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TheWrap’s Joseph Kapsch Inks Multi-Year Extension

The exact number of years is not being disclosed. But for Sharon Waxman‘s operation, this is welcome news as executive editor Kapsch has been instrumental in the site’s growth. “Both professionally and personally, I’m humbled and amped to kick off this next chapter at TheWrap alongside our stellar team,\" Kapsch tells FishbowlNY. Show More Summary

I'm Mike Senese, Executive Editor of Make, and This Is How I Work

For ten years Make: Magazine has been sharing stories of people making incredible projects, from flying robots to whittled spoons to bee keeping, and has been a central pillar of the maker movement. Helping to ferry that enthusiasm along is Mike Senese. Read more...

McCrory Not Budging on I-77 Toll Project

Carolina Journal executive Editor Don Carrington has a 2,000+ word story out on the I-77 toll project. It begins: RALEIGH — Despite widespread vocal opposition from area business leaders and residents, Gov. Pat McCrory and North Carolina Department of Transportation officials maintain it is too late for the state to scrap the controversial 26-mile Interstate […]

Career Beat: Kaelyn Forde named executive editor for news at Refinery29

23 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Carol Eisenberg will be a deputy editor at Politico Pro. She is a senior editor at Kaiser Health News. (Playbook) Ali Salama is now publisher at Bloomberg Pursuits. Show More Summary

Catholic Health’s CIO Talks Leveraging Health IT for Value-based Care

Editor’s Note: Deloitte Insights for CIOs provides relevant research, fact-based analysis and pragmatic perspectives on the technology issues that matter most to CIOs and other executives with an interest in technology. Michael O’Rourke,...Show More Summary

Document the Extraordinary Lifestyles of Retirees for AARP The Magazine

AARP The Magazine doesn’t view retirement as a consolation prize for getting older. Instead, this publication geared toward the 50-and-over set “celebrates all the possibilities of life after 50,” according to executive editor Margaret...Show More Summary

Refinery29 Names Executive Editor of News

Refinery29 is showing it is committed to hard news and politics by adding Kaelyn Forde as executive editor of news. Forde comes to the site from Al Jazeera America, where she served as a reporter and producer. Forde previously worked...Show More Summary

Today: Death Row and Dissent. A Caribbean Greece?

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. A Supreme Court ruling on executions has more implications than expected. Debt-laden Puerto Rico could unsettle the U.S. municipal bond market. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Sign up to get the day's big stories delivered...

“I need people who can make good decisions without tilting it toward the forms they learned on or the skills they identify themselves with.”

I often ask editors and executives at news companies what kind of people they’re looking to hire. These two answers I get a lot. The first: “Know any developers who want to work in news?” (No, sorry.) The second is a little more complicated. The conversation goes something like this: “You know what I need?” […]

Controversial New York Times TV Critic Alessandra Stanley Leaving the TV Beat After 12 Years. Will Now Cover the Richest of the Rich

Alessandra Stanley, the controversial TV critic at The New York Times, is leaving the TV beat after covering it for the past dozen years, the paper has announced. The Times’ executive editor, Dean Baquet, has written, in a memo, “After...

Alessandra Stanley, New York Times TV Critic, Will Cover 'The Richest Of The Rich'

NEW YORK -- New York Times chief television critic Alessandra Stanley is leaving the influential perch she's held the past 12 years to begin covering America's uber-rich. Times executive editor Dean Baquet described Stanley's new beat...Show More Summary

The newsroom pizza chain continues, this time from Baltimore to Charleston

We can call this a tradition now, right? On Wednesday, the newsroom of The (Charleston, South Carolina) Post and Courier was treated to a pizza lunch from the newsroom of The Baltimore Sun. The Post and Courier’s executive editor tweeted his thanks. Big thank you to @baltimoresun and @trifalatzas for the gesture today. Show More Summary

Why CSPs Will Retain a Strong Position in Video Services

By: Paula Bernier, TMC Executive Editor Facilities-based service providers that own the access network are ideally positioned to distribute video both today and in the future, according to Chris Croupe, who works in strategic marketing at Alcatel-Lucent. Show More Summary

Quartz on new home for data viz: ‘Charts are our cat photos.’

Quartz On Tuesday, Quartz introduced a new home for charts and data journalism — Atlas. Zachary Seward, Quartz’s executive editor, wrote about the new site and how Quartz hopes it will grow. Atlas gives each of our charts its own home,...Show More Summary

Inman fortifies its editorial and executive team

Amber Taufen has been promoted to editor of Inman, and Morgan Brown has been named the company's chief operating officer...

'Smart' guns, dumb shooters

To the editor: First, a photo with the article shows the chief executive of "smart" gun maker Armatix USA Inc. holding a firearm with her finger on the trigger. This violates a foremost gun safety rule: Keep your finger away from the trigger until you are ready to fire.

Bloomberg launches campaign finance reporting team

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Bloomberg is creating a team within its Washington, D.C. bureau dedicated to reporting on campaign finance and lobbying practices, Poynter has learned. The creation of the team was announced Monday by Senior Executive Editors Marty Schenker and Josh Tyrangiel during a meeting at the Bloomberg bureau in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Stanley Pranin Video Blog… “Iriminage — O-Sensei Style”

Aikido Journal Editor Stanley Pranin describes the origin and execution of Aikido’s iriminage technique as conceived by Founder Morihei Ueshiba. He explains how this essential technique has its origins in prewar Japan and was further refined in Iwama after World War II. Iriminage today is practiced in many different ways, but O-Sensei’s method, though well… Read More

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