 1, sources there confirm. No reason was given for the move by the EVP and executive editor. A veteran sports journalist whose print career includes heralded stints at Newsday, Rolling Stone and Inside Sports, where he was founding editor. Show More Summary
A vigorous and well-informed group of about 100 people crowded the conference room of the New York Society for Ethical Culture last night to hear DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, councilmember Helen Rosenthal, Dana Lerner, and members of the NYPD discuss the topic, “Pedestrians vs. Show More Summary
Have you ever wondered what the life of a book looks like? Erika Imranyi, an executive editor at the Mira Books division of Harlequin, has decided to illustrate this with emoji symbols. From there, she shared the finished piece on Twitter. What do you think? (via the Epic Reads tumblr page)
January 2015 sees Jacky Klein starting as Executive Editor for Tate Publishing. Her role will be to strategically lead and commission Tate's book publishing programme, including exhibition catalogues and exhibition-related books, a growing list of standalone art books, and Tate's award-winning children's books. Show More Summary
Wired announced Wednesday the hiring of Verge deputy editor David Pierce as a senior writer, part of an anticipated shakeup of the magazine’s senior leadership. Pierce will be Wired’s primary personal technology writer, charged withShow More Summary
This story about Billy Crystal has been making the internet rounds this week. I thought I'd comment, mostly to post a link to this great article by Noah Michelson, executive editor of the HuffPost's Gay Voices section, who beautifully sums up the issue and articulates many of my own thoughts in reaction to Crystal's homophobia. Show More Summary
THERE THEY SAT at New York’s Midtown Comics today, their adjectives and analogies colliding.Tom Brevoort, Marvel’s senior vice president and executive editor, spoke of cosmologies and incursions and massively scaled doings during this press event. Show More Summary
Ariane de Vogue will be joining CNN Politics Digital, announced executive editor of CNN Politics Digital, Rachel Smolkin, and managing editor of CNN’s Washington, DC Bureau, Adam Levine, in a staff memo yesterday. We are thrilled toShow More Summary
Is Marvel Comics changing the Avengers lineup again? Last Monday, the company’s executive editor revealed that both of the two current Avengers monthly titles would be cancelled effective in April, and that there would be no new Avengers comics in May or June. Show More Summary