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Holiday shopping on Black Friday? Check out our Gift Guide

Editor’s note: This comes to us from Hemmings account executive Bradford Kosich. Black Friday, the largest retail shopping day of the year; it’s almost become a holiday in itself. Family members excuse themselves early from the Thanksgiving dinner table, so they can get up at the crack of dawn to wait in line at their […]

Elmo Williams Dies: Oscar-Winning ‘High Noon’ Editor Was 102

Elmo Williams, the Academy Award-winning editor of the classic western High Noon who also worked as a producer, director, and studio executive died today in his Brookings, oregon home, it was reported by Curry Coastal Pilot. He was 102. Born...Show More Summary

The Fracking Crisis: A Manufacturer’s Perspective

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is by Mark Lichty, a business owner and film producer.] I am asking business owners and executives  in Pennsylvania to join me in petitioning Gov. Wolf to put a moratorium on fracking. Until I became involved...Show More Summary

Michael Kranish leaves Boston Globe for Washington Post

Longtime Boston Globe reporter Michael Kranish is leaving for The Washington Post, where he will be reunited with former Globe editor Marty Baron, now the Post’s executive editor. Kranish is currently deputy chief of the Globe’s Washington bureau. Here’s the Post’s announcement: We’re thrilled to announce that Michael Kranish will join The Washington Post as […]

Rolls-Royce ‘confidence not good’

Rolls-Royce boss accepts investor ‘confidence not good’ By Kamal Ahmed Business editor 24 November 2015 From the section Business Rolls-Royce’s chief executive has said the company will be more transparent about the risks it faces and will cut up to £200m of costs a year. Warren East said the engineering group had developed an “accounting […]

Alex MacCallum named head of video at The New York Times

Alex MacCallum, who heads up audience development for The New York Times, will add the company’s video unit to her portfolio of responsibilities, according to a memo from Executive Editor Dean Baquet and New York Times CEO Mark Thompson. MacCallum,...Show More Summary

Tyra Banks Quits 'FABLife' Show After Two Months To Focus On New Company

Tyra Banks was too fierce for the "FABLife," as TMZ is reporting that Banks has left the talk show after only two months. Banks is an executive producer for the show, which also features model Chrissy Teigen, editor in chief of Yahoo...Show More Summary

Football Book Club: ‘The Case Against Satan’

It’s a brand new week and Football Book Club is reading Ray Russell’s The Case Against Satan. For those of you scoring at home, that’s an exorcism novel written by a former executive editor of Playboy. Plus posts about Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction and Carmen Giménez Smith’s Milk and Filth. editor-in-chief: Trump’s awful, but ‘we’re in the tank for no candidate’

Gawker Media executive editor John Cook announced Tuesday that is shifting its focus to politics. editor-in-chief Alex Pareene followed that up Wednesday morning with a memo stating “politics means the campaign, sure, but it also encompasses business, money, the Internet, culture, and most of the rest of the beats Gawker has always been … Read More

"The NY Times does not look like America"--Executive Editor Dean Baquet on Need for More Diversity

'Executive editor of The New York Times, Dean Baquet, makes a compelling argument for greater diversity in the newsroom.' -- +Charlie Rose

John Cook’s Memo to Gawker’s Staff

Mr. Cook, the executive editor of Gawker Media, describes the company’s plans to refashion into a politics website.

“In 140 characters, a life”: How Mashable is using Twitter to commemorate the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks

News of the terrorist attacks in Paris broke late Friday afternoon, and after a weekend of covering the attacks and their fallout, a group of Mashable editors gathered in executive editor Jim Roberts‘ office Monday morning to brainstorm the next steps for their coverage. “Once we started to get the initial identifications of the victims,...

OUR SOURCE WAS THE NEW YORK TIMES: Shot: ? “New York Times Executive Editor: It’s ‘Disingenu…

OUR SOURCE WAS THE NEW YORK TIMES: Shot: ? “New York Times Executive Editor: It’s ‘Disingenuous’ for [Ben] Carson to Argue Liberal Bias.” —Headline, NewsBusters, today. Chaser: ? “Is the New York Times a Liberal Newspaper? Of course it is.” —Headline and lede, the New York Times, July 25th, 2004.

News: Laura Relyea to succeed Catherine Fox as executive editor at ArtsATL

The ArtsATL board is pleased to announce the selection of Laura Relyea to succeed Catherine Fox as executive editor on January 1, 2016. One of

John Dickerson keeps Democratic debate on track despite last-minute shuffle

CBS News political director John Dickerson had just finished his first rehearsal Friday for the Democratic primary debate when the words "this just in" came through his earpiece. Steve Capus, executive editor for CBS News, told Dickerson, the moderator for Saturday's event at Drake University in...

CBS Will Shift Focus of Tonight's Democratic Debate to Paris Attacks

In the wake of the Paris attacks, CBS News said that it has reworked the focus of tonight’s Democratic debate. Steve Capus, the executive editor of CBS News, told the New York Times, that his team immediately changed the questions for the Democratic candidates which will now focus on the attacks, terrorism and international security. Read more...

CBS Rethinking Democratic Debate Following Paris Attacks

Saturday night’s Democratic debate may now focus on terrorism, foreign affairs and national security. Steve Capus, the executive editor of CBS News and the executive producer of “CBS Evening News,” said in an interview late Friday that he was in the middle of a rehearsal for the debate when news broke about the slaughter in [...]

Why We Made "Good Girls Revolt": For Past and Future Generations of Women

The day I went for my interview at the New York Times, I was 24, and not nervous enough given that I was in Abe Rosenthal's office, the august and legendary Executive Editor. He was squat and messy, but gave off the indelible aura of enormous power. Show More Summary

NYT Editor: I Would’ve Given Ed Snowden a “Back Massage” for Exclusive

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet couldn’t care less if Edward Snowden is a traitor or not, he just regrets missing out on getting an exclusive. He told PBS host Charlie Rose, on his November 9 show, that he would’ve gone as far as giving Snowden a “back massage” to land the story for the Times.

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