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Jon Wertheim on Sports Illustrated’s Investigation of Mavericks’ Misconduct

yesterdayNews : USAToday: News

In an investigation of the Dallas Mavericks, Sports Illustrated uncovered “a corporate culture rife with misogyny and predatory sexual behavior.” Executive editor Jon Wertheim, who reported the exclusive story, discusses the details.        

'The Advocates' Podcast: Women in the White House

The Advocate's executive editor, Neal Broverman, sits down with Jessie and Tracy to talk about the Rob Porter scandel and women in the White House.

Arizona Republic Editor Nicole Carroll Named Editor in Chief of USA Today

Gannett looked internally for its new newsroom leader at USA Today, naming Nicole Carroll the new editor in chief. Carroll joins the publication from The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com where she has been vp of news and executive editor since 2015. Carroll, the 2017 Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award-winner, takes over for...

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FOX News Pulls Homophobic, Racist Column from VP John Moody Following Outrage

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

FOX News has removed an editorial column written by VP and executive editor John Moody complaining about the more diverse make-up of this year’s U.S. Olympic team. Reacting to a recent article in the Washington Post which argued that despite the dive… Read The post FOX News Pulls Homophobic, Racist Column from VP John Moody Following Outrage appeared first on Towleroad.

Newsweek In Crisis: Editors Go Nuclear On Exec Over Criminal Probe During Leaked Meeting

Leaked audio of a private meeting between a Newsweek executive and the magazine's editors on Wednesday reveal that the beleaguered news organization is tearing apart at the seams following allegations of financial crimes; including tax...Show More Summary

Fox News Retracts a Top Executive’s Racist and Homophobic Olympics Team Column

Fox News Retracts a Top Executive’s Racist and Homophobic Olympics Team Column The homophobic and racist Olympics team column was written by Fox News executive vice president and executive editor John Moody Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Newsweek Editors Blast Exec to His Face: ‘What You're Doing Is Bullst. You Don't Understand Journalism.’

Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/ The Daily Beast During a private meeting with editors this week, a top Newsweek executive blamed his own journalists for the magazine’s recent turmoil and refused to answer whether the company committed financial crimes. Show More Summary

Fox News executive suggests ‘darker, gayer’ Olympians will be bad at sports

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Fox News occasionally tries to play down its racism and homophobia. This week, Fox News executive editor and executive vice president John Moody took the gloves off. Even as the U.S. Olympic team …... The post Fox News executive suggests ‘darker, gayer’ Olympians will be bad at...

Fox Deletes “Unvetted” Column By VP Which Claimed US Olympic Motto Should Be “Darker, Gayer, Different”

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Talking Points Memo reports: Fox News has removed a controversial column penned by executive editor John Moody about diversity in the Olympics because it did not go through the “proper vetting process,” a Fox News insider told TPM Friday. Show More Summary

Fox News pulls column that claimed USOC wants a “Darker, Gayer, Different” Olympics

Yesterday, Fox News published a column from executive vice president/excecutive editor John Moody that was met with immediate backlash. In it, Moody went on a rant against the state of the American Olympic team, claiming the USOC has some sort of quota system for minority and LGBTQ athletes. Show More Summary

Fox News Executive Rails Against U.S. Olympians in Racist, Homophobic Screed

Executive editor John Moody claims a focus on diversity could cost the country medals. Fox News’ John Moody, who serves as the network’s executive vice president and an executive editor, criticized the diversity of Team USA in an op-ed a day before the 2018 Winter Olympics were scheduled to open in PyeongChang, South Korea. Show More Summary

FOX News VP John Moody: Team USA Will Lose Medals Because It’s Too Gay and Too Black

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

FOX News Executive Editor and VP John Moody published a hideous editorial complaining about the more diverse make-up of this year’s U.S. Olympic team. Reacting to a recent article in the Washington Post which argued that despite the diversity t… Read The post FOX News VP John Moody: Team USA Will Lose Medals Because It’s Too Gay and Too Black appeared first on Towleroad.

Fox News Exec Wants Team USA To Stop Celebrating Being ‘Darker, Gayer, Different’

The network's executive editor laments U.S. Olympics' highlighting of its diverse group of athletes.

Former Feministing executive editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay tapped to head Teen Vogue

By Maya and Lori The Feministing family is thrilled to congratulate our former executive editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay on becoming the new executive editor of Teen Vogue!  For over a decade, Feministing has been at the forefront of online...Show More Summary

Game Over? Newsweek Fires Top Editors, Staffers Told To Go Home

Employees at Newsweek were informed today that editor-in-chief Bob Roe and executive editor Ken Li have been fired, along with journalist Celeste Katz - who had written articles covering an active investigation into parent company Newsweek...Show More Summary

Newsweek Guts Its Top Edit Staff Amid Legal Turmoil

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NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Newsweek on Monday fired all of its top staff amid turmoil that has upended the newsroom. In a company meeting, several editors announced that the outlet had fired Editor in Chief Bob Roe, Executive Editor Ken Li and reporters Celeste Katz, Josh Saul, and International Business Times editor Josh Keefe. Show More Summary

First Female Editor of Bild, Influential German Tabloid, Steps Down

Tanit Koch resigned after a power struggle with another of the publication’s executives, a male former war correspondent.

Len Downie to publish a new memoir recalling his nearly half-century at The Post

Former Washington Post executive editor Leonard Downie Jr. is writing a memoir about his nearly half-century at the newspaper. The tome will be published by PublicAffairs Books in 2020 and promises a peek at the backstory of how The Post covered the biggest stories of the day, from the 1968 Washington riots to President Bill Clinton’s […]

Here's what Apple's battery-slowing controversy means for iPhone sales

Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein sits down with senior correspondent Steve Kovach to discuss the Department of Justice and SEC investigation of Apple's software update that slowed down some iPhones. Join the conversation about this story »

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